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Changing business models in mobility

Changing business models in mobility

As business changes, organizations change. As organizations change, business changes.

As business changes, organizations change. As organizations change, business changes.

Whether to mitigate risk or gain a competitive advantage, companies continually evolve their business models. As business models evolves, organizations themselves evolve, driven and enabled by digitization and automation, and fundamental shifts in workforces. Five generations in the workforce, the one-hundred year life, and the genuine commitment to embracing inclusion and diversity as part of organizational culture are not just changing the way that organizations behave or operate, they are changing they way organizations are fundamentally structured. Further, the attitude of companies to risk – what risks they should carry and how risk should be managed – is also changing organizational structures.

Global mobility functions need to carefully consider what their departmental priorities should be, how risks are mitigated and how best to structure their teams. Many organizations are transforming to become leaner, more focused, more inclusive and more predictive in their approach.

As part of a broader initiative exploring the future of mobility, here we will dive deeper into how changing business models is impacting global mobility.

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