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How to link HR Strategy to your organisation’s value chain

For most organizations, their employees are their most valuable assets and their most expensive as well.  It is, therefore, essential that your human resources adds value and provides the necessary support to ensure that the customers’ expectations are met.

To provide value to both the customer and the organization, it is important that the HR professional has a thorough understanding of the value chain — running from the customer back through the entire organization — and of how interdepartmental interactions can enable, or put a constraint on, operational performance and customer service

What you will learn:

  • Why it is important to link HR strategy, systems and processes to the value chain
  • What needs to be linked
  • Understanding how David Ulrich’s ‘The Future of HR-Outside/In’ video can assist in linking HR to the value chain
  • Why internal collaboration is essential to ensuring that HR adds value
  • How the failure to link HR to the value chain can have a detrimental effect on the service provided to the customer and be detrimental to both the ROI and the bottom line
  • Why it is important to ensure that everything is linked to the value chain before embarking on a programme of digitalization

About the speaker

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George Kemish

Director and Principal Consultant- HR Strategy and Workforce Planning

George Kemish is a Director at Specialist Human Resources Limited, a consultancy that specialises in HR Strategy, Workforce Planning and Business Scenario Planning in times of uncertainty (Oxford Model), providing services to organizations in both the public and private sectors. Prior to taking up his current post at Specialist Human Resources Limited, George was employed by the Ministry of Defence, where he was a Subject Matter Expert in setting HR Strategy, and for Manpower Planning, in support of worldwide operations, a post that he held for nine years.