Among the most successful companies in the world we have identified “What is the new normal in HR and what are the seven keys to master it”. This is how CEOs see the HR function of tomorrow
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What does that mean? Basically it is nothing else than companies spending millions in implementing new IT systems but not leveraging on it afterwards.
In many companies, BPs and CoEs developed in a dysfunctional way quite different to original intentions.
Our research shows that in each people management process there are a few Must-Win-Battles which need to be executed right by management.
Many consulting firms focus on streamlining transactional HR with pure cost focus – perceiving HR as a well-oiled delivery machine.
For SMEs, HR was purely in an administrative role for many years. As people management is a cornerstone for success, SMEs also need to refocus their efforts and strengthen the contribution of HR.
In many organisations today, we still find a strong focus on reducing hiring costs. But in high performing companies we discovered an interesting development: They’ve stopped measuring costs per hire (it’s now just an inconspicuous statistic).
Few companies rely on intuition, or gut feelings, when making a major financial investment or bringing a product to market.
Most companies struggle to identify the needed success-relevant metrics to keep control of all people management processes.
Benchmarking is an old concept which got unpopular over time. Why align to what 80% of companies do in the same way as 80% of companies are not really successful in their respective industries?