Big data and digitalization are transforming the world of work, introducing an epochal change. This wild digital phenomenon, also thanks to the introduction of 4.0 industry, is changing the relationship between workers and machines and, if properly governed, can represent a great chance for companies to attain advantages and create value. This stimulating scenario embodies a huge opportunity for HRM. It provides impulses to improve positive social change, as well as develop and adopt new digital systems and innovative organizational solutions. HR professionals can help employees use digital 4.0 modes to manage, organize and drive change. To address this opportunity, HRM 4.0 has to collaborate with IT, spread an agile mind to execute projects, adopt design thinking and use integrated analytics. This paper presents an organizational model based on a technology platform designed for business workers and able to fill the gap between own skills and the request from the labour market. A theoretical framework is proposed, based on an innovative integrated system able to implement the entire workflow of evaluation, selection and training of candidates with the final aims of allowing companies to identify, manage and build business workers’ competencies. We conclude presenting opportunities and challenges for future studies.

Managing the professional skills of the future: a model to support Competence Management

Palmi P.
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Errico F.;Fortunato L.;
2019

Abstract

Big data and digitalization are transforming the world of work, introducing an epochal change. This wild digital phenomenon, also thanks to the introduction of 4.0 industry, is changing the relationship between workers and machines and, if properly governed, can represent a great chance for companies to attain advantages and create value. This stimulating scenario embodies a huge opportunity for HRM. It provides impulses to improve positive social change, as well as develop and adopt new digital systems and innovative organizational solutions. HR professionals can help employees use digital 4.0 modes to manage, organize and drive change. To address this opportunity, HRM 4.0 has to collaborate with IT, spread an agile mind to execute projects, adopt design thinking and use integrated analytics. This paper presents an organizational model based on a technology platform designed for business workers and able to fill the gap between own skills and the request from the labour market. A theoretical framework is proposed, based on an innovative integrated system able to implement the entire workflow of evaluation, selection and training of candidates with the final aims of allowing companies to identify, manage and build business workers’ competencies. We conclude presenting opportunities and challenges for future studies.
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