Are people really your most important asset?
If so, why are they leaving in droves? Why does your “middle management” struggle to communicate and execute senior management and board strategy? Why can’t you retain your Millennial employees? How can you ensure you remain the best because – let’s face it – your strategy isn’t unique in your industry.
To face these issues, we’ve created a new theme: Humanlytics: people before data. It’s not HumanAnalytics: the science of people, this is fundamentally different. It’s about re-creating your company, re-aligning your practices and co-developing the environment to survive the onslaught of emerging technologies that are already disrupting your business.
Join us as we explore how to design your company from the perspective of a new employee. Unpack the hiring process and how you create culture expectations from advertising your first job placement. Examine your current structure – a hierarchical organization designed on industrial age principles, that quashes creativity and energy? Take a hard look at your performance systems – effective or outdated?
If you believe “lean” is the answer, you’ve only begun the journey to a Humanlytic company – you need a lot more!
As Nokia’s CEO is purported to have said when acquired by Microsoft: “We didn’t do anything wrong, but somehow, we still lost.” You don’t have to change what you’ve done over the last 10, 50 or 100 years and yet may still lose – you need to ask “How will you win?” The answer is in Humanlytics.
Humanlytics: People before data draws upon some of the best people practices from global giants like Google, SpaceX, Amazon and Zappos. It can be delivered as a keynote, ideal for conferences or strategic sessions, or as the foundation of an in-depth, mind-shifting, interactive workshop inside your company.
This keynote is passionately presented by one of Futureworld’s network of globally-recognised strategists and facilitators.