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A plain language introduction to Strategic HRM and a HRM system aligned to the strategy of your company.

A plain language introduction to Strategic HRM and a HRM system aligned to the strategy of your company.

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Strategic HRM - Simply Strategic HRM - Simply Presentation Transcript

  • Strategic HRM
  • Our personal journey
    • Where have we come from?
    • Where are we going to?
    • Who do you admire and what did they say or do to influence your beliefs about people?
  • Central Question
    • Can we manage on the basis of our personal preferences?
    • Or
    • Does the nature of the business dictate what we must do?
  • What is the logic?
    • Begin from the top
    • Decide what the organization will achieve
    • Decide how the organization will achieve this goal
    • Align all our activities to achieve the goal
  • Example: HRM in Hotels
    • Short term sales instability
    • Employ people from the secondary labour market very quickly
    • Supervise them well
  • General Questions to design HRM
    • Where do we get our revenue and what is the pattern?
    • What drives demand for labour? Is the relationship between ‘sales demand’ and ‘labour demand’ mediated by technology, for example?
    • What kind of internal labour market do we want?
    • What HR processes do we need to create this internal labour market?
  • Discussion
    • What business are you in and where do you get your revenue?
    • How is sales demand related to labour demand?
    • When do we need people and how can we ensure that we have the people we need?
  • Next: Begin to refine the questions
    • Who are our competitors?
    • How do our competitors affect our business?
    • How do our competitors affect our HR?
    • Jo Jordan
    • Psychologist & Director of Rooi Limited
    • Ventures in Entrepreneurial Intelligence