HR Business Partnership Model

HR Business Partnership Model

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Description: Who is my Customer?:-Human Capital is considered to be one of the most critical things in an organization that is not replicable; systems are replicable. Human Resource is the custodian of this critical resource. Why then is HR not considered a critical team in the organization? What opportunities does HR have to change this perception? Mindset of a Business Partner:- HR begins with the business.

HR activities are tied to the business. Develop a deep understanding of organization. Knowledge of external business issues/factors determines the relevance of internal operations.

Clearly articulate how HR contributes to competitive advantage.

 
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Contents:
POSITIONING HR AS A
BUSINESS PARTNER

Agenda
History of HR
HR as a business Partner
Mindset of a Business Partner
Success and challenges of the model

Who is my Customer ?

Human Capital is considered to be one of the most
critical things in an organization that is not replicable;
systems are replicable.
Human Resource is the custodian of this critical
resource.
Why then is HR not considered a critical team in the
organization?
What opportunities does HR have to change this
perception?

History of HR
Strategic
(Link between
business needs and
human capital
decisions)

Administrative
(Focus on
managing people)

Transactional /
Compliance
(Focus on service
delivery and
compliance to legal
requirements)

Factors affecting business and
impacting HR
Shifting workforce demographics
Evolution of jobs – jobs requiring more interdisciplinary
skills
Globalization

Digitalization

Mindset of a Business Partner
HR begins with the business. HR activities are tied to the
business. Develop a deep understanding of organization.
Knowledge of external business issues/factors determines
the relevance of internal operations

Clearly articulate how HR contributes to competitive
advantage

HR success as a business
partner
Business success is largely depended on
getting the right people, doing the right job,
with the right skills and at the right time.

Talent drives strategy
And that is what HR is all about!

HR success as a business
partner
Change of HR language
Adopt technology
Embrace rapidly changing environment

Sharpen our business acumen

Challenges of the Business
Partner Model
HR departments that are focusing mainly on
administrative/transactional hr. activities
Lack of skills/knowledge that enables the
department perform as a partner
Business cushioned from competition that
do not see the need for change

End