People are the most critical thing that differentiates one organization from another.
The main function of HR does not change, to manage the most invaluable asset in their organization -People. HR mandate has been and still seems to be to staff the company's positions with the best available talent in the best possible conditions of costs and delays, and to make sure it manages attrition at a rate that is consistent with the company's HR fundamentals. Although many HRs have a very good understanding of technology and how it can impact their operations, most of them are at their tipping point for radical digital transformation. What’s the focal point and which challenge they have to overcome for transforming their organizations as a Digital Master?
People are still the most invaluable asset of business, which need to be managed effectively; and the second valuable asset of business -Data needs to be well managed as well in order to unleash talent potential and improve business productivity. Hence, HR has to work closely with IT and other departments for upgrading the tailored technology system and solutions, laser focus on the ultimate business goals, treat their talent people not just as a cost or resource; but as asset and capital to invest in, in order to run a digital HR, a smart HR and a highly mature HR.