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Why model?
How it’s currently done
Real-World Examples
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Conclusion
Q & A
New Admin Console Features: SOVN and STVN
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Why model?
How it’s currently done
Real-World Examples
New Admin Console ...
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Why Model?
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“…Although efficiency, effecti...
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Why Model?
Growth is the TOP priority for CEOs
Emerging markets, M&A’s, and rapi...
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Why Model?
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“… a company unwilling to ever...
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Why Model? – The Microsoft Factor
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What ar...
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Why model?
How it’s currently done
Real-World Examples
New Admin Console ...
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How it’s currently done
Sticky Notes, Whiteboarding, Paper
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PowerPoint presentation, Excel spreadsheet
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How it’s currently done
Export from an existing visualization tool and manipula...
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How it’s currently done
Visualize org chart from an existing visualization tool...
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How it’s currently done
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Why model?
How it’s currently done
Real-World Examples
New Admin Console...
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Real-World Example 1
Modeling for Project Teams
• Organization: Professional Se...
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Real-World Example 1
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Why model?
How it’s currently done
Real-World Examples
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Managing Change
• Organization: Services Company
• Employees: ca. 160.000
• Nak...
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Real-World Example 2
OrgModeler offered visualisation
PLUS:
Take snapshot of d...
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Real-World Example 2
CHALLENGE :
Closing the loop in organizational modeling
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Why model?
How it’s currently done
Real-World Examples
New Admin Console...
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Benefits
–Dynamic drag and drop
–Real-time views of the impact on key KPIs
–Col...
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Why model?
How it’s currently done
Real-World Examples
New Admin Console...
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1- Clarity and Structure
“A KPMG study showed that 83% of mergers and acquisiti...
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2- The Importance of Data
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“Every busines...
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3- Working the Model
“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much”
He...
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4- Implement your Processes
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Write-back c...
Clarity and Structure
Implement your
Processes
Working the Model
The Importance of Data
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Agenda
Conclusion
Q & A
New Admin Console Features: SOVN and STVN
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Conclusion
Org agility is a must-have
HR must manage change in a standardized, ...
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Resources
VISIT: the Nakisa VIP zone & discover videos solution
briefs, case st...
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Conclusion
Q & A
New Admin Console Features: SOVN and STVN
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Thank You
Raagi Pandya, Senior Product Manager, Organizational Management, Naki...
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HR's NEXT TOP MODEL: Current & best practices in organizational transformation

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What are the driving forces behind why organizations need to be able to remodel their workforce? In this presentation, you can review some key market trends on organizational design and modelling. See how and why companies use org modelling software to re-design and re-model their organization.

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  • The first topic we will cover today is to discuss the driving forces behind why organizations need to be able to remodel their workforce, looking at some key market trends.
  • Let’s start with what I think is a very relevant quotation.“…Although efficiency, effectiveness, and compliance are still important transformation goals, they now represent the bare minimum that HR is expected to deliver. What businesses really need are HR capabilities that do not just support the business strategy, but enable it — making it possible for the business to design and execute strategic moves that capitalize on HR's capabilities, rather than being limited by them.”Deloitte Consulting LLP
  • Now lets look at some of the factors that drive company reorganization exercises:#1) Growth: Top CEOs list growth as THE driving factor behind reorganizations. Tailoring an org structure to support growth strategies is a necessary requirement.#2) Emerging markets, M&A’s, and rapid innovation also drive reoganization requirements#3) Org agility: ability to adapt to market conditions#4) Need to manage change in a standardized, repeatable fashion#5) Cannot handle reorgs as one-off events
  • “… a company unwilling to ever reorganize is probably pretty calcified in terms of how it responds to the marketplace... Today any company can find itself driven out of business if it isn't adaptive. …About every two years its 20-year history, Microsoft has undertaken a major reorganization.”
  • PRO: Soft copy can be distributed and shared. Can do basic analytics/KPIs.CON: Model and Business data disconnected after initial extract. Hard to track changes.
  • PRO: Business data obtained from source (should be accurate initially!). Visualisation. CON: Can’t manipulate in the visual tool.
  • PRO: See and model existing data in a visual way.  Most tools have some level of control for approval and collaboration.CON: Model and Business data disconnected after initial extract.  Ability to write back change
  • Service company - one of the largest employers in UKImplemented Nakisa OrgChart and OrgModelerOrgModeler offered them a visualisation of their organisation PLUS:Ability to take snapshot of dataModel changesCollaborate with others when modelling (for approval, etc.)End result of the modelling to link to next step of process – updating their HCM system
  • Be Clear on what you are trying to achieve & communicate with employees on reasons (when appropriate)“A KPMG study showed that 83% of mergers and acquisitions failed to produce any benefits – and over half ended up reducing the value of the companies involved.” (from ??)“an organization's performance is really no more and no less than the sum of the decisions it makes and executes.” (from http://www.forbes.com/2010/07/30/corporate-reorganization-abb-ford-leadership-managing-bain_print.html)“Structure the company around its sources of value” (same Forbes ref as above)What principles are you applying? (e.g. max heads reporting to a manager, headcount reduction, grade alignment)
  • “Tools to help with visualization, quality and data enrichment will bring additional trust to the data and make HR insights an integral part of business review, just like financial and operational data.”Importance of dataStart with good data – it’s your foundation.Use analytics & KPI’s to track the aims of your model – to know when you are done.Daniel Keys Moran (born November 30, 1962), also known by his initials DKM, is an American computer programmer and a science fiction writer.                “Data is a precious thing and will last longer than the systems themselves”. Tim Berners-Lee------- Many organizations face a barrier preventing them from effective business decision-making: their data. It is only possible to make sound organizational decisions if your HR data is accurate and up to date. Often, though, there is simply too much information. It is found in a variety of sources and the data is coming in faster than most organizations can deal with. And the absence of solid data can have costly side-effects. A recent study by Gartner estimated that “Every business function will have direct costs associated with poor data quality. Investments in enterprise systems are at risk if the quality of data is poor. The result is a lack of acceptance and trust by the user community and pretty soon the investment is wasted.” Gartner Source: http://www.gartner.com/it/page.jsp?id=501733
  • Working the modelCollaborate.  Manage business as usual change into your model (to keep that good data right!)Communicate with employees (yes, again!)“The only constant is change” –Heraclitus (Greek philosopher)
  • ImplementEnsure you have a workflow approval process – sign off!Have a controlled and auditable process for applying the changes to your source HCM system.Communicate with employees (yes, again, again!)Adjust other parts of your organizational system as necessary. A change in structure may require changes in decision roles, incentives and the like.
  • HR's NEXT TOP MODEL: Current & best practices in organizational transformation

    1. 1. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved
    2. 2. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 2 Agenda Why model? How it’s currently done Real-World Examples New Admin Console Features: SOVN and STVN OrgModeler Demo Best Practices
    3. 3. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 3 Agenda Conclusion Q & A New Admin Console Features: SOVN and STVN
    4. 4. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 4 Agenda Why model? How it’s currently done Real-World Examples New Admin Console Features: SOVN and STVN OrgModeler Demo Best Practices
    5. 5. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 5 Why Model? © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved “…Although efficiency, effectiveness, and compliance are still important transformation goals, they now represent the bare minimum that HR is expected to deliver.“ Deloitte Consulting LLP
    6. 6. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 6 Why Model? Growth is the TOP priority for CEOs Emerging markets, M&A’s, and rapid innovation are a fact of life Organizational agility is required Must manage change in a standardized, repeatable fashion No longer handled as one-off events
    7. 7. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 7 Why Model? © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved “… a company unwilling to ever reorganize is probably pretty calcified in terms of how it responds to the marketplace... Today any company can find itself driven out of business if it isn't adaptive. “ Bill Gates
    8. 8. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 8 Why Model? – The Microsoft Factor © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved What are our goals? How do our people map into this? What does this imply for our structure? Can our people get excited about it? How can we move them into practice? Why Model? – The Microsoft Factor
    9. 9. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 9 Agenda Why model? How it’s currently done Real-World Examples New Admin Console Features: SOVN and STVN OrgModeler Demo Best Practices
    10. 10. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 10 How it’s currently done Sticky Notes, Whiteboarding, Paper
    11. 11. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 11 How it’s currently done PowerPoint presentation, Excel spreadsheet
    12. 12. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 12 How it’s currently done Export from an existing visualization tool and manipulate
    13. 13. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 13 How it’s currently done Visualize org chart from an existing visualization tool and manipulate
    14. 14. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 14 How it’s currently done
    15. 15. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 15 Agenda Why model? How it’s currently done Real-World Examples New Admin Console Features: SOVN and STVN OrgModeler Demo Best Practices
    16. 16. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 16 Real-World Example 1 Modeling for Project Teams • Organization: Professional Services • Employees: ca. 170 • Nakisa Solution: proposing a SAP TVN project and used OrgModeler to model our proposed project team structure and reporting lines
    17. 17. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 17 Real-World Example 1
    18. 18. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 18 Agenda Why model? How it’s currently done Real-World Examples New Admin Console Features: SOVN and STVN OrgModeler Demo Best Practices
    19. 19. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 19 Managing Change • Organization: Services Company • Employees: ca. 160.000 • Nakisa Solution: Implemented Nakisa OrgChart and OrgModeler Real-World Example 2 © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved
    20. 20. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 20 Real-World Example 2 OrgModeler offered visualisation PLUS: Take snapshot of data Model changes Collaborate Resulting model updates HCM
    21. 21. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 21 Real-World Example 2 CHALLENGE : Closing the loop in organizational modeling
    22. 22. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 22 Agenda Why model? How it’s currently done Real-World Examples New Admin Console Features: SOVN and STVN OrgModeler Demo Best Practices
    23. 23. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 23 Benefits –Dynamic drag and drop –Real-time views of the impact on key KPIs –Collaborate with stakeholders –Seamlessly merge changes from the “live” –system with scenarios –Secure, guided write-back     
    24. 24. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 24 Agenda Why model? How it’s currently done Real-World Examples New Admin Console Features: SOVN and STVN OrgModeler Demo Best Practices
    25. 25. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 25 1- Clarity and Structure “A KPMG study showed that 83% of mergers and acquisitions failed to produce any benefits – and over half ended up reducing the value of the companies involved.” KPMG LLP © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved “an organization's performance is really no more and no less than the sum of the decisions it makes and executes. A new org chart can't make much difference unless it somehow leads to better, faster decisions and execution.” Forbes Be clear on your aims Consider those modeling Consider the entire workforce
    26. 26. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 26 2- The Importance of Data © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved “Every business function will have direct costs associated with poor data quality. Investments in enterprise systems are at risk if the quality of data is poor.” Gartner “You can have data without information, but you cannot have information without data” Daniel Keys Moran Start with solid data Use data to track
    27. 27. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 27 3- Working the Model “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” Helen Keller © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved “The only constant is change” Heraclitus (Greek philosopher) Collaboration is key Keep model aligned
    28. 28. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 28 4- Implement your Processes © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved Write-back changes Manage the impact of change
    29. 29. Clarity and Structure Implement your Processes Working the Model The Importance of Data
    30. 30. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 30 Agenda Conclusion Q & A New Admin Console Features: SOVN and STVN
    31. 31. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 31 Conclusion Org agility is a must-have HR must manage change in a standardized, repeatable fashion Start with a Comprehensive workforce audit Use clear goals-based modeling and alignment to strategic objectives Ensure a collaborative process; includes all stakeholders Securely transforms ideas into reality © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved
    32. 32. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 32 Resources VISIT: the Nakisa VIP zone & discover videos solution briefs, case studies & more. https://www.nakisa.com/nakisa-vip/vip- registration.htm READ THE WHITEPAPER: HR’s next Top Model http://sapinsider.wispubs.com/Article/HRs-Next-Top- Model/6783 WATCH: The Case Of The Mixed Up Merger http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7C_z8UuCJ-Y ROC CASE STUDY: Hampshire County Council Case Study http://www.roc-group.com/sugo_assets/106/2010- 02/ROC_CS_HAMPSHIRE.pdf
    33. 33. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 33 Agenda Conclusion Q & A New Admin Console Features: SOVN and STVN
    34. 34. © 2012 Nakisa Inc. All rights reserved. 34 Thank You Raagi Pandya, Senior Product Manager, Organizational Management, Nakisa +(514) 228 2000 ext. 2228| Raagi.Pandya@nakisa.com | www.nakisa.com | Stephen Burr, HCM Solution Architect, ROC +44 (0)7970 019272| Stephen.Burr@roc-group.com | www.roc-group.com| David Senik, Account Director, Nakisa +(514) 228 2000 ext. 2028| David.Senik@nakisa.com | www.nakisa.com |

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