This report by Deloitte explores why the future of work is still human in Australia, noting that Australia has the opportunity to make better choices about work, their workers and their workplaces to pave the path to prosperity for all.
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This report by Workhuman emphasizes the increasing importance of the human element in the workplace through analytics and research that showcases pertinent skills and capabilities that AI and RPA will not replace.
This report by Worldbank emphasises how much technology is advancing and creating new opportunities, which is why the primacy of human capital will resist simple and prescriptive solutions to the challenges of more and more jobs requiring specific skills as well as soft skills.
This report by Raconteur discusses what exactly the jobs of the future will look like and what benefits they bring, as artificial intelligence and robotic process automation (RPA) continues to free up humans to carry out more interesting and valuable roles.
The World Economic Forum (WEF) highlights the development of the Fourth Industrial Revolution in the workplace which involves enhancing new skills and tasks in an industry-led action for the future of work.
Sweeping global forces are reshaping the workplace, the workforce, and work itself. To help organisations and their leaders understand these changes, Deloitte presents their 2016 Global Human
Capital Trends report, based on more than 7,000 responses to a survey in over 130 countries around the world.
Global organisations today navigate a “new world of work”—one that requires a dramatic change in strategies for leadership, talent, and human resources. Deloitte consider the 10 most major emerging themes most likely to have an effect in 2015.
This Accenture study suggests that digital will help democratise the workplace, but disrupt HR in the process. Talent management will be embedded within organisations with managers taking the lead. HR departments that ignore this may, ironically, find themselves out of a job.
There is a skills mismatch in the UK. Workers often don't have the right skills that businesses need, whilst the skills that do exist are often under utilised. This CIPD report explores the issues.
This Deloitte research explores how the role and function of HR is changing. Technology is taking over the process roles to develop HR into a high power, high status area. The future HR leaders will have first rate data skills and MBA level business capabilities, enabling them to make massive contributions to corporate growth.