State of the JHRS Community Report 2011

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State of the JHRS Community Report 2011

  1. 1. State of the <br />JHRS Community Report 2011<br />byJun Kabigting, mba/msie<br /> Chief Community Officer<br />With the support of:<br />
  2. 2. State of the JHRS Community Report 2011JHRS in Numbers<br />(as of 25 January 2011)<br />402 officially registered JHRS members: 380Associate Members, 1Virtual Member, & 21 Premium & Community Members<br />61%MALE; 39% FEMALE<br />43 yrsAVERAGE AGE; 10.7 yrsAVERAGE YEARS OF PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE<br />79%HR PROFESSIONALS; 21% NON-HR (C-Level, GM/CM, etc.)<br />77%JAPAN-BASED; 23% BASED OUTSIDE OF JAPAN<br />
  3. 3. State of the JHRS Community Report 2011Our “HITS” in 2010<br />(as of end Dec 2010)<br />Biggest HITS<br /># 1 : Hosted/Co-hosted 28 EVENTS <br />12JHRS Co-hosted seminars/workshops<br />7JHRS-hosted events <br />5TUJ Courses/Workshops <br />2eCornell webinars <br />2 International HR conferences attended<br />144 PARTICIPANTS attended JHRS-hosted events<br />
  4. 4. State of the JHRS Community Report 2011Our “HITS” in 2010<br />(as of end Dec 2010)<br />Biggest HITS<br /># 2 : Participation in 2 International HR Conferences<br />March 22, 2010<br />Los Angeles, USA<br />March 22-25, 2010<br />SINGAPORE<br />
  5. 5. State of the JHRS Community Report 2011Our “HITS” in 2010<br />(as of end Dec 2010)<br />Biggest HITS<br /># 3 : Partnership with eCornell to form the JHRS eACADEMY—the eLearning Platform of the JHRS ACADEMY<br />
  6. 6. State of the JHRS Community Report 2011Our “MISSES” in 2010<br />(as of end Dec 2010)<br />Biggest MISSES<br /><ul><li>Associates to Paid Membership Ratio: 6% vs. 20% target
  7. 7. Annual Japan HR Confidence IndexSurvey: Not launched.
  8. 8. JHRS HR Awards for 2011 : Not launched.
  9. 9. Japan HR Certification/Credentialing (JPHR) Standards: Still On-going (2012 target)</li></ul>Conclusion<br />We need YOUR help! Get involved. Be active.<br />
  10. 10. State of the JHRS Community Report 2011Our Plans for 2011<br /># 1 : Continue to participate in international HR conferences to gain international recognition<br />Be a JHRS Delegate!<br />30% OFF<br />June 28, 2:15pm-3:30pm<br />Japanese HR Management 101: Understanding the "Japanese Way" of People Management<br />
  11. 11. State of the JHRS Community Report 2011Our Plans for 2011<br /># 1 : Continue to participate in international HR conferences to gain international recognition<br />Supporting Organization to<br />October 2011 @ TAC<br />GOLD Diversity Symposium in Tokyo<br />
  12. 12. State of the JHRS Community Report 2011Our Plans for 2011<br /># 2 : Launch the JHRS Scholarship Fund which aims to provide scholarship grants to HR professionals to pursue further HR education through TUJ or eCornell (Summer or Fall Sem 2011)<br />WANTED!<br />Sponsors/Donors (Corporate/Individuals)<br />
  13. 13. State of the JHRS Community Report 2011Our Plans for 2011<br /># 3 : Publish the first and only Japan-focused bi-lingual, bi-monhtly HR Magazine of JHRS called The HR Agenda (June 2011)<br />WANTED!<br />Advertisers, writers, bloggers, subscribers….<br />
  14. 14. State of the JHRS Community Report 2011Our Plans for 2011<br /># 4: Strengthen our research capabilities through partnership with The AberdeenGroupand other organizations.<br />WANTED!<br />Survey respondents<br />
  15. 15. State of the JHRS Community Report 2011Our Plans for 2011<br /># 5: Get more volunteers and member-involvement!<br />NoriMunakata<br />Member, Board of Advisers<br />Leslie Taylor<br />Advocate Leader, Women in HR<br />WANTED!<br />More volunteers and advocate leaders.<br />
  16. 16. State of the JHRS Community Report 2011The Parable of the Pencil<br />5 Things to Remember<br />“You will be able to do many great things, but only if you allow yourself to be held in someone's hand.”<br />”You will experience a painful sharpening from time to time, but you will need it to become a better pencil.”<br />“You will be able to correct any mistakes you might make." <br />“The most important part of you will always be what is inside.“<br />“On every surface you are used on, you must leave your mark. No matter what the condition, you must continue to write."<br />
  17. 17. State of the <br />JHRS Community Report 2011<br />Our Slogan for 2011<br />Let’s DO AMAZING THINGS<br />to become a better HR pro<br />Special thanks to:<br />

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