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The Rules Have Changed

A thought provoking book that will compel HR leaders to revisit the way talent is managed.

One key theme that created ripples in the world of HR last year has been 'future of work'. While people contemplated on the timing of its "arrival", one thing was clear the work of the future will have no boundaries (of organisational structures, geographies)' it will be fluid. Agility will be the only constant in this ever evolving world, and with the changing social and talent

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