The HR Product Manager in The Emerging HR Data Department

The HR Product Manager in The Emerging HR Data Department
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“It’s the inherent benefits of a unified data asset, coupled with reduced costs and increased employee satisfaction that will drive the emergence of a new role: The HR Product Manager.” - John Sumser

 

The HR Product Manager in
The Emerging HR Data Department

 

A shepherd for a dizzying array of tools and operational complexity in a landscape dotted with legal and cultural landmines.

 

To better understand this topic please read last week’s article, The Emerging HR Data Department.

 

Digital transformation has failed to deliver on either the digital or transformation parts of the promise. The reasons are many. In HR, the problem is largely caused by the way that functions are siloed and separated. Managing the value of the overall people-data asset, combined with the desire to deliver a uniform level of experience quality, will drive the emergence of a single conversational interface.

 

It’s the inherent benefits of a unified data asset, coupled with reduced costs and increased employee satisfaction that will drive the emergence of a new role: The HR Product Manager.

 

Currently, HR is managed as a series of loosely federated spheres of influence. Employees attempting to interact are

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