I think HR owns the intersection of work , money , power and politics . We are not just the traffic cops. We are the architects and leaders who build and manage the entire global employment infrastructure. …we know more about job creation than anyone in America. We spend more time with CEOs than anyone on TV. And we are awesome.
Laurie Ruettimann, Formerly Punk Rock HR Blog, now The Cynical Girl Blog
HR Professionals must thoroughly master the strategic architecture of the organization in which they work. They need an in-depth appreciation of the organization’s “business portfolio” and what makes each business distinctive in customer’s eyes .
HR Professionals … need an in-depth appreciation of the organization’s “business portfolio” and what makes each business distinctive in customer’s eyes .
The Brand Promise
Aligning People Strategy & Business Strategy Implementing an organization’s business strategy requires people who consistently demonstrate the knowledge, skills, abilities and behaviors required to keep the brand promise and execute the organizational capabilities. Brand Promise People Strategy How is our organization positioned in the marketplace? How are we distinctive/ differentiated? Who are our core customers and our competitors? What are the strategic drivers of organizational performance that will create our target results? What are the “A” positions that have critical impact? What Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, Traits must our people demonstrate to execute our organizational capabilities, deliver our brand promise, fit our culture? How do we get “the Right People on the Right Seats on the bus?” Attract, Recruit, On-Board, Recognize, Develop, Reward and Retain Organizational Capabilities People Competencies
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