ISSUE 8 - SEEING THE FUTURE
Some highlights from our latest issue:
Why every HR team needs to focus on digital skills
Organisations need digital talent to get its hands dirty – learning and keeping up with digital trends. From the most obvious areas such as IT professionals to social media executives or even recruitment professionals working with advanced algorithms, what is the extent of digital skills in today’s workplace, and do we need to reassess core skills, so that basic literacy and numeracy is matched by basic computing literacy?
Mind the age gap – The effect of ageing populations on the workforce
With many workers retiring later, what are the implications for young people trying to enter the workforce, particularly in rare, highly skilled roles? If talent pipelines are disrupted, what does that mean for skills in the future and the industries that rely on them?
Behind the numbers – What big data will tell you – and what it won’t
HR has yet to harness the capability of Big Data to reveal insights into employee behaviour and performance, but change is occurring.
Issue 7 - East Meets West
Asian businesses have gone global
Issue 6 - Chasing profits but at what cost?
What the world has learned about values
Issue 5 - Looking for tomorrow's workforce
The global skills dilemma that is holding back growth
Issue 4 - Focus on skills
Recognising the value of talent management
Issue 3 - Managing across borders
How businesses can develop global leaders
Issue 2 - Harnessing the power of diversity
The value added to business
Issue 1 - The pace of mobility
How to manage a global workforce