HR Technology

Survey finds employers unprepared on technology front. A new study has found that most chief people officers (CPOs) know they need new skills to meet the demand of their role, but few are prepared, citing a lack of development and investment from the C-suite. The study is from HR People + Strategy (the Society for Human Resource Managements Executive Network of business and thought leaders) and Willis Towers Watson, a global advisory and solutions company. The study, based on direct input from more than 500 executives, examined key changes shaping the CPO role, and one of the findings related to technology in particular. The study found just 36% of respondents are prepared to think about how technology can be used to execute work in the future. Just 26% of the respondents said they have the technical acumen to evaluate new technologies. Read More...