Since HR has a unique cross-functional and global perspective of the organization’s most critical asset-the knowledge, skills and abilities of its workforce-HR leaders can create value by consulting and advising on aligning workforce assets with strategic demands. HR can also apply value chain analysis to its own business, identifying cost centers, its core competencies and activities that may be candidates for outsourcing.
It is not enough to call ourselves a strategic partner. To be a strategic partner we must focus on outcomes. In addition, HR must be credible to the business. Credibility requires different competencies and this course will focus on those competencies. At the end of the course, participants will understand how to:
The course materials include both print and online resources. It is designed to increase the participant’s skills, knowledge and competencies of human resource management.
Each participant will receive;
The course has a two-day configuration:
9am-10:30am The Strategic Role of HR in Organizations
10:45am-12:15pm Risk Management; Establishing the Context of Risk
12:45-2:45pm Measuring Strategic Outcomes (Metrics and Analytics)
3:00-4:15 HR in the Global Context
4:15-5:00 The Styles Program
9am-10:30am Job Redesign and the Changing Workplace
10:45am-12:15pm Mergers & Acquisitions
12:45-2:45pm Organizational DNA
3:00-4:15 Digital HR
4:15-5:00 The New Administration
Please select three Competencies/Knowledge Areas are covered in the class (please see SHRM BoCK below):
This course is approved for valuable recertification credits by both HRCI and SHRM.
This course is approved for 15 strategic management recertification credit hours toward PHR, SPHR, and GPHR recertification
This course is approved for 15 Professional Development Credits (PDCs) toward SHRM-CP & SHRM-SCP recertification.