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“HR transformation” is dead. Long live disruptive HR – How we evolve to next generation HR

This article summarizes why the HR function needs a next stage of evolution. The approaches that we have developed and used over the last decades and no longer “fit for purpose” for a future that is going to be dramatically different.

We will need to do a few things:

• Correct the mistakes in the HR models and approaches that are currently most prevalent
• Learn from the future (“not from the past”)
• Embrace technology in an unprecedented manner
About the author
Ruud Rikhof is co-founder of KennedyFitch and a Human Resources executive with 25+ years of experience with IBM, Novartis, Bristol-Myers Squibb, The Nuance Group, UBS and SHV (one of the largest family owned company in the Netherlands). He has worked in global, regional and local roles and served client populations of up to 20.000 employees and led HR teams of 50+ HR Business Partners and was based in Amsterdam, Vienna, London, Munich, Basel and Zurich. At KennedyFitch he focuses predominantly on executive search for the Human Resources Function.

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