Transform the organization – and its people – through technology

The game-changer

Disruptive technology has altered how work gets done, how workers engage with one another, and how the organization deals with its customers and suppliers. The digitization of the workplace has impacted every aspect of the talent lifecycle. Millenials say they prefer to communicate electronically at work, and 78% say that technology makes them more effective. Leading companies recognize the significance of this: 86% of US CEOs believe technology advances will transform their businesses the most over the next five years.


86% of US CEOs believe technology advances will have the largest transformational impact on their businesses


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Mobility levels have increased by 25% over the next decade and we predict a further 50% growth by 2020.

Embracing a SaaS mindset is important for a smooth HR transition to the cloud.

PwC’s 2014 HR Technology Survey

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said that their cloud implementation took longer and/or cost more than expected.
source: PwC's 2014 HR Technology Survey

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Enmeshing people and technology to create value

Technology can attract new talent, boost productivity, track employee satisfaction and analyze exit surveys. Companies can exploit its transformational power through different HR delivery models, global mobility programs, online training, video networking and collaborative cloud applications. Businesses must always remain focused on how the changes affect their people. Executives should assess how new technology alters business processes, where new skills are required, and how to effectively communicate and manage change. HR can lead workplace change by building awareness of this shift and developing a strategy that leverages new technologies in ways that attract and engage talent and drive performance.