The article speaks to the struggle around the adoption rate of new technology faced by many organisations, with a focus on HR technology in particular. Multiple HR leaders inputted to the article, sharing their advice on how companies can overcome this challenge.
Amongst the benefits discussed, a major driving factor for the HR function to focus on driving adoption is the value they themselves can realise in utilising such technology company wide. The effective use of HR technologies can ultimately allow HR to gain time back to focus on value-add activities and advance the function on from being seen as a data input team.
“As a function we are constantly trying to justify our case to be more strategic but we will never have any value-add as long as we’re being the transactors of data. HR tech can help us be the business partner that coaches and mentors about what the data means.” Sharon told HR Technology Supplement.
As a seasoned business transformation leader, Sharon’s advice on the subject hails from extensive and international experience in transformational change leadership, organisational development, employee engagement and empowerment.
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