HRM may refer to: Why this is interesting for a Chief Digital Officer (CDO)?
New work is the new way to work in a digital world. This is the reason why it is important to Chief Digital Officer (CDO).
See also (glossary New Work): Why this is interesting for a Chief Digital Officer (CDO)?
According to Porter, Lines of Business (LoB) are the standard for structuring companies and their areas of responsibility. Examples are Sales, HR, Logistics, Production, etc. Therefore this is elementary for Chief Digital Officer (CDO). Often so-called silos or silodenks are formed, i.e. the departments do not think cross-company or cross-process. With the help of end-to-end processes, this can be broken down. In addition, the agile approach offers many possibilities to break up companies and their business areas in their silo thinking.

See also (glossary Line of Business (LOB)):
The term HRM is an abbreviation.
In the digital world Three-letter acronym (TLA) are very popular.
This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title HRM. In the case of a keyword with several meanings, the terms must be clearly distinguished so that readers can quickly find the articles belonging to them. These are so-called homonymy, homograph or polysemy. Usually at these are abbreviations which are described in more detail. Especially in regards to Chief Digital Officer (CDO), digitalization and digital transformation.
Following abbreviations are also in this glossary:
For more abbreviations regarding HRM please refer to HRM.


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