Interventional HR cannot be divorced from the realities of ownership, culture and other contexts of the organisation. Thus, the need for transformational HR is greater than ever, in this ever more competitive environment with VUCA (Volatility, Uncertainty, Complexity and Ambiguity) in all areas, This requires HR professionals to create organizational capabilities to match strategic intents, engage people fully in the business and move ideas quickly across borders.
This training will focus on developing participants understanding on the extent to which transformational HR can impact on organizational performance and survival, HR intervention is about driving business results and hence this course will help delegates deliver more than just basic administration but more on transformation efforts designed to improve HR functionality and services that will align to corporate goals and strategies.
At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:
- Define growth strategy
- Build and defend a reputation among external and internal stakeholders
- Understand the business context and develop plans to achieve competitive advantage
- Align roles, activities and systems to achieve desired outcomes
- Redefine the metrics of success: how and why organisations use metrics and analytics
- Develop a model that attracts and retains talents
- Understand the importance of business models
Key Discussion Points
- Roadmap to Strategic HR
- Understanding global trends in HR Transformation
- HR Transformation and organizational realities in developing context.
- HR Design
- HR Accountabilities
- Need of HR strategy with organizational strategy
- Strategic human resource implications on a business plan
- The Business Partner model – Examine the five HR processes through a strategic Lens
- Translating Strategy into Business Models
- Formation of Strategic objectives
- Mission Statement Creation
- Impact of HR analytics on organizational decisions