Nov 29 2021
“The pandemic has highlighted the need for HR teams to become more analytical and forensic in skills forecasting. In fact, they must rewire all performance and incentive mechanisms to reward employees for learning the abilities they require.”
The pandemic has highlighted the need for HR teams to become more analytical and forensic in skills forecasting. In fact, they must rewire all performance and incentive mechanisms to reward employees for learning the abilities they require.In my discussion with Andi Britt, he speaks about the critical HR skills of the future; how HR teams can present a strong business case for HR Tech investments; how HR teams can become data-driven and tech-savvy; and much more.
Andi leads the European Talent Transformation practice within IBM Consulting, providing Human Capital Management, HR and Recruitment Outsourcing and Organizational Change Management advisory services for clients. Andi has worked with IBM Consulting’s largest global clients in the public and private sectors on HR Outsourcing, Cloud SaaS, ERP and enterprise-wide change management engagements. He is a thought leader on AI, Automation and Digital HR and how organisations can transform their Talent practices with Cognitive, Cloud, Robotics and Mobile solutions. He is a regular presenter on IBM’s Research on AI, HR Reinvention, Culture Change, Change Management and Employee Engagement. Having started his career at PwC, Andi is a qualified Chartered Accountant (ICAEW) and was featured in the Financial Times inaugural ‘Power Part Time’ list in 2012.
Here are the excerpts from the Q&A with Andi that focused on HR function’s transformation:What has been the impact of a pandemic on the organisation, and more specifically the HR function?
What is HR’s role in overall digital transformation in the new workplace?
How do you help HR teams’ develop their business case and ROI for HRTech investment proposals?
What does the post-pandemic workplace look like? And what will be its impact on HR teams?
How can you get HR teams to become more data-driven and tech-savvy?
Advice for businesses who are embarking on their Digital HR journey
Sriram Iyer is a Human Resources practitioner with around two decades of experience in the areas of HR Technology, Workforce Planning & Strategy, Talent Supply Chain, Employee Engagement, Talent Branding and Acquisition & Client Management. Based in Singapore since Jan 2012, he has strong exposure to the JAPAC region and has a knowledge of the cultural nuances of the region. Prior to becoming an entrepreneur, he has also played leadership roles with NCS (Singtel Group Enterprise) and Nasdaq-listed Cognizant Technology Solutions in Singapore, running large scale talent initiatives across regions. He is a proud alumnus of National University of Singapore (Singapore) and Symbiosis Institute of International Business (India).
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