Hr Vision Amsterdam 2017
Over the last year there has been real change. Some change was planned and expected. But we also experienced monumental change that we never envisaged happening. From the political world, to the technological, all aspects of the workplace either have, or will be affected by the actions of 2016. No one can avoid the inevitable tidal wave of new tools and applications, nor escape the ever growing expectations of the new savvy generation in the workplace.
But change is good. With change brings the ability to innovate. HR will be given the creative
license to determine their role and carve out their own path of collaboration with technology and machines to create a harmonious and high performing workplace. HR must evolve, as the risk of becoming obsolete is high, but rather than spell the end of the human resources function, opportunities for growth will be embodied.
As always, trends from the past year will continue to play a part in forming 2017’s future. With an ever competitive working landscape, employers are continuously searching for ways to distinguish themselves as a top company to work for, and that comes down to culture. Ranging from health and wellbeing, both mental and physical, to organisational design, to fostering innovation, to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace, to developing social leaders, to being a learning organisation, no company wants to be left behind in securing the best possible candidates. The need to adopt a continuous innovation model will be critical to this in 2017.
Full delegate participation package: EUR 2499
Delegate ticket: EUR 1999
Speakers Fiona Mullan, Facebook, Michael Gambs, Swarovski, Pamela Hutchinson, Bloomberg, Alfonso Aunon Garcia, Heineken and etc.
Category: Conferences / Business & Economics / Human Resources