Reflections on Unleash: Digital Transformation, The New Romanticism – at Work and Beyond and A Pair of Distracting Shorts
I do love a good conference. They make me feel like a student again. You spend a few days surrounded by all kinds of people (in all kinds of outfits), dashing from one room to another, trying not to lose your wallet, your laptop and even your jacket, and invariably it all ends with chatting to strangers over a beer.
Every week, the landscape of HR is edging towards more progressive, modern ways of managing people and workplace culture, whilst empowering the next generation of the workforce. Nobody quite recognises this better than HR industry influencer Josh Bersin, who last week released his annual report entitled, Talent, Technology, and HR Predictions for 2019. With a lens focused on the movings and shakings of the year past, to paint a picture of the future, Bersin tackles a range of water cooler topics from inequalities in compensation, the gig economy, remote workforces on the rise, and automation driving the reinvention of jobs.
You may have read recent announcements related to Thomson Reuters’ announced sunsetting of their Business Development Premier (BDP) CRM system. In response to this announcement, sa.globals legal360 team, the leading global provider of Microsoft Dynamics 365-based CRM, Practice Management, and Talent Management applications for law firms, has announced two service offerings designed to support these BDP clients.
Microsoft’s release notes on the upcoming April 2019 update on some of the Dynamics 365 apps and the platform clearly highlights the next big change from Microsoft on the ERP, CRM and HCM front.