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In this Report, Tony Grundy takes you through a number of phases towards developing and implementing an HR strategy.
From a diagnosis of HR issues--identifying and assessing the critical areas where Human Resources can enable or frustrate business strategy and operational performance--to an analysis of the external and internal future environment of your company and the effect on your Human Resources--this is practical information aimed at HR and senior line managers.
Using a Future Organizational Model, you will see how to flesh-out future organisational structures, skills, behaviours and attitudes, and be able to define, develop and prioritize Human Resource 'breakthroughs'--in other words, a small number of concentrated programs or projects which move you towards that future.
This Report includes:
Diagrams and charts to bring the process of developing an HR strategy alive
Case studies (including Champneys Health Farm and Nycomed Amersham)--learn from the experiences of fellow HR professionals
Detailed checklists of what to do - don't leave anything to chance!
An introduction to HR strategy
Towards an HR strategy process
The role of HR strategy
The origins and development of Human Resources Strategy
Exploring the linkages in practice - key themes
A study in Human Resource strategy - introduction
Categories of linkages - corporate and HR strategies
Results of the research
Implications for theory and practice
Strategic Human Resource development and planning
Strategic HR planning and development - where this fits in
A strategic HR planning and development process
Creating organisational scenarios
Nycomed Amersham Life Sciences
Lessons and conclusion
Managing HR strategy programmes and projects
The implementation process
Tools for analysing HR strategy breakthroughs