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Changing HR: The Little EBook of HR Strategy Quick Wins
eBook (ePub): $6.95
This book will demonstrate some quick wins for HR leaders and practitioners. The examples are intended to prompt ideas that leaders can use within their own organizations. The analysis techniques are... More > simple and can be implemented without substantial effort or cost. The thought processes presented can be extended to any functional area of the company. Several of these examples are methods which can be used to prioritize HR projects. These are particularly useful in companies with financial challenges and limited resources. Additional examples will show you how to assess which programs in your HR portfolio actually accomplished the intended goals, how to build a workforce model by determining the drivers of your business, how to categorize HR initiatives, where to focus your attention and how to approach taking waste out of HR. Regardless of the specific examples given, think in terms of concepts and how to apply them to your own company.< Less
Strategic Workforce Planning: Guidance & Back-up Plans
eBook (ePub): $29.99
Tracey Smith led the Global Strategic Workforce Planning effort for FedEx Express. Strategic workforce planning aims to proactively plan to put the right people, in the right place, at the right time... More > at the right cost in order to mitigate workforce risk now and in the future. The book guides the reader through the planning framework and presents practical tools and approaches for successful implementation. In addition, it discusses some of the major challenges of implementation facing leaders today.< Less
HR Analytics: The What, Why and How
eBook (ePub): $25.95
This book is designed for those migrating out of reporting into HR analytics and for students looking to understand how their analytical talents fit into Human Resources. This book will explain the... More > 4 levels of value on the HR Analytics roadmap and will provide practical advice on selecting metrics, designing dashboards and setting up an analytics problem. A chapter is dedicated to simple examples to demonstrate how to use a business view to plan analytics projects. The book examines the advantages and disadvantages of trying to build these capabilities in-house and will provide a realistic view of the challenges you will face as an analyst or leader. The concept of building a linkage map to connect HR to the business is demonstrated. This book is not intended to teach mathematical techniques.< Less
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