Will the Gig Economy be the Death of HR? – HRZone

hrzoneHRZone have just published an article I wrote for them on the HR and organisational dimension of the increased use of sovereign professionals: interims, freelancers and contractors.

The piece was enhanced by some insightful observations from my IIM colleague, Ad van der Rest.  As both co-Chair of the Institute of Interim Management and a practicing Interim HR Director, Ad sees both sides of the organisation / individual interface and gave me some valuable insights for which I’m most grateful.

I am interested to see what people think.  Do you agree that there is a huge opportunity for HR to drive strategic impact or is it truly the death of HR?

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About Andrew Munro

An independent business consultant, interim manager and writer, Andrew operates through his company, Burning Pine Ltd (http://burningpine.com).
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One Response to Will the Gig Economy be the Death of HR? – HRZone

  1. Pingback: Why Doesn’t HR Lead Change? – Brad Power, HBR | Andrew Munro's Blog

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