HR cannot transform itself alone

HR cannot transform itself alone
Seniors are reinforcing the need to stay safe, to extend support to colleagues across borders, and to demonstrate empathetic resilience and agility, in order to focus on client work that is most important, and reprioritize work that is not client critical.

Do you feel that business leaders and HR’s focus is now back on people? What are the possible reasons for change in this paradigm shift?

DR HR has never been more necessary for organisations than now, with the Pandemic still reigning large, to pave the ways for change. The competitive forces that managers face today and will continue to confront in the future demand organisational excellence. The efforts to achieve such excellence-through a focus on learning, quality, teamwork, and reengineering-are driven by the way organisations get things done and how they treat their people. Those are fundamental HR issues. To state it plainly: achieving organisational excellence must therefore be the work of HR.

Having said so, it must also be definitely stated here that a new agenda for HR has to be drawn up to affect the above, one that would be a radical departure from the role that HR generally plays today. In most companies today, HR is sanctioned...

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Debjani Roy

Chief Human Resource Officer at Mind Your Fleet, (Kromozones Software Pvt. Ltd.), New Delhi

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