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Ppma conference april15

Ppma conference april15

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Ppma conference april15

  1. 1. A Collaborative Advantage: HR and People Management leading towards a better future Peter Cheese and Perry Timms
  2. 2. A new set of ‘norms’ Economy Value Work Workplace Workforce Networked, Collaborative, Flexible Formal Organization and Informal Social System Structures More volatile and less predictable Continued shift toward Intangibles Increasingly Increasingly Increasingly Increasingly More diverse, more demandingIncreasingly
  3. 3. The Challenge… 3
  4. 4. ‘Rethinking’ the workforce relationship Voice Empowerment Recognition Support Playing to strengths Meaning Purpose Well-being Energy! The extra mile Passion Alignment Collaboration Shared values Commitment Trust
  5. 5. • Source • Attract • Select • Orient •Train •Develop •Reward •Move through the Organization Welcome to our Company Orientation begins here So are our People Management practices good enough? Where are your biggest challenges today? Where will they be tomorrow?
  6. 6. Need for a strategic response ‘Content is king, but context is kingdom’ Business Strategy Human Capital Strategy HR Strategy DrivesEnables Enables Drives • Business priorities • Business needs • Talent and skills • Leadership • Organisation and operating model • Culture • HR capabilities • HR structure and operating model • Practices, policies & processes
  7. 7. • Most business leaders believe that analytics is vital to identifying current and future skill gaps • But only 15% believe HR is providing insightful analytics (KPMG survey 2013) • Must be a key focus and requires HR to work closely with Finance and IT * - A zettabyte – 1 followed by 21 zeros Too much data, not enough information But not everything that can be counted counts… Volume, velocity, variety
  8. 8. Getting back to our roots… Understanding human and organisational behaviour Neuroscience Positive Psychology Behavioural Economics Systems thinking Values and ethics ….
  9. 9. From control to enablement The worst enemy of life, freedom and common decencies is total anarchy…… their second worst enemy is total efficiency Aldous Huxley
  10. 10. HR a key enabler, but developing managers is critical
  11. 11. Implications for the future of HR • Becoming more strategic – understanding the changing context • Understanding and articulating value – more analytical, more commercial, more business oriented • More tech savvy – embracing and using technology • Stronger on the science as well as the art of HR – human and organisational behaviour • Efficient and effective – less process centric, more value driven • More diverse – less siloed • More professional – qualifications, CPD, standards 11

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