Four key roles that HR plays to drive business results
Personal competencies that build organizational capabilities
Building new 70/20/10 development portfolios
Taking action to improve HR’s capability
Previously, in the Fearless HR series, we have seen that uncertainty over purpose has thwarted HR’s effectiveness in the past, and that historical perceptions that impugn HR’s value do not stand the test of time. The evidence simply does not support these perceptions. But this does not mean that HR is ready to drive business results on a continuing basis. It is not, and HR has to get better.
Clarity of purpose drives the roles that need to be developed. Competency models tell only part of the story, and are not usually very persuasive with business leaders. This is why a new framework--the HR Capability Framework (HRCF)--is needed to achieve HR’s purpose of driving business results. Come to this webcast to hear Dave describe the HRCF and the fact that it is a hybrid model that builds both capabilities and competencies.
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In the HR industry, we are constantly being asked to quantify productivity and find more innovative ways to drive it among employees and teams. This question is increasingly important in the face of globalization and expansion, as the nuances of cultures and individuals can easily come to a head without a proper strategy to guide those shifts. So, what is the magic bullet that increases productivity and performance, and how can we leverage that?