Deloitte article in Forbes instigates debate in the Human Capital community
At a time when most of the world is struggling to keep people employed, a small but growing number of leaders in the private and public sector are providing employees with new rules and tools for getting ahead. The reason: Savvy leaders are beginning to see that these new rules and tools — the “postdigital” technologies and best practices that are equipping employees to outperform their peers — allow businesses to see employees not as costs to be managed, but as assets that help grow the top and bottom line.
|John Hagel serves as co-chairman of the Silicon Valley-based Deloitte Center for the Edge, which conducts original research and develops substantive points of view for new corporate growth.|
|Suketu Gandhi, prinicipal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, leads the IT Strategy & Management service line in the Global Technology Advisory practice. His background includes extensive experience in IT strategy.|
|Giovanni Rodriguez, speacialist leader, is a noted innovator, author and public speaker on organizational leadership and marketing. He is a senior member of the social-technology team at Deloitte Consulting LLP.|
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