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2018 Deloitte global human capital trends : the rise of the social enterprise

By: Deloitte.
Publisher: Deloitte, 2018Description: 104 pages ; PDF file.Subject(s): Society | Corporate responsibility | Collaboration | Information technologyOnline resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
The rise of the social enterprise -- The symphonic c-suite - teams leading teams -- The workforce ecosystem - managing beyond the enterprise -- New rewards - personalized, agile and holistic -- From careers to experiences - new pathways -- The longevity dividend - work in a era of 100-year lives -- Citizenship and social impact - society holds the mirror -- Well-being - a strategy and a responsibility -- AI, robotics, and automation - put humans in the loop -- The hyper-connected workplace - will productivity reign? -- People data - how far is too far?
Summary: Argues that organisations today are increasingly judged on the basis of their relationship with stakeholders and their wider impact on society. Explores the idea that this shift is shaping the purpose, relationships and success of organisations.
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The rise of the social enterprise -- The symphonic c-suite - teams leading teams -- The workforce ecosystem - managing beyond the enterprise -- New rewards - personalized, agile and holistic -- From careers to experiences - new pathways -- The longevity dividend - work in a era of 100-year lives -- Citizenship and social impact - society holds the mirror -- Well-being - a strategy and a responsibility -- AI, robotics, and automation - put humans in the loop -- The hyper-connected workplace - will productivity reign? -- People data - how far is too far?

Argues that organisations today are increasingly judged on the basis of their relationship with stakeholders and their wider impact on society. Explores the idea that this shift is shaping the purpose, relationships and success of organisations.

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