Will the New Decade Catch Your Organization in the Past?

Will the New Decade Catch Your Organization in the Past?

2019-12-09T20:05:13+00:00

Don’t be Left Behind

We’re in the final few weeks of the year, moving into the start of a new decade. Like us, you may be wondering what changes are headed our way that will impact the work we do. And the bigger question is… are we set up to be ready for them?

Here are three themes that are capturing attention, and we’ve added quick links to article you might find interesting.

Theme 1: How will innovative, agile organizations need to manage staff performance?

Theme 2: How do organizations manage a “liquid workforce”?

Theme 3: How will the need for technological skills measure against other skill areas?

Let’s take a look in more detail (see graphics and links below):

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THEME 1

How will innovative, agile organizations need to manage staff performance? We think this McKinsey article gets it right:

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THEME 2

How do organizations manage a “liquid workforce”? The term “liquid workforce” is becoming synonymous with future-ready organizations.

Managers still form an indispensable part of the workforce. However, their roles have changed. Considering the autonomy teams have, managers’ responsibilities have been narrowed down to two essential tasks:

  1. To continuously convey vision and directions;
  2. Facilitate an environment that brings out the best in the teams.

Source: Accenture-Insights

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THEME 3

How will the need for technological skills measure against other skill areas?

While the demand for technological skills has been growing since 2002, it will gather pace in the 2016 to 2030 period. The increase in the need for social and emotional skills will similarly accelerate. By contrast, the need for both basic cognitive skills and physical and manual skills will decline.

Source McKinsey & Company

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Interesting times are ahead and I look forward to continued discussions with others on how they’re meeting opportunities and challenges within their organizations. I’d like to hear your thoughts!

Rachelle Lee – President Einblau & Associates

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