Is your company one of the lucky ones with enough staff? Congratulations, then you are pretty much on your own. Because for many companies and businesses, the depleted labour market poses an existential challenge. Companies are now reacting, for example, by either extremely simplifying application processes or specifically looking for skills instead of degrees. And then there is the third way: the targeted development of certain knowledge and skills among existing staff. [Read more…]
Up and down the country, digitalisation is being bandied about as the new panacea in administrative buildings, public authorities and small and medium-sized enterprises. Because they all suffer from the same deficiency disease: too few workers.
Let me first clarify what I mean by digitalisation. After all, the term is often used in the same breath as automation. But digitalisation is not about Industry 4.0 or the automation of production processes. Digitisation means the intelligent use of digital tools to create space for something new. Digitalisation is not a megatrend, according to the Zukunftsinstitut, but has points of contact with all currently observable megatrends.
I have already written about HR work several times. Today I would like to take it a step further and build a bridge to corporate strategy. In my opinion, this should be much more in the foreground of personnel search than is often the case. You can find out why in this blog post. [Read more…]
Small and medium-sized enterprises have proven their flexibility and innovative strength time and again in the past. They are more agile than large companies, decision-making processes are shorter. The task now is to play to these strengths in order to find strategically sound solutions for the weaknesses that have become apparent in recent years. Here are some ideas that might be worth thinking about. [Read more…]
“Same procedure as last year? Same procedure as every year…” Who doesn’t know these legendary lines from “Dinner for one”? But they cannot be applied to business models, especially not in such turbulent times as today. [Read more…]