Date & Time: Friday, December 3, 2021 2:00 pm ET
Katy Tynan, Principal Analyst, Employee Experience, Forrester
Prior to the pandemic, many HR organizations were in a state of disruption and reinvention. While HR technology rapidly evolved over the last decade to give organizations more data than ever before about their workforce, few organizations were well equipped to leverage that deluge of data to make better business decisions. And beyond the pressures of digital transformation, businesses were grappling with how to attract and engage a diverse, dispersed workforce with ever-widening skills gaps.
In the midst of responding to those demands, we were blindsided by a global pandemic that sparked a complete reorganization of how work gets done. As we emerge into a new normal of hybrid work, we’ve learned critical lessons about the essential connection between people strategy and business strategy. In this session we’ll unveil the results of our recent survey on how the structure and practice of HR must evolve to meet the business imperatives of tomorrow.
- Understand the trends and forces shaping the future of the HR function.
- Evaluate your current HR structure in comparison to market leaders.
- Gain insights into strategic priorities of HR and Technology professionals.