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Effective human resources and organizational development
Effective human resources and organizational development
Effective human resources and organizational development
Effective human resources and organizational development
Effective human resources and organizational development
Effective human resources and organizational development
Effective human resources and organizational development
Effective human resources and organizational development
Effective human resources and organizational development
Effective human resources and organizational development
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  • 1. » Technology: for teaching, learning and discovery » US Population: more diversity, aging among workforce » Innovation: New approaches as expectation » Accountability: need for assessment data for results-based funding » Funding: Show return on investment and all funds budgeting
  • 2. HR Functions shift from: » Reactive to proactive » Business process to facilitator/consultant » Performance management to talent management » Transactional to holistic life cycle approach » Enforcer to problem solver
  • 3. OD shift focus to: » Continuous improvement models » Skill inventory/gap analysis » Data driven approach-better assessment » Flexible, agile learning programs » Leadership development throughout the organization » Experiential learning/project based application » Skills focus
  • 4. Organization needs to: » Agree to support talent management approach » Take risks on behalf of organization » Trust in administration and each other » Constantly link these programs to mission/strategic plan » Celebrate small steps to stay on track
  • 5. Beth’s examples » Tap excellence of retirees before and after separation: student coaching » Assignments for promising talent: NAIFS » Informal learning: Ya Lah! Arab Students at NAU - Understanding and Aiding this Group » Apply skills immediately/often: staff studio » Effective practices for selection advisory Committee: two groups per year
  • 6. I skate to where the puck is going to be, not where it has been. Read more at http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/w/wayne_gretzky.html#4scf8K Gpk7fDJulp.99 » Cline Library Recruitment Video (Draft) Beth.Schuck@nau.edu
  • 7. » Refworks Bibliography

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