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2017 Human Capital Trends: Rewriting the rules for the digital age

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The accelerating rate of change in business, the economy, and society challenges both business and HR to adopt new rules for leading, organizing, motivating, managing, and engaging the 21st-century workforce.

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2017 Human Capital Trends: Rewriting the rules for the digital age

  1. 1. have no career model at all of companies now have an “open” or “flexible” career models, with only 19% maintaining structured career model 65% of companies are redesigning or recently redesigned their entire career management strategy Read the full Global Human Capital Trends 2017 report at www.dupress.com/human-capital-trends Rewriting the rules for the digital age 2017 Deloitte Global Human Capital Trends YET of companies expect their use of contingent, outsourced, and contract labor to increase 88% of companies believe they need to redesign their organization to succeed in the digital age Only 9% truly understand how their internal organization’s network works, and 11% feel fully capable of redesigning their organization for the future In the area of implementing AI and robotics... 51% believe it willsignificantly increase 16% 36% about of companies tell us HRis involved as an advisorin some way Only 4% have HR “leading” this effort 65%tell us HR is minimally involved at most 78% of companies believe digital and transformational leadership is important; 42% say it is very important 90% are exploring or designing the “organization of the future” 16% 70% YET YET

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