A big part of the Digital Transformation is the role of our leaders.
At conferences, magazines and the internet we can read every day, that leaders have to change. I have a slightly different perspective on that. It sees whenever something new comes up, we are talking about „change“ as if there is a magic method to get from present to future state.
In my eyes most of the time it would be more valuable to take a closer look, what are the new demands and how to educate ourselves to become familiar and professional about it.
For a conference, where I was asked to share my personal view on „Digital Leadership“ (as I was recognized with a „Digital Leader award„). (mehr …)
Time is changing – specially for HR I see many new topics rising. The term „HR Business Partner“ implies that HR acts as a consultant for business leaders. Based on current evaluations, HR is not the function with the most advanced digital know how, nor being the function with the highest interest in it (still).
In my eyes HR is in front of a major decision about their future: Either administer the current tasks and ongoing actions or designing the organization of the future. If the choice is keeping business as usual, I am quite sure, this will end in being out-sourced fairly soon. We already see digitalized, automated services providing many of the HR services at a much more efficient way than an internal department could. Also being able to benchmark various companies (and sell those results) is a great advantage.
Based on my „Digital Self Assessment“ I put together some questions, HR colleagues might want to ask (themselves):
Change Agents Worldwide
Change Agent Jonathan Antony from Vancouver writes about his idea of working in the digital age
here is my reply – hope you don’t mind me getting a bit carried away about it 😉
… we are pathfinders – not „the one“ path but many – when open for it, we become learners – curious people being fascinated by the everyday’s new surprises –