There’s no single path to driving value through HR - not every HR initiative is transformative. However, every HR investment can point the way to value. That’s where Deloitte’s HRT practitioners excel: Forging a direct path to High Impact. The success of any HR Transformation initiative extends beyond the creation of capacity and focuses on building the capability, credibility and community to deliver High Impact for the business. For three decades, our practitioners have focused exclusively on the HR function. We will never stop investing in the future of HR. We are the leader today because we are always thinking about tomorrow.
Good news: This year’s Global Human Capital Trends 2016 survey shows an improvement in the HR organization’s skills, business alignment, and ability to innovate. But as companies change the way they are organized, they must embrace the changing role of HR as well.
Reinventing HR: An extreme makeover
Once designed primarily as a compliance function, today’s HR organization must be agile, business-integrated, data-driven, and deeply skilled in attracting, retaining, and developing talent.
HR and people analytics: Stuck in neutral
Data and analytics are key to solving business and talent needs such as engagement, leadership, learning, and recruitment. So why are so few organizations actively implementing talent analytics capabilities to address them?