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  • 1. CREATING ORGANISATION OF THE FUTURE MAXIMIZING RETURN ON YOUR HUMAN RESOURCE INVESTMENTS Office Jl. Kemang Timur Raya 100 F Jakarta Selatan 12730 +62.21.7192105 http://www.opusmanagement.com
  • 2. Current Situation What do companies face right now? • Becoming more cautious in managing their expenditure • Considering to freeze base salary movement • Find difficulties in engaging & motivating employees • Challenges to create a high performing and high potential workforce
  • 3. Given the current market situation, most companies Common Practice would invest in the following areas within Human Resource Management : • Training and development • Performance management • Restructure the organisation • Retention programs • Promoting and transitioning
  • 4. Experience shows that under turbulent environment, enhancing employees’ engagement is the strategy that if Aligning HR Strategy done correctly can give you a critical market advantage, i.e. increase organisation effectiveness. HOW did your organisation improve or increase employees engagement? Training & Development Employees Gaining critical ENGAGEMENT market advantage Performance Management
  • 5. What is your current approach on Training & Development? What is the overall result and impact of TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT your Training & Development approach on your company? Managerial Leadership Training Creates better Coaching & Knowledge & leaders Mentoring skill transfer • Increase motivation Develop employees • Increase productivity knowledge, • Increase revenue skills & • Low investment competency
  • 6. How do you feel about your current Performance PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT Management System?
  • 7. How does OPUS give values to your organisation? Why OPUS ? • We assist you in getting a high return with reasonable investment Performance Management • We train your employees to Training & System Development minimise dependency on us Talent Management • But we will always be available to Career Retention support you in the future Management Program Recruitment & Assessment “ Opus assist you in improving employees engagement through talent management..”
  • 8. OPUS PROFILE OPUS Profile Formed in 2003, OPUS built on strong foundations of operating experience with different portfolio and different approach. OPUS attracts companies who are motivated to excel:  Strategic Plans Implementation  Organisation Development  Managers and Professional Development  Talent Management
  • 9. OPUS MANAGEMENT OPUS Profile Organisation & Management Development & Communications Consulting and Training • Chandra Asri, Exxon, BP, Pertamina, Kaltim Parna Industri, • BII, United Laboratories, World Bank, L’Oreal, Nestle Assessment Centre Implementation and Set UP / Training using CUBIKS • Nestlé, Pfizer, Lee Cooper, PALYJA, Departemen Keuangan, NYNAS Management Skills Training using CRESTCOM ‘BULLET PROOF MANAGER’ • Boral, BIS, Weatherford, Lane Moving, Hill and Associates, E.C. Harris OPUS Expertise? •Managing Partner: DAVID KNOWLES •20 YEARS EXPERIENCE IN Oil and Gas (E&P and Manufacturing) •20 years experience working and consulting in Indonesia •Consultant Support: •Nural Huda :Assessment, Job Structuring, •Winda Lubis: Surveys, Training, •Lita Kumala Dewi: Organisation Design and Development, Training, Systems and Processes •Gita Pratiwi: Organisation Design and Processes