Why are HR and Innovation still mutually exclusive in an interdependent employment landscape?
GIBS HR for Corporate Innovation Breakfast on the 9th May 2016
In this competitive world, innovation is seen as a key competitive advantage for most businesses to stay ahead of the pack. Concurrently, most companies claim that their Human Capital is their most important asset. Why is it then that these two scenarios fail to interconnect?
This is an extremely prevalent question in today’s changing employment landscape. If HR fails to adapt and innovate, businesses fail to adapt and innovate and they will then ultimately fall short of their competitors.
Roy Clark Managing Director of Clarkhouse Human Capital will be taking an in-depth look at what is keeping HR and businesses from innovating, what obstacles HR continually face when it comes to innovation, how businesses can address this problem and what steps need to be taken to make this innovation leap.
Join Roy Clark in unpacking this radical question, and what it means for your business at the GIBS HR for Corporate Innovation Talk in the Rethinking the Business of HR Breakfast Series.
Further speakers include Stacey-Lee Bolon, Innovation Manager of FNB; Candice Mathews of Standard Bank and Bianca Bosch, Innovation Manager, Totem Africa, with the Moderator being Dr Jeff Y-J Chen, GIBS Faculty.
Book your seats early to avoid disappointment, please click here to register online
Date: Monday, 9 May 2016
Time: 07:15 – 10:30 (networking breakfast before the presentation)
Venue: GIBS campus, 26 Melville Road, Illovo, Sandton
Fee: R950 per person