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Why Great HR Strategy Shouldn’t Be About Making HR Better

Visier

In December 2014 Dave Ulrich published the article Why Chief Human Resources Officers Make Great CEOs in Harvard Business Review, in which he shared the results of his research with Korn Ferry’s Ellie Filler. When it comes to confidence, the CEO and COO took top marks, followed by the CIO, CMO, and CFO, and lastly the CHRO. According to Ulrich’s research on the Leadership Code and Leadership Brand , great leaders also know how to: Set strategy; Execute; Manage talent; and.

The Rise of the People Strategy Platform

Visier

Management consultant Ram Charan, McKinsey & Co global managing director Dominic Barton, and Korn Ferry vice chairman Dennis Carey have gone so far as to recommend (in their HBR article, People Before Strategy ) that “the CEO should create a triumvirate at the top of the corporation that includes both the CFO and the CHRO” that “makes the connection between the organization and business results.”.

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The Digitalization Of HR And Its Implications For Workforce Analytics

SuccessFactors

In a Q2 2017 article entitled “ Defining Digitalization: Creating a Common Vision, ” Katy Connealy Weber and Michael Hanrahan of CEB’s Corporate Leadership Council indicated that in response to the increasing digitization of products, channels, and operations, fully 68 percent of CHROs “plan to prioritize improving the organization’s talent analytics capabilities.”. So how to drive toward decision-making as the primary outcome of talent analytics?

Culture-Change Agents

i4cp

but in between sessions don't forget to check out Human Resource Executive magazine's cover story Culture-Change Agents (by Jack Robinson), featuring Microsoft CHRO and i4cp 2017 Conference speaker Kathleen Hogan. Soon after succeeding Steve Ballmer in early 2014, he asked Hogan to become executive vice president of human resources -- and to help him foster a new corporate culture. He oversees talent management and other key functions.

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