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Everything is becoming digital

A challenging and exciting year lies ahead.  The biggest change is the new way that organizations manage, lead and operate.  The world is moving from a hierarchical model to one of a “network of teams”.  High performing companies will have the ability to learn fast.

Bersin by Deloitte lists the following 11 key Predictions for 2017.  The central theme to them all is digital.


Prediction 1        Organization Design Will Be Challenged Everywhere

Prediction 2        Culture and Engagement Will Remain Top Priorities

Prediction 3        Real-Time Feedback and Analytics Will Explode in Maturity

Prediction 4        A New Generation of Performance Management Tools Will Emerge

Prediction 5        A Focus on “Human Performance” and Wellbeing Will Become a Critical Part of HR,                          Talent and Leadership

Prediction 6        Focus on Employee Experience Will Overcome Process Design in HR

Prediction 7        Digital HR and Learning Will Help Us to Reinvent L&D and HR Systems

Prediction 8        The Leadership Market Will Start a Steady Process of Reinvention

Prediction 9        Diversity, Inclusion and Unconscious Bias Will Become a Top Priority

Prediction 10      The L & D Function Will Continue to Struggle

Prediction 11      The Future of Work Is Here and HR Is in the Hot Seat


Talenttalks will be addressing these issues, relating them to our local African market, and assisting you with practical workplace tools and solutions.


Click through to Predictions for 2017, Everything is Digital, Research Report from Bersin by Deloitte


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