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  • Titill er á ensku The times they are a-changing : talent management for future work
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    The times they are a-changing maybe now more than ever. Today's companies must be agile, flexible, and highly adaptable to respond to the rapid changes that are taking place in the world. Their mindset needs to be shifted from survival to thrive. Many companies are moving to a project-driven model with a flexible network of teams, as society is heading towards a gig economy and increased projectification. From the employees' perspective, they are likely more eager to work for companies that give them a sense of belonging and well-being and help them grow and offer opportunities. In any case, companies will have to build a culture that embraces personal growth and professional development for their workers. They can achieve this, for example, by providing employees with opportunities to upskill, reskill, and by allowing for increased internal mobility. Many companies are starting to invest in specific IT and even AI solutions so their workforce can find the opportunities that they aspire for within the company. This development is the way ahead for companies who want to thrive and hold on to their knowledge workers and enhance a more competent workforce. This development is fascinating but not without ethical challenges. The paper gives insights into the current state of this development and speculates where it might be heading.

  • 23.6.2021

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