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In a 2012 survey conducted by Arberdeen Research on nearly 300 companies, a staggering 70% of HR and business respondents felt that the top most important skill for the HR leader of the future was to connect HR initiatives with business priorities. Other skills such as "understanding the organization's industry and customers" were the next frequently cited ones.
In other words, the business needs HR to understand how value is created.
As organizations struggle to make sure that they stay ahead of the competition, can HR also play a strategic role beyond "just hiring someone" to provide direction, data and insight to help organizations develop?
Read about how the top performers or "Best-in-Class" organizations are trying to build value in their HR and follow the mantra that "getting talent right is getting business right"!