You can turn to the TV talking heads to hear opinions about the future. Or you can turn to the people in the trenches for an informed view of what really lies down the track.
These words introduce our new book on global HR Transformation and help explain why we created it. Our global HR Transformation consulting practitioners have amassed a unique perspective on the continuing journey to achieve Business Driven HR and address the major challenges organizations face globally larger issues and trends.Most every organization with which we collaborate can share stories about their place along the HR Transformation journey. The strategies we’ve pulled together are grounded in a set of key business imperatives, including:
- Globalization and Emerging Markets
- Cost Pressure
- Emerging Technologies
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Risk & Compliance
At well over 100 pages, the book is quite comprehensive, yet we’ve worked hard to make it accessible and easy to digest, with sections on:
Each chapter within The Journey is a stand-alone snapshot, yet connected by the tracks of the major business imperatives. We’ll feature each topic in future blog posts. The entire book is also available as an iBook on iTunes.
Producing this forward looking view on HR Transformation has been a bit of a journey in itself, but, we think, well worth the effort to share the insights and experiences from all of us in the trenches. We hope you’ll share your experiences with us too as we continue our ongoing journey.
|Jason Geller is a principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Human Capital practice where he is the Global and U.S. Human Resources (HR) Transformation Leader. He has authored many of Deloitte Consulting’s points of view and methodologies related to HR transformation, service delivery and outsourcing.|
|Arthur H. Mazor is a senior manager with Deloitte Consulting LLP’s Human Capital practice. Art collaborates with complex, global clients to transform Human Resource strategy, service delivery and organizations with a business-driven focus.|
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