Preparing for HR's Next Frontier

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The future of human resources must look different than its past. This is certain. Advances in technology, radical demographics shifts, and globalization have already dramatically impacted the work of human resources. And more big change is coming.

In May 2013, a group of forty leaders from both the corporate human resources and consulting ranks, came together for a two-day think tank. Their challenge? To “re-imagine the role of Human Resources.” The result of the project is a compelling vision for the future for HR’s work and four imperatives that HR must meet to successfully navigate this emerging frontier.

Join us for this webinar with Jason Lauritsen, CEO of Talent Anarchy and co-facilitator of The Frontier Project, to learn more about how this group imagined HR’s next frontier and how to prepare yourself with the knowledge and skills you will need to lead HR and your organization into the future.

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Preparing for HR's Next Frontier

  1. 1. Preparing for HR’s Next Frontier @TalentAnarchy @JasonLauritsen Jason Lauritsen jason@talentanarchy.com
  2. 2. Who is this guy?Who is this guy? Jason LauritsenJason Lauritsen CEO, Talent Anarchy Former HR Executive Consultant, Leadership Trainer, Keynote Speaker Co-author of Social Gravity
  3. 3. We build cultures that We build cultures that fuel Innovation fuel Innovation • Consulting • Training • Facilitation
  4. 4. Innovation is significant  positive change. -Scott Berkun
  5. 5. …a tale of two trends.LIFESPAN HUMANS
  6. 6. 1937 61 …a tale of two trends.LIFESPAN HUMANS
  7. 7. 2012 …a tale of two trends.LIFESPAN 1937 61 78 HUMANS
  8. 8. 2012 78 …a tale of two trends. HUMANS LIFESPAN 1937 61 CORPORATIONS
  9. 9. 2012 78 …a tale of two trends. HUMANS LIFESPAN 1937 61 CORPORATIONS 75
  10. 10. 2012 78 …a tale of two trends. HUMANS LIFESPAN 1937 61 CORPORATIONS 75 15
  11. 11. 1. Defining Great 2. Vision 3. Imperatives 4. Preparation The Next Frontier
  12. 12. What makes a work experience great?
  13. 13. Expansion of self is allowed, encouraged, and supported 1
  14. 14. Element of challengechallenge that forces one to stretch and grow 2
  15. 15. Sense of freedom and ownership for the work and its result 3
  16. 16. Emotional connection and sense of meaningmeaning4
  17. 17. Connection and camaraderie with others 5
  18. 18. Vision Create a powerful ecosystem; unleash your people to develop the business. Let your people go!
  19. 19. Conquering the Next Frontier
  20. 20. Conquering the Next Frontier Business Alignment
  21. 21. Conquering the Next Frontier Employee Lifecycle Analytics Business Alignment
  22. 22. Conquering the Next Frontier Employee Lifecycle Analytics Work Experience Design Business Alignment
  23. 23. Conquering the Next Frontier Business Alignment Employee Lifecycle Analytics Work Experience Design Employee Engagement
  24. 24. Business Alignment Create integrated strategies, processes, and metrics that anticipate the needs of the organization and enable it to meets its growth, expansion, and profit goals.
  25. 25. Use internal employee and organizational data plus meaningful external data to give decision makers insight for driving and validating action and pursuing competitive advantage. Employee Lifecycle Analytics
  26. 26. Work Experience Design Foster collaboration between people and organizations to provide a more human and productive work experience.
  27. 27. Engagement as the application of discretionary effort and resources with mutual interest in each other’s success. Employee Engagement
  28. 28. Preparing for the JourneyPreparing for the Journey
  29. 29. 1.Know the business. Preparing for the JourneyPreparing for the Journey
  30. 30. 1.Know the business. 2.Master influence and political savvy. Preparing for the JourneyPreparing for the Journey
  31. 31. 1.Know the business. 2.Master influence and political savvy. 3.Get smart about data. Preparing for the JourneyPreparing for the Journey
  32. 32. 1.Know the business. 2.Master influence and political savvy. 3.Get smart about data. 4.Know the people. Preparing for the JourneyPreparing for the Journey
  33. 33. 1.Know the business. 2.Master influence and political savvy. 3.Get smart about data. 4.Know the people. 5.Experiment and take risks. Preparing for the JourneyPreparing for the Journey
  34. 34. 1.Know the business. 2.Master influence and political savvy. 3.Get smart about data. 4.Know the people. 5.Experiment and take risks. 6.Build your tribe. Preparing for the JourneyPreparing for the Journey
  35. 35. Preparing for the JourneyPreparing for the Journey 1.Know the business. 2.Master influence and political savvy. 3.Get smart about data. 4.Know the people. 5.Experiment and take risks. 6.Build your tribe. 7.Articulate a vision.
  36. 36. We are called to be architects of the future, not its victims. Buckminster Fuller
  37. 37. Designing the Future of Work November 11-12, 2013 Houston, Texas
  38. 38. GET CONNECTED talentanarchy.com twitter.com/TalentAnarchy Jason Lauritsen jason@talentanarchy.com 402.651.4148 twitter.com/jasonlauritsen

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