Creating HR Value - Metrics that Matter

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Creating HR Value - Metrics that Matter

Program Overview

Maybe you're proud of the sheer productivity of your HR department.  Perhaps your HR function is a lean, mean efficiency machine and delivers HR services faster than the speed of sound.  Good for you. There's just one problem.  Service delivery, by itself, is not nearly enough. 

So, what does all that activity get us?  Modern HR practices go further than mere exertion of energy – they create value for the organization through a comprehensive approach to the delivery of these services.  This comprehensive approach includes strategy integration, change management, data gathering and analysis with a keen focus on creating value via a return on investment approach.  If you want to create value, you need to measure, link, execute and then measure again.   We not only want to tell a well-analyzed and well-measured HR service delivery story, but that story needs to be one that matters and be logically connected to the mission of the organization. 

By attending this session you will gain: 

  • the definition of HR value
  • an understanding of the kind of data and information required to manage change
  • knowledge of how measures, metrics and analytics help manage change
  • the ability to utilize diagnostics to integrate HR strategies with business strategies
  • insight on how to measure the business impact of HR programs and services


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Date: May 20, 2014

Faculty Lead: Robert Prescott, Ph.D., SPHR

Program: 6:30p.m. - 9:30p.m.

Location: Rollins College, Crummer Graduate School of Business

              Bush Executive Center

 Tuition Fee:  $195 per person (Cancellation Policy & Discounts)




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