A New Approach to Global Human Resources Transformation
People and talent issues are widely recognized as critical to business success in both good and bad economic times. When economies worsen, the executive committee often cites people issues such as workforce management, retention, organization restructuring and employee engagement as top issues. As economies recover, responding to changing business demands and the evolving role of Human Resources (HR) become top priorities.
Human Capital principals Robin Lissak, Jason Geller, Marty DiMarzio and Consultant Ethel Neo, Deloitte Consulting LLP, explore this topic in a recently published byline article in the IHRIM Journal. In “A New Approach to Global Human Resources Transformation,” the authors focus on a new global HR transformation approach and discuss:
- An overview of a business-driven HR transformation approach, which focuses on understanding the key business priorities and driving consensus with executive leadership
- Making the case for business-driven HR due to talent challenges on the business agenda and C-suite’s demand for a strategic HR partner
- Alignment across the C-suite of the key components that underpin a successful business-driven HR transformation
- A case study of business-driven HR transformation in action and the value added to the business
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