As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, 61% of company executives in the world are concentrating on business transformation, which is twice as much as in the period before the crisis, according to a study by the auditing company Deloitte.
The company’s statement states that managers are focused on restructuring the business through optimization of human resources and design of work, which is based on the strengths and advantages of employees.
More than 3,600 executives in 96 countries participated in the survey.
The three most important factors for business transformation were organizational culture (45 percent of respondents), workforce ability (41 percent), and technology (35 percent), which must work together for an organization to put together effective superteams.
A survey on global human resource trends for 2021 found that 17 percent of executives said their companies would focus on preparing plans for uncertain events with major consequences in the future.
Nearly half of executives pointed out that their companies intend to focus on more scenarios, while 72 percent cited “people’s ability to adapt, retrain and take on new roles” as a priority for better coping in future disorders.
“The coronavirus pandemic has shown the resilience of employees. The employees are ready to take on additional tasks, in order to achieve the set goals, “said the manager in Deloitte’s consulting sector, Ivan Stefanović.
Leaders of large companies that have begun to restructure their business have identified obstacles that should be overcome, such as too many conflicting priorities in 57 percent of cases, lack of readiness (43 percent) and lack of vision for the future in 27 percent of cases, the survey showed.
Stefanović pointed out that the global pandemic brought out the best from a number of managers and organizations, and a good number of executive directors showed an unprecedented level of transparency and empathy.
The report showed that managers are gradually abandoning the idea of optimization solely through automation, as well as focusing more on the integration of people and technology, to ensure their complementarity and the progress of the organization.
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