Leading up to this seminar we asked Whether Corporate HR Innovation is a myth or a possibility. We posed this question to corporate South Africa as well as influential business and HR leaders. Monday 6th May 2016 allowed us to unpack this impasse and understand what business and HR can do to stay ahead of the innovation curve.
“It cannot be emphasized enough, how the working world, corporate practices, resourcing and talent management are fundamentally changing right before our eyes. Those businesses that stay on-top or ahead of the innovation curve are the ones that will survive. The rest will perish in a sea of red tape, administration and outdated practices.” Roy Clark, MD of Clarkhouse Human Capital
This is a bold statement, but in this day and age we need to be bold. We need to disrupt, we need to innovate, we need to challenge and we need to think differently. Businesses are not going to survive if HR remain constricted by processes, administration, a lack of understanding, a lack of integration and pivotally, a lack of skilled resources.
GIBS HR for Corporate Innovation Breakfast on the 9th May 2016
In this competitive world, innovation is seen as a key competitive advantage for most businesses to stay ahead of the pack. Concurrently, most companies claim that their Human Capital is their most important asset. Why is it then that these two scenarios fail to interconnect?
This is an extremely prevalent question in today’s changing employment landscape. If HR fails to adapt and innovate, businesses fail to adapt and innovate and they will then ultimately fall short of their competitors.
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