Reinventing the world of work: Is your organisation fit for the future?
It’s an extremely challenging time to be in business. The World Economic Forum coined the term ‘polycrisis’ to articulate the scale of the problems we face today. With recession, record inflation, the cost of living crisis, the climate emergency, social instability, technology disruption, and post-pandemic changes to working practices, every organisation is exposed every day to massive risk.
PwC’s Annual Global CEO Survey found that 40% of global CEOs think their organisation will no longer be economically viable ten years from now, with most agreeing it’s critically important to reinvent their business for the future. At this time of great uncertainty, the key question is how?
While each organisation will have its own strategies and plans, central to all successful transformation are people. Whatever change you need to achieve, ensuring the cooperation and support of your workforce is essential. This is a challenge at any time, but in the current context, individuals are feeling the impacts of the crises as much as organisations. There must be alignment between employee and organisational need.
Enter the human organisation, which meets the expectations and ambitions of employees, empowers them to bring their best selves to work every day, connects them with each other, opens them to new ideas, and frees them up to use their imagination and skills to enable successful and sustainable business transformation.
To learn more about how being a human organisation can help you survive and thrive, download our essential guide: its five big insights and ten recommendations can help you harness the power of your people and transform your business for future success.