Using up to date IT and technology enables HR to follow up professionals to leverage the value of the vast amount of data available at their fingertips.

Covering how to identify the most useful sources of data, collect information in a transparent way that is in line with data protection requirements (GDPR) and turn this data to business intelligence is a focus area for HR in the digital shift.

Fast-changing work environment means HR must adapt to survive. Resource management is about how effectively one can serve and develop the organizations need for resources.

Acquiring, allocating and managing the resources required for a project becomes increasingly critical to fulfill business plans. Particularly the resources that are scarce, with effective work performance and deliver on time and to budget. The timing of the resource management activities has to remain flexible so that it can match any project schedule changes.

HR will be increasingly impacted by digital technology using smart ERP solutions. HRs future depends on its response to the digital shift. If HR cannot adapt, it may not be able to keep up with today’s fast-changing work environment.

The basic work that HR does, and is mostly valued for, such as recruitment and administration, will be primarily carried out through AI and other smart technologies.

Traditionally seen as a purely people function, unconcerned with numbers, HR is now uniquely placed to use company data to drive performance. Both of the people in the organization and the organization as a whole