It is well-established that every organization is founded with a specific purpose and goals. Virtually all business organizations obtain measurements and metrics dealing with outcomes and results. However, what is reflected on the balance sheet does not necessarily show the actual worth of the organizations and ensure their survival and sustainability. Thus, the question arises, what exactly makes the organizations sustainable and thriving in an ever-changing environment? There are several examples of companies like Faber-Castell, Bank of Ireland, Chivas, DuPont and many more which have been able to sustain and survive over more than 200 years and still have a successful existence in the present era. Thus, it is important for the organization to pay equal attention to its three bottom lines, i.e., people, profit and planet for its sustainability, which not only meet the needs of the present generation but should have a futuristic approach as well.

In the present era, organizations are adopting a new normal working dynamic and coping with the post-pandemic situations to sustain themselves in the business environment. Technology plays a significant role in this new working dynamic, and cutting-edge technologies like machine learning, artificial intelligence, blockchain,ChatGPT, Internet of Things, and much more effectively facilitate human functioning at work. The book aims to contribute to understanding and developing sustainable human resource management processes and practices aligned with recent technologies. It highlights the interconnection among the three bottom-line sustainable approaches for the growth and development of the organization.

Topics discussed in this book include:

• Disruptive Technologies and HR Sustainability

• Convergence of Innovative Technologies, HR and Organizational Growth

• Triple bottom-line Sustainability for HRM

• Business-oriented Talent analytics and HR Sustainability

• Role of Leadership in sustainable HRM practices.