An HR transformation focused on technology, to be successful, must consider changes in four areas: world-class leadership, a modern HR operating model, a competent and future-ready team, and understanding the power that IT offers to assist the HR department.
1- New Leadership for HR Transformation
Today, HR is no longer just about hiring, paying salaries, or managing benefits. HR functions as strategic business leaders who drive success across the entire company.
A good leader fulfills the following aspects:
- Builds a strategy for the HR function and adapts it as the business and operational environment change.
- • Provides key insights for the development of the organization’s strategy.
- Positions Human Resources (operational model, structure, and personnel) to meet business needs.
- Optimizes the budget.
2- Update Your HR Operating Model to Support Changing Business Needs
The HR operating model is a critical component of any HR transformation strategy, as it organizes the structures, capabilities, and processes through which HR delivers value to stakeholders.
When evaluating the performance of the existing operating model, it’s imperative to consider everything that can be made more flexible, from the responsibilities of partners and the structure of shared services to how HR professionals interact with leadership and how technology is utilized.
These are the 4 ways in which HR operating models are evolving:
- Reinvent the role of HRBP as a strategic talent leader.
- Create a dynamic group of HR problem solvers.
- Provide agile support with next-generation Centers of Excellence (COEs).
- Build a strong HR operations and service delivery team.
3- Build a Team with the Necessary Knowledge, Skills, and Competencies to Support the Business
The transformation of HR Will require your team to develop new capabilities to address a range of business priorities, including:
- New ways of working.
- Increased demand for data-driven insights.
- Evolution of employee roles and competencies.
- New and evolving staffing needs.
4- Harness the Power and Promise of HR Technology to Amplify HR Impact
With radical flexibility and hybrid work environments becoming the norm, it’s imperative to effectively leverage technology to provide a seamless experience for employees. Technology-enabled virtual processes can create both positive and negative impacts.
Studies show that employees who are dissatisfied with their organization’s technology are twice as likely to seek new opportunities externally rather than internally.
With significant advancements in HR technology, technology leaders in the HR field are poised to become catalysts for change in HR processes, as technology now touches every aspect of employees’ lives. To drive this transformation, technology should be more accessible and help employees “in the flow of work.”
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Publicado originalmente el 25 de September de 2023, modificado 25 de September de 2023
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