Prepare your organization for what's coming around the corner via insights from i4cp's next practice research, the i4cp Thought Leader Consortium, and other industry experts. Read their predictions for 2017, and the implications for HR, below.

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Jay Jamrog
Critical Questions to Ponder in 2017 and Beyond
By Jay Jamrog
Futurist and Co-Founder, i4cp
Sue Meisinger
What the Trump Administration's Impact Will Be on HR
By Sue Meisinger
Author and former President & CEO, SHRM
John Boudreau
Lead the Boundary-less Talent Ecosystem Beyond Employment
By John Boudreau
Professor, U. of Southern California, Marshall School of Business
China Gorman
The Humanity of Middle Managers
By China Gorman
Thought leader and former CEO, Great Place to Work Institute
Kevin Oakes
Shut the F*** Up & Listen
By Kevin Oakes
CEO, i4cp
Kurt Fischer
What Not to Ignore in 2017: Culture
By Kurt Fischer
i4cp Board Chair and former CHRO, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Joe Santana
Top Talent Challenges in 2017
By Joe Santana
i4cp Board Chair and former CDO, Siemens
Amy Kates
The Ability to Navigate Complex Organizations
By Amy Kates and Greg Kesler
Managing Partner, Kates Kesler Organization Consulting
Beverly Kaye
Rediscover the Power of the IDP
By Beverly Kaye
Founder, Career Systems International
Elliott Masie
Learning Recommendations in the Age of Curation
By Elliott Masie
Founder, The MASIE Center
Cher Murphy
Betting on Humanity and the Need for Psychological Safety
By Cher Murphy
Chief Talent Officer, i4cp
John Cone
Making It Personal: The Voluntary Employee
By John Coné
i4cp Board Chair and former CLO, Dell
Patti Phillips
Uncertainty Calls for Resource Optimization - Not Elimination
By Patti Phillips
President & CEO, ROI Institute
Pat Wright
The Talent Challenge: Recognizing All of What Constitutes Talent
By Patrick Wright
Professor, U. of South Carolina, Darla Moore School of Business
Mark Englizian
The One Key Talent Issue Businesses Can’t Ignore in 2017
By Mark Englizian
i4cp Board Chair and former CHRO, Walgreens
Kevin Wilde
2017: The Year of Joyfully Backing Off
By Kevin Wilde
i4cp Advisor and former CLO, General Mills
Ed Lawler
Put Talent First
By Ed Lawler
Distinguished Professor, U. of Southern California, Marshall School of Business