Setting out your digital vision for a multi-generational, diverse workforce, plus critical success factors for the organisation, its leaders and workers.
The latest views and opinions from our teams of Navigators.
The post-pandemic landscape, disruption and transformation explained, and then the business case for continuous change with three areas to focus on for success.
Information Security isn’t a technology, it’s not fundamentally about technology, it’s not even primarily technical.
A lack of visibility through the whole supply chain is being highlighted, the implication being that significant gaps still exist.
For years – decades, actually – it’s been easy to find data and opinion about the failure rate of transformation programmes.
The last few years have seen a significant shift in the perception of work that fundamentally changes the role of ‘HR’ going forward.
The 'fourth industrial revolution' may be tech-driven, but touches many areas of our lives. Defining and developing digital skills needs to reflect this.
For businesses to prosper long term, they are going to have to prioritise investment in people and in critical skills development.
We should all be aiming for something better than a return to normal. Challenge every aspect of how we have lived and worked to create a better future.
As organisations adopt new business models and the shape of the workforce changes, approaches to talent attraction and retention need to adapt accordingly.