Three HR Trends Likely To Impact Your Organization In The Coming Decade

from Forbes We’ve entered a new decade in 2020, marking a full 100 years since the time of the Roaring Twenties. Ironically, many of the same aspects that characterize the 1920s, namely a new affinity for the modern and a break with tradition, are in full swing today in human resources departments across the country. New technologies are dynamically shifting HR’s role, function and overall impact in shaping organizations. In fact, a recent report by KPMG found that 39% of “forward-looking and confident HR leaders are harnessing the resources and insights to redefine obsolete models and implement technologies.” Yet many […]

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The Future Is Faster Than You Think

from Reimagining The Future In a recent Interview, Peter Diamandis talks about the rapid pace of innovation and how it is about to get a lot quicker. Diamandis has always had a positive outlook on the path of innovation – and although I share his optimism, there is no disputing societies need to map that Path. His ability to explore possible futures is very instructive, as leaders everywhere must understand the potential to advance our human development. Mr. Diamandis believes we will see more change in the coming decade than we have in the last 100 years. He speaks of […]

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Jobs Will Be Very Different In 10 Years

from Reimagining The Future As many focus on the future of work, various different perspectives are presented. A common theme is emerging: Jobs will be there, but they will be very different within the next decade. This recent Article draws three conclusions: In 10 years time, 50% of jobs will be changed by automation – but only 5% eliminated. 9 out of 10 jobs will require digital skills. Young, low-skilled and vulnerable people – all need help with up-skilling. Several critical points are made by the World Economic Forum article: More here.

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