Human resources leaders are more sophisticated than ever in how they use information to increase the business impact that talent, leadership, and culture have on their company. To add real strategic value to the company, HR expert, partner of the RBL group, and professor of business at the University of Michigan Dave Ulrich says HR leaders need to have a process for using information throughout the entire organization.
In a Harvard Business Review webcast, Ulrich outlines his research and provides a framework for HR’s role in building and sustaining information as a fundamental organizational capability. Ulrich believes that to create a greater business impact, HR teams must identify, import, prioritize, disseminate, and leverage information with these six steps:
In the webcast, Ulrich also shares his HR Competency Model as a guide to a more strategic HR organization. The model is based on how HR’s various skills can be grouped into three broad categories for improved business impact. Many of the skills may be nontraditional skills and terminology in the HR world, but the webcast goes a long way to explaining the meaning and impact they all have on business.
HR leaders must take the lead in leveraging the information agenda to add value and drive business results. Watch this on demand webcast to help transform your HR organization into one that embraces data and information to make better business decisions.