The best business minds of our times have understood that people are critical to success.
A great HR leader is arguably still the most valuable person in an organisation. What has changed is the function of the CHRO role in today's age of disruption. On top of navigating the complex challenges of the labour market, the modern CHRO has to tackle critical issues such as changing demographics, the speed of change and the corresponding role of technology while also managing workplace culture and employee engagement.
Some of the more specific challenges facing today’s CHRO are:
- Dealing with alternative workforce arrangements.
- Creating effective teams when there are multiple generational cohorts.
- The increasingly high-tech world of HR.
The good news is that boards of directors have and will increasingly view the CHRO as critical to long-term business sustainable success. However, as their role continues to rapidly evolve, CHROs will require new and broader skill sets that allow them to tackle the changes and challenges of today's disruptive times.
Insights from "The New Role of the CHRO in the Age of Disruption" by Darren Raycroft #hrexecutive #humancapital #hr #chro #humanresources