(Editorial Note: Want to read the RECAP of this week’s #TChat events? See “HR: What Are You Waiting For?)
Change. We all feel it. It’s become a relentless business reality — and the pace just continues to accelerate.
Now, however, the structure of work itself is changing. This means HR processes and programs are also shifting in fundamental ways.
The evidence is all around us. HR organizations are becoming flatter, more flexible and more agile — as we discussed several weeks ago when exploring “Talent in the Cloud.” And increasingly, talent strategies are driven by insights from relevant research and data analysis.
What does this suggest for the next chapter on the human resources management front? What issues and opportunities should be foremost on HR practitioners’ minds?
#TChat Sneak Peek Video
Leading the #TChat conversation this week is HR trendspotter, Elliot Clark, CEO & Chairman of SharedXpertise, creator of the HRO Today Forum and publisher of HRO Today and other specialized publications for business professionals.
I spoke with Elliot in a Google+ Hangout, to learn what is foremost on his mind, and what’s on the agenda for the HRO Today conference. Interestingly, there are ties to last week’s #TChat focus on the generational stereotypes in today’s workplace. Watch the video now:
#TChat Events: Building a World-Class Workforce
Join us this week, as our TalentCulture community examines what it means to create and sustain a world-class workforce:
#TChat Radio — Tuesday, April 16 at 7:30pmET / 4:30pmPT Elliot joins hosts Kevin W. Grossman and Meghan M. Biro to tackle key issues facing today’s HR practitioners, and how data is increasingly being used to shape talent planning, acquisition and management.
#TChat Twitter – Wednesday, April 17 at 7pm ET / 4pm PT Everyone is welcome to join our open, online Twitter forum, as talent-minded professionals exchange ideas in real-time about these key questions:
Q1: What are the primary elements of today’s world-class workforce? Why?
Q2: Can gamification really help us recruit, engage and retain employees? Why/why not?
Q3: The contingent workforce continues to grow; how can companies truly integrate with FT employment?
Q4: Why are manager and employee self-service technologies so important to the enterprise?
Q5: Will mobile workforce communication/collaboration circumvent other forms? Why/why not?
We’ll see you on the stream!