I have designed an approach to perform an in-depth analysis of your key HR processes. Most of the time, your HR practices are not optimized, but they rely heavily on path-dependence (we always did like that) or mixed interventions (changing one part without a holistic view of the process). Moreover, metrics are great to analyze results, but less effective in identifying how double-digit changes in productivity can be obtained.
Here’s the solution. An approach which is deeply rooted in high-level research methods, but which targets real issues in your organization.
Take a look at the presentation:
I thank SCN for allowing me to edit the video of the presentation (which is available only to members at SCN), and share it on my blog. It has been cut down to 15 minutes, and I hope I captured some key points that were discussed.
The video highlights my ideas on the evolution of HR, and anticipates some reflections on a research project I am conducting. Companies willing to join the project, can contact me through this blog or at my email (email@example.com)
I had the wonderful experience of traveling to Toronto to join an event organized by the Strategic Capability Network. The topic concerned the future of HR, and there was an extremely interesting group of participants to share my ideas with. I really enjoyed this chance, because it is so difficult to find contexts where HR professional can share their views openly. Here is my Prezi presentation for the event. I am also editing the video and will provide some snapshots of my speech.
Link to prezi