HR i det 21. århundrede: Udviklingstrends og nye roller

  • Brian B. Andersen Aalborg Universitet
  • Joakim S. Andersen Aalborg Universitet
  • Louise Brøns Kringelum Aalborg Universitet
Nøgleord: Strategisk HR, Best fit, Digitalisering, Teknologisk udvikling, HR-trends, Talent management, Work-life balance, Internationalisering, Vidensøkonomi, Organisatorisk udvikling

Resumé

Flere HR-afdelinger er i en transformationsproces for at gøre den værdi, de medvirker til at skabe i organisationen mere eksplicit. Samtidig har den teknologiske udvikling medvirket til en omfattende automatisering af de klassiske HR-opgaver, som skaber nye præmisser for, hvordan HR-afdelinger kan medvirke til at skabe vækst og organisatorisk succes. I indeværende artikel præsenteres de udfordringer, som HR-afdelinger står over i det 21. århundrede gennem et litteraturreview af den seneste forskning inden for HR-feltet. Gennem interviews med HR-ansvarlige i tre større danske organisationer diskuteres de fremtidige udfordringer i en dansk kontekst. Derved sættes fokus på HR’s rolle, værdiskabelse og relevans for organisationers udvikling i det 21. århundrede.

Forfatterbiografier

Brian B. Andersen, Aalborg Universitet
Brian B. Andersen er studerende ved Cand. Merc i Organisation og Strategi på Aalborg Universitet.
Joakim S. Andersen , Aalborg Universitet
Joakim S. Andersen er studerende ved Cand. Merc i Organisation og Strategi på Aalborg Universitet
Louise Brøns Kringelum , Aalborg Universitet
Louise Brøns Kringelum er adjunkt, ph.d. ved Institut for Økonomi og Ledelse på Aalborg Universitet.

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Publiceret
2020-10-18