2020 Global Human Capital Trends
The future of the Public Sector in Ireland
2020 Global Human Capital Trends | The future of the Public Sector in Ireland
Alison McIntyre, a manager in our Deloitte Human Capital team discusses how reimagining the delivery of public services with a human focus, empowering employees to work productively with technology will create opportunities for positive transformation.
In a world increasingly driven by technology and in the wake of COVID-19, it is more important than ever for organisations to remain human.
Deloitte’s 2020 Global Human Capital Trends report calls upon organisations to embrace three attributes—purpose, potential, and perspective—that characterise what it means to fuse people and technology to perform as a social enterprise at work.
These three shifts represent a new set of attributes that characterise what it means to truly become a social enterprise at work:
• Purpose: An organisation that doesn’t just talk about purpose, but embeds meaning into every aspect of work every day
• Potential: An organisation that is designed and organised to maximise what humans are capable of thinking, creating, and doing in a world of machines
• Perspective: An organisation that encourages and embraces a future orientation, asking not just how to optimise for today, but how to create value tomorrow
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