Human Capital Trends 2016
The new organization: Different by design
The India report has been designed to complement Deloitte’s 2016 Global Human Capital Trends report “The New Organisation: Different by Design”. This country report summarizes the challenges faced by organisations today and the business and HR capabilities to address these challenges.
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Global Human Capital Trends Survey 2016: India Findings
This report presents the survey results of the Human Capital Trends for India in 2016, and Deloitte’s larger global report, offers important perspective on the future priorities and readiness of businesses in India to meet their most critical talent and HR trends.
Most Indian businesses have a positive view on the future of their organization. Approximately 75 percent of the respondents expect better growth in 2016 compared to last year while 18 percent expect similar growth to last year. One key observation is the slight increase in companies undergoing a growth of more than 10 percent compared to last year. While 44 percent of the companies witnessed a growth of more than 10 percent last year, it was 46 percent this year.
Global Human Capital Trends Survey 2016: Global Findings
Effective organizations today are built around highly empowered teams, driven by a new model of management, and led by a breed of globally diverse leaders. They are “different by design." More than 7,000 HR and business leaders from 130 countries responded to this year’s survey. From this research emerged 10 trends in organization design and culture; in learning, leadership, and workforce management; and within the HR function itself.