Digital Transformation

Above short video makes a singular point that digital offers infinite possibilities. However, to realize such possibilities, the organizations and leaders should transform with speed to keep pace with external realities.

At a fundamental level, ‘Digital’ is synonymous with pace of change, which is transforming the world with rapid adoption of technology. Such rapid pace is putting many existing organization into the space of irrelevance. 
 
Digital transformation is strategic planned organizational change by leveraging latest technologies. It requires certain amount of leadership within organizations. However, it’s observed that, leaders are wary of getting involved.
 
Below article, titled “Digital Transformation Predictions for 2017”, makes a strong case for business leaders direct involvement in this journey.
digital transformation
One important point from the article is that ,by 2021, one third of CEOs and COOs of Fortune 2000 companies will have spent at least 5 years of their career in a technology leadership role.
As a business leader, what has been your experience with digital transformation journey of your organization? How do you work towards keeping up-to-date on technologies having direct or indirect impact in your business?
We look forward to learn from you. Thanks!
Regs,
PT
Founder CEO
The MargDarshak Inc

Evolution in HR Function & Talent Management

Above video talks about changing role of HR over the decades. In the beginning, the role of HR team was largely functional. It was centered around payroll, leave, policy making and training. Recruitment generally meant putting an ad in the paper and hoping for the best, or hiring a recruiter. Then things changed. Today, the role of HR in an organization is no longer functional, it is rather transformational.
However the basic questions are always around spotting talent and retaining them by functional and line HR managers
Above video talks about the great talent management simplified in 3 basic principles:
1. Create clear expectations
2. Unveil the talent of your people
3. Match Talents and Expectations
Finally, it boils down to your ability to retain the talent. In below video Jack Welch asks a very important question – Would you like to work for you?
As a business leader, what’s your secret in spotting and retaining talent? What is your biggest success or failure in talent management?
We look forward to learn from you. Thanks!
Regs,
PT
Founder CEO
The MargDarshak Inc
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