Groundbreaking and even modest HR technology projects can face tough odds after they are rolled out, and success is far from guaranteed. In short, if these new tools and solutions cannot get employee buy in, they could be destined to fail. In fact, according to research presented by Josh Bersin, global industry analyst and keynote speaker at the HR Tech Conference, 42% of HR tech projects fail after two years.
What it means for HR leaders
“We are competing for the eyeballs of the employers,” Bersin said to tech developers in his Wednesday keynote titled “HR Technology Reinvented: The Big Shift Towards