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HR's Future


Posted by Tucker, Elissa at Thursday, 11/01/2012 11:10 am
 
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“HR ‘has wasted the past 20 years,’ says survey.” This headline, from a recent Personnel Today article, sure got my attention. The article presents the results of a KPMG Management Consulting/Economist Intelligence Unit survey. Whether you agree with the conclusions or not, the article and the survey raise an important question:

How can HR best prepare for a value-adding future?

Get answers by attending APQC’s complimentary webinar, Defining the Role of the Future HR Professional, during which the results of a joint APQC and Association of Internal Management Consultants (AIMC) survey will be presented. Guest speaker Dr. William Trotter, managing director of AIMC, will discuss the survey findings regarding:

 evolving areas of importance for the HR function,
 future skill needs for HR professionals, and
 ways HR can effectively work with leadership across the enterprise.

Register now at www2.apqc.org/l/4922/2012-10-25/bjczy to join us on Wednesday, November 14 from 10:00–11:00 a.m. CDT. While you wait for the webinar, check out some of APQC’s latest articles on the HR profession and function.

Competencies for the Strategic HR Professional
Return on Human Capital Investment
HR Reporting Structure
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How Many HR Employees Do We Need?*
The Cost of HR
*Free to nonmembers.

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