Posted by & filed under Business Intelligence, Change Management, Human Resources, IT Strategy, Productivity Paradox, Web 2.0.

The IT Revolution changed the world as we know it, creating a highly competitive, interconnected and globalized environment.  But its true success lies in the second phase of the Revolution: the ability of human beings to embrace change, adapt the technology, and optimize productivity.  Now that the solutions are primarily in human beings, rather than the tools, HR professionals play a key role in building an IT savvy personnel.

Source: Financial Post

Date: November 1, 2010

Link: http://www.financialpost.com/executive/smart-shift/making+Revolution+work/3759313/story.html – ixzz14KMdsuby

Questions for discussion:

  • An IBM study predicts that within the next six years, work will not be centered on an individual organization but on a community of people.  How does external collaboration increase productivity?
  • What is the “productivity paradox?”
  • How can social media technologies achieve once-unimagined levels of employee innovation?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.