The start of 2016 has been a mixed bag of emotions both economically, socially and politically. In the last 12 months we have seen global economies rise and fall, terrorism, geopolitical clashes, and of course, the recent collapse in oil prices.
While nations and organizations are trying to adapt to the changing macro environment, CHRO’s and their team of HR professionals are trying to deal and adapt with the effects these changes have on talent and HR programs. From tackling the demographic shift of talent with the surge of millennials into the workforce, to the need for HR programs and talent to be agile enough to move with the constant changes, HR professionals more than ever need to be geared to play a true partnering and advisory role to contribute to more informed decision making.
How can we expect people strategies of companies to shape in 2016 and how can HR innovate and play the role of a true business partner?