Singapore-headquartered company’s latest acquisition marks their foray in kickstarting a digital innovation in Australia, with over 600 employees to be boosted across the continent.
It’s important that employers are easy to do business with in order to attract and retain top talent.
Technological transformation is both a boon and bane - done well, it helps an organisation succeed, but done poorly, it is detrimental to people. MIT's Professor Thomas Kochan talks about how to integrate technology with the way we work for a better organisational transformation.
With HR leaders embracing full fledged digitalisation of its processes this year, the question of digital disruption becomes critical as organisations attempt to overcome the challenges it presents. But rather than simply focusing on challenges, its innovative potential can indeed be leveraged for driving greater business outcomes.
Fewer companies realise reskilling a key part of digital transformation: Tata Communications’ Global L&D Head
Despite organisations ramping up digital infrastructures, many have noticed potential issues such as the need for cybersecurity experts and the widening digital skills gap and companies generally deal with these concerns by hiring new, skilled staff. But, this approach is not sustainable, says Ina Bajwa, Global Head, Learning & Development, Tata Communications.
The rise of the hybrid workplace has further amplified the need to invest in the right digital collaboration suites for your organization.
How will HR work horizontally, alongside the business as a true partner, ceding control and co-owning outcomes with other stakeholders? Watch this session to find out.