How to become a more agile HR function in the changing world of work

Perry Timms explores how you can adopt agility-based approaches suitable for unorthodox and complex situations in an uncertain future of work.

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If ever there was a time for agility to mean something – especially in the world of the HR profession – it is now.

Thrust into adapting ways of working and embedding new processes and protocols, the modern world of work has been fast-forwarded into the much-fabled future of work almost overnight.

What can we learn from the approaches of those who have fully leveraged more agility? 

How can we continue to adapt and be more agile ourselves whilst recognising there are places for established and efficient ways?

The purpose of this white paper, brought to you by HRZone and UKG (formerly PeopleDoc), is to help HR leaders and practitioners adopt agility-based approaches suitable for unorthodox and complex situations in an uncertain world of work.

Written by Perry Timms, globally renowned speaker, author and consultant on the future of work and Chief Energy Officer of People & Transformational HR, this report explores:

  • The key drivers for more agility in HR
  • How to embed agility into HR operating models
  • Insightful case studies from those who have digitised processes to enhance agility

Download the report to discover how to adopt, reimagine and sustain agility for HR’s future success.

What you'll learn


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