Despite recent market transformations very little has changed the "people game". HR still operates in its silo, distinct from and largely disconnected from other corporate functions. Although computer technology has made HR's job more efficient it has not delivered strategic value because HR has not changed its management model. There has been no seminal shift in the way people are managed. What disruptive technology or approach do we need in human capital management to accomplish this?
In this program, Jac Fitz-enz will present a model of management and an operating system that has the potential for us to make a quantum leap in human capital management. Developed by Jac Fitz-enz, in partnership with a consortium of major corporations, vendors and management associations committed to transforming HR into a strategic function, this model identifies mission critical organizational issues and entities and then operationalizes how they interact and need to be integrated and managed.
You Will Learn How to:
- Develop a mindset that changes activity to value and leaps the competitive curve into the future
- Shift workforce planning from industrial era, gap analysis into live capability planning system
- Transform expensive processes into structural capital assets
- Integrate HR services, eliminate silos and serve employees more effectively
- Build a three point measurement system that includes strategic, operational and leading indicators
Who should attend?
Human resources executives, managers and who are committed to raising HR's profile and contribution to their organizations. Finance, IT and line managers who want to learn how to work with human resources to change it from an expense center to a strategic contributor of measurable values.
Dr. Jac Fitz-enz, Ph.D., is acknowledged as the father of human capital strategic analysis and measurement. In the 1970s he carried out basic research leading to the first human resources metrics in 1978 and benchmarks in 1985. As founder of the Saratoga Institute in 1980, he developed the first international HR benchmarking service, eventually covering 2,000 companies in a dozen countries. He was cited as one of the 50 persons who have "significantly changed what HR does and how it does it" in the past 50 years and as one of the Top 5 HR Management Gurus.
Dr. Fitz-enz has published over 280 articles, reports and book chapters on measurement and management. His 11 books have been translated into Chinese, German, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Turkish. He is the two-time winner of the SHRM Book of the Year Award for Human Value Management (1991) and The ROI of Human Capital (2001).
He has trained more than 85,000 managers in 46 countries. Although his work is widely imitated, he remains "The Source" for human capital strategy, measurement and benchmarking.
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