Which lens are you using?
The 2017 HR Transformation findings reveal that global organizations appear divided into two camps with different lenses on where the HR function is headed – one half ‘enlightened’ and boldly engaged on the need for strategically managed HR transformation, the other half ‘unenlightened’ and faltering amid uncertainty as the digital era redefines the world around them and dramatically rewrites the rules for success.
For further information on this year's survey findings and insights visit KPMG Anticipate.
This year 887 executives from 48 countries participated in the HR Transformation Survey, with representation from 27 industries across Asia Pacific, Europe, North America, Middle East/Africa and Latin America. Two thirds of respondents were from organizations with less than 5,000 staff, 20 percent had 5,001-20,000 employees and 16 percent had more than 20,000 employees.
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