Business Strategy

HRD’s Briefing: A Decade of Transition: Trends and Issues in 2023 and Beyond

  • November 9, 2022

This year’s HR Directors’ Briefing Paper is full of articles that explore the issues that businesses need to tackle to thrive in the current economic climate and beyond. Collectively, these articles underline the fact that we are caught in an uncertain transition phase on our way to a new equilibrium.

The contributors to this paper discuss some of the most complex issues that will impact HR professionals directly and indirectly this year: geopolitical instability, globalising workforces, automation, hybrid working, and sustainability, to name but a few. As they face these challenges, some businesses will have unprecedented success as they rise to the challenge of being agile and adaptable. Others will suffer creative destruction. What will delineate the winners from the losers? Undoubtedly, the ability of all persons within the business to navigate effective decision making during this period. There is a clear role for HR professionals to strengthen their colleagues’ abilities in this regard.

As you read on, please consider how you are equipping your leaders to battle the human tendency to fear uncertainty and become entrenched in the status quo. After all, your organisation is only going to be as effective as the decision making of its people!

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