On November 14, @shrmnextchat chatted with Leadership and HR technology expert, and author of “Digital HR: A Guide to Technology-Enabled Human Resources” Deborah Waddill @deborahwaddill.
Posts Tagged HR strategy
As trends in technology continue to impact how organizations manage talent, learning and knowledge, HR must be in front of the trends to ensure the creation of smart HR technology strategies that will accomplish organizational goals.
We live in an age where technology is shaping the way people live and work. From automation and artificial intelligence to team collaboration, leadership and social media, digitalization is creating unique expectations from employees and unprecedented challenges for HR.
Extracted from the SHRM report: Does Having HR Report to Finance Influence Investments in HR?
Two years ago, the Korn Ferry Institute suggested that HR’s evolution hinged on our profession’s decision “to be or not to be strategic.” Today, this is no longer a question.
“Identify your strategy team, book a conference room, bring markers, coffee and candy — and write down everything.” – Mark Stelzner
This was the roll-up-your-sleeves approach that Mark Stelzner, founder and managing principal at IA HR, recommended as he spoke about “Creating Your HR Technology Strategy” at Human Resource Executive’s 18th Annual HR Technology Conference & Exposition.
“Find buttons we can push to make a change overall.” - Ben Eubanks (@beneubanks), Analyst, Brandon Hall Group
SHRM CEO, Hank Jackson
HR professionals bring specific experience and knowledge to an organization that the senior executives often don't have. Areas such as benefits strategies, training and development, employer branding, and succession planning are often pushed to the bottom of the company agenda, without thought to the amount that these aspects contribute to organizational effectiveness.
HR pros are always looking for effective ways to accomplish their organization’s talent management strategies. The problem is finding the time to plan and implement a strategy while keeping up with daily administrative tasks.
A smart talent strategy is critical for any organization. The key is to determine where your organization has needs and to find creative ways to address them.
Research shows where HR should focus to make improvements
Lack of strategy, cultural awareness and solutions to manage an increasingly diverse, mobile employee population are keeping many companies from building a workforce that will meet their future business objectives, according to research released Sept. 10, 2014.