When reimagined, work can be more than a process. It can be an outcome that drives productivity, value and impact by unlocking human potential and creating an organisation that is resilient to risk, fit for the future and grounded in meaning for workers whose identity will drive sustained results.
Organisations are being challenged to innovate, digitise, maximise productivity, and create new value, all while reducing risk and contributing to society at a pace that is faster than ever. At the centre of all of this is the work itself. When viewed as an outcome, rather than solely a series of processes, work becomes the primary driver of not only productivity, but also innovation, meaning and value.
Deloitte’s Human Capital professionals help organisations drive productivity, value and impact through the organisation, the workforce, and HR. Our professionals leverage research, analytics, technology solutions and industry insights to help you:
• Create an organisation that is adaptable to change and can respond to the increasing need for transparency in the era of the social enterprise
• Compose a workforce that drives productivity and value—today and in the future
• Design all aspects of work in a way that builds compelling roles and allows the worker to find meaning in the work they perform
In a dynamic world with constant disruption, human capital issues must be viewed as business issues to be shaped by HR demands major shifts in mind-set, roles, capabilities, and digital enablers with reinvention at the core.
Business is being disrupted. New business models, exponential technology, agile ways of working, and regulation are constantly changing the way organisations work. Transformation grounded in human experience principles can drive sustainable change on a behavioural, cultural, and organisational level.
Work, workforces and workplaces are responding to technological and societal disruptors at an exponential pace. Success depends on having a strategy that reimagines all aspects of workforce management from accessing, aligning, engaging, rewarding and, ultimately, leading the workforce of the future.
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Completed by nearly 10,000 respondents in 119 countries, and almost 90 respondents in Ireland, Deloitte’s ninth annual report, Leading the Social Enterprise, is the largest longitudinal survey of its kind. The survey finds that amid rapid technological, economic and social change, the most important talent trends facing Irish organisations are learning, leadership and employee experience.
Driven by accelerating connectivity, new talent models, and cognitive tools, work is changing. As robotics, AI, the gig economy and crowds grow, jobs are being reinvented, creating the “augmented workforce.” We must reconsider how jobs are designed and work to adapt and learn for future growth.
Sweeping global forces are reshaping the workplace, the workforce, and work itself. Organisations are now rethinking their talent strategies at all stages of the employee lifecycle, vying for top talent in a highly transparent job market and becoming laser-focused on their external employment brand.