May 15th 2015
Technology, Big Data and HR Capability
Technology has changed the way people communicate and connect and the way we do business. At the same time, there has been an explotion of data available to businesses. As a result of this, the role of HR continues to evolve and change. How should success of HR be defined and the value of HR demonstrated?
This presentation from IBM explores the transformative role of technology and big data in HR and why evidence-based approach to HR is needed.
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