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The world of work is changing globally. Technology is everywhere around us, diversity is essential, and the line between personal and professional continues to blur. These changes present a unique opportunity for business leaders, governments and society to reimagine how work gets done, reshape the workforce and empower people wherever they work.
Wherever you are, our passionate community of solvers is here to help you design and execute a new strategy. Combining capabilities across markets and organisational specialties, guided by employment regulations and powered by the latest cloud-based data, analytics and reporting tools, we are ready to help you turn today’s workplace challenges into new and better ways of working. With a fresh perspective and bold actions, you can build on individual strengths, drive collective performance and empower your people to deliver sustained results for your business.
Human potential is limitless — and it’s already in your organisation. At PwC, we’ve got the breadth of strategic knowledge and implementation experience to help you unleash it.
Digitalisation, globalisation, business diversification, and organisational efficiency optimisation are trending topics being discussed by many companies. Business leaders are often concerned with the scientific and rational improvement of organisational capabilities to ensure the successful implementation of the business strategy.
Talent is increasingly becoming a valuable resource for organisations to maintain a sustainable competitive advantage. To solve the problems in talent management, companies need to improve talent management systematically and make key breakthroughs.
In the new era of rapid change, leaders must make decisions on a broader scale, from holistic strategic thinking to detailed execution. Leaders must drive technology roadmaps, improve employee capabilities and engagement, and meet new demands that require strong leadership skills. This includes the ability to lead the way forward, achieve organisational goals, and ultimately lead the entire team into the future.
As a key link between business, organisation and talent, the HR function should consider ‘differentiation, servitisation and digitisation’ as an important direction and goal to effectively respond to business uncertainty.
The success of any transformation effort depends on whether and how leaders engage their culture. Culture, however, is different from other business topics: it is implicit rather than explicit, emotional rather than rational — that’s what makes it so hard to work with, but that’s also what makes it so powerful.
Bestselling author Jon Katzenbach and coauthors James Thomas and Gretchen Anderson, have written a practical guide to working with culture and tapping into a source of catalytic change within your organisation.