The world is VUCA. Everything changes. The future has never been less certain than it is today. At least, that is what we believe. The world has always been volatile, but the change comes faster. The world has always lived with uncertainty, but people lived in stable generations. The world has always been complex, but not that connected. And finally as we cannot know everything, ambiguity is part of life.
So if it’s the acceleration that is the biggest of changes. How should we cope? What are tendencies we can capture and surf on? How should we organise ourselves? What is the perfect organisation to do so? If disruption is the name of the game, should we be disruptive?
To disrupt or be disrupted, is that the question?
And what about people? What about HR? Are they really the most important and most decisive factor in this turmoil? Should we fear the jobless future? Or is doing business still about humanity?
And finally, how should the profession formerly known as HR cope with all that? What will be the hrdisruption?
As you can read, there are many questions. I will be tweeting and posting about this the coming week. I have lined up some questions, but also resources about this. Feel free to join the conversation by adding your own opinion and resources with the hashtag #hrdisruption.
Collaborative experiment on hrdisruption
This is a collaborative experiment. I will write a blog on this, next weekend. I hope to capture the spirit of the discussions in that blog that I will post on hrchitects.net.
This is a collaborative experiment. Join the hrdisruption debate and tweet or share using #hrdisruption.
If silence is my destiny, than that blog will remain empty 🙂
Practical: in the week of March 20, 2017 a series of questions and resources will be tweeted and shared on LinkedIn. You can react on those posts, or add other posts using the hashtag #hrdisruption. I will use (some of) that content in a next blog on architects. Of course I will quote appropriately. This blog will be the 200th published blog on hrchitects.net. Join the debate and let’s create a collaborative guide to hrdisruption.