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Most organizations aren’t transforming fast enough to benefit from the opportunities that come with the so-called fourth industrial revolution. Based on an extensive survey of business and HR leaders from around the world, David Mallon and his team of researchers at the international consulting firm Deloitte have put together a roadmap of the changes organizations must implement to stay relevant in a digital era. getAbstract believes that this report is a must read for human resources professionals and senior executives eager to leverage new technology to their advantage. 

In this summary, you will learn

  • Why industrial-age organizational models are ill-suited for the digital era,
  • Why “continuous learning” forms the backbone of a 21st-century career model and
  • How HR departments can leverage new digital tools to recruit and retain talent.
 

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David Mallon and his team at Bersin by Deloitte design research-based human resource strategies.

 

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Organizations need to transform in 10 areas to keep up with rapid technological development, changing career models and public policy demands:


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