I recently read this statement as a headline for a report published by the CIPD.
I am somewhat disappointed by the latest figures showing how many businesses have failed to carry out Brexit Risk Assessments and even more disappointed at the number that have not undertaken any planning in order to prepare for a future after the UK has left the EU.
A good friend from my home country of Scotland always struggled to keep up with his peers in school. But he also succeeded where most people would have failed.
Early on in his career as an engineer, he designed and built a huge dome — essentially a projection screen stretched over curved pieces of metal — for Dynamic Earth, a conference venue and geology visitor attraction in Edinburgh.
We conducted a Q&A interview with Jess Tayel, Global Business and Digital Transformation Coach and Mentor, about business transformation, where it should sit within an organisation and the importance of value-add business transformation to an organisation. If you missed Part 1, you can view it here.
Business transformation projects tend to fail, so how can a clear strategy and a set direction affect this?
Over the last five years, there has been a major overhaul of how HR provides services to employees, also known as HR Service Delivery.
Companies have transformed the way they interact with employees and best serve them over the life of their relationship with the organization.
An HR Service Delivery platform not only helps you to meet employees’ consumer-level expectations, but it also enables your HR team to provide the best possible services to employees - creating positive interactions and fostering the employee experience.