HR Technology Conference & Expo
Las Vegas | October 10-13, 2017
Deloitte brings their top human capital researchers, thinkers, and leaders to the HR Tech annual conference to talk about challenges–and opportunities–of the HR Tech revolution.
Closing Keynote: Digital HR: A New Architecture for Technology
Session Number: K2 | Friday, October 13, 2017: 8:15 AM - 9:15 AM
Visit us at booth #2149
The world of HR technology is undergoing a major shift. While cloud, social and mobile have been technology topics for the last five years, we are now in the middle of a brand-new HR technology architecture—one built around teams, apps, feedback and a new breed of highly engaging applications. These new HR applications, mostly built by small innovative companies, are now threatening the markets of large ERP providers, prompting companies to build a new, Digital HR Architecture. Bersin by Deloitte principal Josh Bersin will describe the new architecture for HR technology, and help you understand ways to bring AI, cognitive computing, apps and a new breed of systems into your company. He’ll describe the growing role of chat and collaboration products and give you examples of how leading companies are creating new “Intelligent Platform” strategies that can make HR, talent management, recruiting and employee engagement real-time, productive, agile, and data-driven.
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In this world of disruption, HR can take the lead
HR executives are focused on improving your company's performance and productivity through your people. And today's rapidly changing world is placing a tremendous amount of pressure on you. As complexity accelerates at exponential rates, you stand in the middle of two massive disruptions. On one hand is the business. Every business in every industry is being disrupted. On the other hand, you have the workforce—also undergoing radical changes.
HR is in a unique position to take advantage of these disruptive dynamics. These challenges are an opportunity to take the lead and model how the rest of the organization needs to operate in this world of disruption.
Explore the ongoing innovation at Deloitte
Instead of just warning you about disruption, we've built a set of innovative products that enable you to drive sustainable value. These products, along with our services, enable your true end-to-end HR transformation.
ConnectMe simplifies the workplace experience and increases HR effectiveness by connecting employees to what matters most through a personalized destination, delivered where and when they need it.
LaborWise helps you pinpoint overages in labor spending, leading to significant and sustainable savings.
AccessEdge helps extend the value of existing on-premise SAP HR implementations by providing an intuitive interface, contemporary usability features, and mobile access that can significantly simplify and enhance the employee and manager experience.
CulturePath delivers unprecedented visibility into an organization, enabling leaders to drive ongoing change in the areas that matter most to their business. It is the recipient of the Human Resource Executive Top HR Product award and will be honored at the HR Tech awards luncheon on Oct 5.
Defining research from Bersin by Deloitte
All of our services are backed by Bersin research-based strategies. Bersin by Deloitte delivers research-based people strategies designed to help leaders drive exceptional business performance. Our membership gives HR, talent and learning professionals the information and tools they need to design leading practice solutions, benchmark against others, develop staff, and select and implement systems.
Learn more about 2017 Human Capital Trends and the disruptions reshaping the workplace
Organizations face a radically shifting context for the workforce, the workplace, and the world of work. Our survey of more than 10,000 business and HR leaders from 140 countries reveals 10 areas for businesses to focus on to better organize, manage, develop, and align people at work.
Deloitte Review, issue 21: The future of work
Robots and artificial intelligence in the workplace. A dispersed workforce in which people work from anywhere, anytime. The need to constantly learn new skills to revitalize one's career. These trends and more are just part of what the future of work could entail—and we must surely adapt.
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