Cost-Effective Growth: Let Big Data Do Your Heavy Lifting

Posted by: ADP on 12 April 2016 in Innovation & Technology

When your business grows, it can be exciting but also expensive. If you maximise big data, however, you can have the best of both worlds: cost-effective growth. Data has always been out there, but until recently it’s been too difficult to pull it all together. Thanks to advances in data aggregation technology, you can now...

So What's the Plan? The Succession Plan. That Is.

Posted by: ADP on 5 April 2016 in Human Capital Management

You’ve just been poached. One of the more tenured team members in your organisation has just told you they’re leaving your company for another opportunity. It’s bad enough you’re losing a key person – and soon. To make matters worse, you have no idea who will fill what has just become a gaping hole in...

Security in a Flexible Workplace: The CHRO's Role in Mitigating Risk

Posted by: ADP on 5 April 2016 in Innovation & Technology

The term “cubicle farm” is becoming less and less reflective of today’s professional workplace. In fact, Citrix (1) reports that 61 percent of modern workers now perform their duties outside the office “at least some of the time.” Additionally, 81 percent of modern workers feel positively about being able to “work from anywhere in the world,” according...

The HRD according to Darwin: adapting the organisation to the digital

Posted by: ADP on 5 April 2016 in Human Capital Management

To guarantee the process of digital transformation, your organisation must be open to learning. Who other than the human resources director has the essential levers on hand to help the organisation succeed in this transformation? In a questionable environment about business models and their consequences on  established companies, never have Darwin’s statements rung more true...

OK, You're an HR Leader and Have HR Data. Now What?

Posted by: ADP on 5 April 2016 in Innovation & Technology

It’s no secret that HR organisations traditionally have lagged their finance and sales brethren in their use of data analytics. According to analyst Josh Bersin (1), only 4% of companies currently are using predictive analytics due to two primary challenges: Many companies are distracted by efforts to replace outdated systems (which, ironically, may give them the predictive...