Technological change has significantly impacted HR recently and continues to influence how HR Professionals work and refine their processes to meet changing market conditions and customer expectations, writes Danielle Wilson.
Presence of IT’s Gordon Laverock explains how the business’s leadership recognized several years ago the need to evolve away from traditional project-based revenue toward packaged solutions that customers increasingly found appealing. “We were telling the market how much it costs, how long to implement. If you drill that in, building a statement of work, the sales process starts accelerating,” Laverock said.
It’s the hottest topic on the HR plate right now, and the Employee Experience Summit in Melbourne was a fantastic learning experience. The overlay of culture, technology and environment provides a complex and fascinating landscape for today’s human resources leaders. High engagement is a direct line to company performance, and with a room full of c-suite HR professionals, there was no shortage to thought-provoking discussions.
Presence of IT’s Dave Frisina and Mike Beresford made the trip to Oracle HCM World in Dallas and it certainly didn’t disappoint. Three days of big learning, big networking and big fun with numerous sessions by industry thought leaders and plenty of opportunities to share ideas and exchange information.
In a digital economy, every organisation is dealing with the challenge of digital transformation. To be able to flourish for the long term, it’s essential that digital transformation programs are focused on improving business processes in a way that fully leverages the opportunities provided by innovative digital technology.