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People 4.0: staying ahead to avoid falling behind


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  • Date May 16, 2018
  • Observatory HR Innovation Practice
  • Language English
  • Function Human Resources/Administration


HR departments are increasingly aware of the digital transformation taking place: the main challenge of 2018 identified by over one HR manager out of two is developing digital culture and competences. What is still often lacking today is the translation of the digital business strategy into a People Strategy, existing in barely one every three companies (35%). Even more limited is the percentage of companies that have adopted initiatives to spread digital transformation culture and knowledge among its workers, equal to 22%, or that have conducted appraisals to verify the gap between the required digital competences and those existing within the company, which does not exceed 16%.

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