A Post-graduate Degree in Talent Management
As we exit the twilight of the industrial century, traditional management paradigms and practices are rapidly becoming obsolete. In a global economy marked by continuous change, disintermediation and hyper-competition, organizations need new frameworks, tools and practices that unlock the potential in their workforce.
HCI courses provide the rigor and intellectual challenge of strategic concepts, along with the systemic knowledge and tools for immediate practical application. Traditional market leaders are challenged on every side, and new competitors are entering the market every day. HCI Education offers the new paradigms and practices required to compete effectively in the decades ahead.
Sustainable Competitive Advantage and Growth
HCI Education teaches leaders and organizations to:
- Integrate human capital and business strategy
- Create a talent framework that spans the silos of HR, OD and the Line
- Transform industrial-era management into knowledge economy leadership
- Imbed effective new talent management practices across the organization
- Drive learning that enables innovation and continuous change
- Achieve sustainable competitive advantage and growth
Personal and Organizational Transformation
Talent Management is a new business science that represents critical knowledge for leaders at every level of the enterprise. HCI Educational programs span the silos of HR, OD/Learning and the Line, and help executives and organizations drive a human capital paradigm and talent practices that result in a high-performance culture. In the process, we help traditional managers become talent leaders, and transform century-old management models into talent-driven innovation and game-changing results. Insight, Tools and Next Practices
HCI educational programs deliver fresh insight, tools and next practices across the lifecycle of talent management and leadership. Courses are continually updated with new research, case studies and insight from HCI Online Talent Communities, and participants are connected to peers, instructors and advisors through discussion groups and social networks.