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When change is constant, businesses need to constantly change, but research has found that most businesses are not ready for the future. See this infographic to learn more about how to be future-ready to design for disruption.
When change is constant, organizations need to flex and evolve in response, but research shows that most are just not ready for the future. HR is much maligned and not considered to be ‘up to the task’, with Finance often stepping in with their own workforce models and analysis. But there is a better way. Collaboration is crucial, as is leveraging workforce data to enable discussion and decision-making. Download this infographic (click the image below) to start the conversation and share with your Finance or HR colleagues.
- Article rethinking workforce planning for a disruptive age: OP&A leads the wayArticle by Rupert Morrison, CEO: Shouldn’t HR provide a forward-looking, strategic Organizational Planning and Analysis (OP&A) role to a business? Read article…read Article
- case study orgvue case study: global logisticsOptimizing organizational structure for a global logistics provider to transition to a more agile, transparent, and cost-effective organization. 40 Forty country offices’ standard set of reports were produced in less than 1 hour. 6 Six days only to load, cleanse, visualize and report on data throughout the organization. $15m $15 million predicted total cost saving. […]read case study
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