Defining the sense of purpose for business – one that resonates across workforce and leadership – transcending generations if necessary, is one of the top challenges facing business leaders today, says Sachin Rajan, Country Manager, Russell Reynolds Associates, India
HR transformation is all about positioning human resources as a strategic business partner in a way that impacts delivering business outcomes in an organisation, says Bala V Sathyanarayanan, Global CHRO, Greif, Inc.
We invest in rotating our workforce to pick up new skills in anticipation of the types of services our clients will require from us, says Divyesh Vithlani, Senior MD, Market Unit Lead - SEA, Accenture.
It is difficult to expect the unexpected, but it is always important to be prepared for possibilities, says Ian Lee, President, Asia Pacific and Japan, The Adecco Group.
In this VUCA world, you need to make plans but be agile enough to adjust to capture the opportunities in the market.
Hybrid working models, when thoughtfully designed, can help level the playing field, especially for employees with caregiving responsibilities. All organisations should use this moment to test, learn and improve our offering for employees, says Rich Lesser, Global Chair, Boston Consulting Group.
The great emergence from the pandemic will see greater flexibility in the way we live, learn and work. The future is hybrid, and organisations must adopt the use of relevant technologies to solve modern problems and future proof their businesses to stay competitive, says Abe Smith, Head of International, Zoom