We are witnessing global crises due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We all are pumped up more than before to stay fit, healthy, and productive by functioning remotely or from home.
The whole world is moving towards digital transformation in this time. It comes with several lucrative benefits but also comes with challenges for an IT leader. And surpassing them will mean the difference between success and failure. Here’s a list of challenges any IT leader should be aware of and few important points you need to follow while handling these challenges.
In this Q&A, Violeta Matei, Business Operations Manager at Kambr, speaks about the challenges HR teams can expect amidst the COVID pandemic. She explains how to cope with them to ensure an able and productive workforce and thriving in effecting continuity, all great tips for these times. Born and raised in Bucharest, Romania, Violeta has over 7 years experience as an HR Specialist, with companies such as Société Générale and IBM. This interview has been edited for clarity and context.
In order to achieve success as an organization, you require to understand your market in addition to your competitors. Besides, understanding is power and being prepared can help you get ahead. Launching a business without understanding what to anticipate is the quickest method to be left, whether today or tomorrow! Competitive market evaluation aids you comprehend how current businesses are working as well as what you can do far better. It provides you much deeper insight into market demand for products or solutions you provide, together with the schedule and prices of products your target customers might be looking for.
Chat-bots have found their place in every industry, niche and field. Talent management, recruitment and HR are definitely no exception. With the increased workload for recruiters, companies can employ recruiter chat-bots to reduce their time spent on screening and testing and allow them more in-depth time with suitable candidates.
These days it seems like we went to sleep in one world and we woke up in a completely different world! Since the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, digital transformation is making an appearance in numerous business strategies. While factors like technology, changing human behavior and changes in business models usually drive digital transformation, a catastrophic pandemic has rapidly accelerated this.
Today, a growing number of global IT Services Companies use English as their primary language, even in countries where English is not their first language. English as a means of official communication is looked upon as a business enabler, where ideas are exchanged, viewpoints are shared, and the end goal is achieved. And herein, lies the challenge - English understanding with reference to business context, considering changing dialects from region to region.
90% of CEOs believe that digital transformation (DX) will impact their industry, but less than 15% are executing on a digital strategy right now. While such slowness and reluctance to adopt would not have had such a huge impact before COVID-19, digital transformation is now no longer a choice, but rather a crucial driver of revenue, efficiency and growth.
“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is the most adaptable to change” — Charles Darwin (1809-1882)
Recruiting top talent is an uphill task in today’s job market. As a recruiter, you need to always be on the top of your assessment game. Many recruiters complain about losing star candidates to competition just because they were a tad late to revert.