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Tackle your biggest HR challenges.

HR leaders in large, global enterprises are at the center of a perfect storm of demographic, regulatory, and technology shifts. Determining how your organization will adapt depends on finding the right partner to help you execute on ambitions both big and small.

Agility equals ability.

When it comes to today’s workplace: nothing stays the same. Whether it’s internal changes like M&As and market expansions, or external ones like compliance and regulatory mandates, HR needs to be ready to support new business objectives and handle change with ease.

Suggested Resources:

Report: The Three A's of Organizational Agility
Web Page: Your Journey to GDPR Compliance Starts Here
Webinar: The CHRO Blueprint to Navigate Disruption
Report: Building the Capacity to Change
Guide: Four Steps to Navigate the Rise of the Social Enterprise—a Guide for Global Organizations

Strategic collaboration.

HR leaders need to partner with finance, front-line managers, and executives to understand what is needed as business models and consumer needs shift. The right data and the right tools are a big part of what’s required to get them where they need to go.

Suggested Resources:

Webinar: Embedding Dynamic Workforce Planning into Your Quickly Changing Business
Blog: 3 Basic Questions to Ask Before You Start Your Workforce Plan
Webinar: Build a Strategic Workforce Plan for Today, Tomorrow & the Future
Webinar: Industry Experts on Workforce Technology
Videos: A Day in the Life of HR Executives and Practitioners

Insights for all.

People analytics has value that extends far past HR. But leaders must determine what questions to ask, what data to gather, and how to make it actionable. And they need the right tools in place in order to move from basic insights to a machine-learning, AI-driven future.

Suggested Resources:

Report: A Practical Guide to People Analytics
Webinar: Recalculating the Route with People Analytics
Video: 5 Steps to Better People Analytics
Web Page: Put people analytics to work to create an inspiring organization

Become a talent magnet.

Fierce competition for talent and new employee expectations are making it harder to attract and retain the best people. There’s a distinct advantage for organizations that are willing to rethink the old ways of seeing their talent landscape and developing their employees.

Suggested Resources:

Infographic: Discover How Workday Is Part of the Everyday Experience of Managers and Employees
Whitepaper: Integrated Learning Gets Real
SlideShare: Actionable Recruiting Trends: Own the Talent Lifecycle
Videos: Day in the Life of a Modern Recruiter
Webinar: What Business Leaders Need to Know About the 21st Century Career
Web Page: Employee Performance Management Needs a Promotion

Culture is good for business.

Companies with a culture of high trust, high diversity, and high engagement have been shown to outperform those lacking these traits. Given this data, HR leaders need to ensure culture initiatives are a priority in all corners of the organization.

Suggested Resources:

Blog: Blazing Trails in Corporate Culture with Patagonia
Webinar: Delivering the Zappos “Wow” Experience…to Customers and Employees
Article: D&I Hits Its Stride
Video: A Neuroscience Approach to Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace
Blog: Key to Making Your Company a "Great Place to Work"

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