In light of the worldwide digital transformation, CEOs of companies are rethinking the HR function and the role of its leader, the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO). This position plays a substantial role in the operating committee and contributing informed opinions on the future of the business and how the organization operates to reach its business objectives. This person should be thinking digital and should be able to use data and analytics to inform the executive team on everything from recruiting ability to retention to workforce planning and analysis. Perhaps one of the most critical needs of the CEO and Boards is employee development and succession planning. Having a system in place that supports remote learning is critical and CHROs are increasingly looking at an integrated tech option that enables a linking of performance, development, and mobility.