People are essential to the success of your organisation – more so than any other business factor. Therefore, when changing your business, the transformation process must start with your employees.
The transformation process is continuous and often involves organisations improving specific business results by way of efficiency, effectiveness and digitalisation. When achieving these results, our HR specialists believe it is useful to address personnel skills by focussing on unique human qualities and needs.
Our approach to people transformation is based on six of these deep-rooted human needs: participation, creativity, adaptability, identity, freedom and understanding. You can thus exploit the full potential of your employees by integrating these needs into your business operations. If people management is based on these needs, it makes your employees more committed to improving their performance and transforming your organisation.
The way in which work is carried out in every sector is changing due to technological developments like artificial intelligence, robotics and neurotechnology. As technology replaces manual work, your employees will have to further distinguish themselves using typically human characteristics like creativity. We also consider these developments in the transformation process so a sustainable outcome can be realised.
To achieve a successful transformation, your employees must be committed to the vision and goals of your organisation. Effective teams base their activities on the preferences of their customers, are empowered by their leaders and are inspired by each other. Which steps will you be taking together with your employees? We will be pleased to offer ideas about how people in your organisation can help to realise your transformation process.
Senior consultant, PwC Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0)88 792 40 37
Senior Manager, PwC Netherlands
Tel: +31 (0)88 792 76 14
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