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HANGE
C
e
is th

NEW NORMAL

Presented By:
Lisa Slayton, M.S. HRM,
CEG, Consultant
“Those that choose to build their present
out of the images of the past will miss the
opportunities of the future.”
-- Win...
Technology and Innovation…
… They ARE the evolution.
• It took 38 years for the invention of the
radio to reach millions o...
Today Everything is Faster and Better
• A video on YouTube can reach over a billion
people in a matter of seconds
• The av...
• The past 2 years have seen the
equivalent of 10 years of change
• The next 10 years will see the
equivalent of 100 years...
In the Year 2020 We DO Know:
• Leap Year
• Olympics – 32nd year
Future Predictions
• 7.43 Billion People
• Average person changes jobs 11 times by 38 years
of age
• 60% of workforce doin...
Future Predictions
• Conducting business online using personal avatars
• We will be growing replacement skin and bones
• 2...
One Fact Remains

No matter
tter what
No maindustry
what
ustry we’re in,
ind we’re in,
will e
wewillbbe
we
y
impacted bby
...
What are the Implications?
• For our businesses?
• For our marketing?
• Our logistics?
• Our staff?
• Our bottom line?
The time to ask questions is not
in the future. IT IS NOW!
The Future – Not a Continuation of the Present

PERCEPTION
PERCEPTION

re
u tu
F

Future
nt
se
Pre
46
19

1970s
nt
ese
Pr
...
Business Trends – Envisioning the Future
• Climate Change
• Science and technology producing massive
changes
• Globalizati...
Results =
Constant CHANGE
What about the future challenges of HR?
2010 SHRM Global Survey
C-Suite executives believe their two biggest
challenges through 2020 will be:
1.Attracting the bes...
HR Futurists Believe HR Challenges will be:

1. Aging population
– 3-4 generations of workers
– Boomers working longer

1....
HR Futurists Believe HR Trends will be:
• Globalization will require network-based
knowledge sharing and collaboration
• C...
Jobs of the Future
Rule of Thumb: 60% of the jobs 10 years
from now haven’t been invented yet.
•Avatar Designers
•3D Print...
HR’s Role…Change Champion of:

alent
T

Culture

Leadership
2012 SHRM Study
Challenges Facing HR Executives Over the
Next 10 Years
•Four bodies of knowledge rated as most
important:
...
Most Important Responsibility of HR in the Future

Your

Prepare

For

Organization

CHANGE
HOW?
Become a futurist!
Anticipate change!
Be the change champion!
With Great Change Comes Chaos

CHAOS
Rules

Structure
Re
sh
ap
in
g

Speed

Renewed
Community

Systematic Change

Source: ...
The Cost of Chaos
• Stress
• Culture Clash – Polarization
• Turnover
• Withdrawal – loss of productivity
We believe that human choice
is the biggest driver of change.
We can CHOOSE to change
our behavior.
WRONG! (studies prove this)
-- Joseph Grenny
Change Anything
I know I SHOULD change
I WANT to change
I DON’T change
It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. It takes 26
conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. It...
Managing Change
Change is the
“New Normal.”
Embrace it!
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  1. 1. HANGE C e is th NEW NORMAL Presented By: Lisa Slayton, M.S. HRM, CEG, Consultant
  2. 2. “Those that choose to build their present out of the images of the past will miss the opportunities of the future.” -- Winston Churchill
  3. 3. Technology and Innovation… … They ARE the evolution. • It took 38 years for the invention of the radio to reach millions of people • It took 13 years for TV to reach a mass of 50 million people • It took 4 years for the PC to reach 50 million people
  4. 4. Today Everything is Faster and Better • A video on YouTube can reach over a billion people in a matter of seconds • The average 21 year old has spent 20,000 hours or 833 days watching TV • 10,000 hours or 416 days playing video games • 10,000 hours or 416 days on the cell phone • Has sent over 250,000 emails and texts
  5. 5. • The past 2 years have seen the equivalent of 10 years of change • The next 10 years will see the equivalent of 100 years of change • What can we expect in the next 2 – 10 years?
  6. 6. In the Year 2020 We DO Know: • Leap Year • Olympics – 32nd year
  7. 7. Future Predictions • 7.43 Billion People • Average person changes jobs 11 times by 38 years of age • 60% of workforce doing jobs not yet created in industries that we haven’t yet begun to imagine • Largest English speaking country in the world will be China • Keyboard and the mouse will be dead • Robots – learn and repeat any task in 90 seconds
  8. 8. Future Predictions • Conducting business online using personal avatars • We will be growing replacement skin and bones • 25% of all cancers will be tamed • Computers will be fast enough to mimic the brain • 3D printing • The first person to live to 300 is already alive • Zillions of devices will be wired to the Internet
  9. 9. One Fact Remains No matter tter what No maindustry what ustry we’re in, ind we’re in, will e wewillbbe we y impacted bby impacted CHANGE! change!
  10. 10. What are the Implications? • For our businesses? • For our marketing? • Our logistics? • Our staff? • Our bottom line?
  11. 11. The time to ask questions is not in the future. IT IS NOW!
  12. 12. The Future – Not a Continuation of the Present PERCEPTION PERCEPTION re u tu F Future nt se Pre 46 19 1970s nt ese Pr 6 194 2008 1990s 2010 2001 2003 1980s REALITY REALITY Source: Carolyn Corbin, Leadership 4.0
  13. 13. Business Trends – Envisioning the Future • Climate Change • Science and technology producing massive changes • Globalization • Alternative energy • Healthcare innovation • Changing labor market: aging population, continued rightsizings, skills shortage
  14. 14. Results = Constant CHANGE
  15. 15. What about the future challenges of HR?
  16. 16. 2010 SHRM Global Survey C-Suite executives believe their two biggest challenges through 2020 will be: 1.Attracting the best people to the organization 2.Retaining and rewarding the best people
  17. 17. HR Futurists Believe HR Challenges will be: 1. Aging population – 3-4 generations of workers – Boomers working longer 1. Skilled labor shortage 2. Continued “rightsizing” 3. Virtual workforce increasing
  18. 18. HR Futurists Believe HR Trends will be: • Globalization will require network-based knowledge sharing and collaboration • Continued growth of social media • Thinking “post” baby boomer revolution • Getting to know Generation Z (born 1980 to present) • 50% unemployment • The project work lifestyle
  19. 19. Jobs of the Future Rule of Thumb: 60% of the jobs 10 years from now haven’t been invented yet. •Avatar Designers •3D Printing Specialists •Wind Turbine Repair Techs •Organ Agents •Octogenarian Service Providers
  20. 20. HR’s Role…Change Champion of: alent T Culture Leadership
  21. 21. 2012 SHRM Study Challenges Facing HR Executives Over the Next 10 Years •Four bodies of knowledge rated as most important: – Strategic business management – Talent management – CHANGE management – Workforce planning and employment
  22. 22. Most Important Responsibility of HR in the Future Your Prepare For Organization CHANGE
  23. 23. HOW?
  24. 24. Become a futurist! Anticipate change! Be the change champion!
  25. 25. With Great Change Comes Chaos CHAOS Rules Structure Re sh ap in g Speed Renewed Community Systematic Change Source: Carolyn Corbin, Leadership 4.0
  26. 26. The Cost of Chaos • Stress • Culture Clash – Polarization • Turnover • Withdrawal – loss of productivity
  27. 27. We believe that human choice is the biggest driver of change. We can CHOOSE to change our behavior.
  28. 28. WRONG! (studies prove this) -- Joseph Grenny Change Anything
  29. 29. I know I SHOULD change I WANT to change I DON’T change
  30. 30. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. It takes 26 conscious It to make 26 conscious repetitions takesor break a habit. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or repetitionstakes make orrepetitions to make or break a habit. It to 26 conscious break a break a habit. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. habit. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit. It takes 26 conscious repetitions to make or break a habit.
  31. 31. Managing Change
  32. 32. Change is the “New Normal.” Embrace it!
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