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.
Are you struggling to weed through all the emails to figure out the RIGHT Microsoft Dynamics 365 conference to attend this year? Join the club. With so many options it is difficult to decide where to spend not only the time but the expense. Whether you’re looking to attend one of Microsoft’s flagship conferences, or one of the countless user groups, you’re bound to have specific criteria to suit your needs in 2018.
Transform your Human Capital Management and deliver high-impact, sustainable results.
Attract the right talent, help your team succeed.
As someone in HR, you know that the role of Human Resource has changed in today’s digital workplace. Gone are the days of finding the right job candidate with that certain set of skills and experience – today, it is about finding the right experience, skills AND the right fit for the company culture. HR is no longer a department that functions in a transactional manner. Today’s HR business unit needs to align with the business imperatives and deliver innovative talent solutions.
As a Microsoft Dynamics 365 consultancy focused in the professional services industries, our clients view managing their talent and human capital as mission critical. Not only are a services organization’s talent and intellectual capital a primary source of competitive advantage, but the successful deployment of this talent to deliver client services can directly impact an organization’s bottom line and the ability to grow in an efficient manner.