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Next Practices HRIS- New Ways to Get HRIS Programs Accepted and Implemented Faster

Topic:
Next Practices HRIS- New Ways to Get HRIS Programs Accepted and Implemented Faster
Date:
November 14, 2012 at 2:30 - 3:30 PM ET
Presenters:
Scott Hamilton, President & CEO(Executive Next Practices Institute)
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Description
Often, HRIS initiatives fail before they even start due to the following issues:
Different expectations and perceived benefits between the executive team, operating managers, users and HR.
Underfunding the effort beyond simply the installation- often shorting user training.
Unrealistic project timeframes and deliverables.
But the number one driver of failure rates is "user resistance". That is, work arounds, covert non-compliance, budget limitations, outright resistance to the system.
This special presentation will review a fresh approach- the 'next practices" to positioning, communicating, training and measuring the results of your HRIS program.
It will focus on the behavioral, cultural, political and practical aspects of influencing your internal customers to adopt your HRIS initiatives in a way to ensure maximum success.
This session is based on real life case studies and the input of hundreds of executives who participate in the Executive Next Practices Forums.

Often, HRIS initiatives fail before they even start due to the following issues:
Different expectations and perceived benefits between the executive team, operating managers and HR.
Underfunding the effort beyond simply the installation- often shorting user training.
Unrealistic project timeframes and deliverables.
But the number one driver of failure rates is "user resistance". That is, work arounds, covert non-compliance, budget limitations, outright resistance to the system.
This special presentation will review a fresh approach- the 'next practices" to positioning, communicating, training and measuring the results of your HRIS program.

It will focus on the behavioral, cultural, political and practical aspects of influencing your internal customers to adopt your HRIS initiatives in a way to ensure maximum success.
This session is based on real life case studies and the input of hundreds of executives who participate in the Executive Next Practices Forums.

Who Should Participate
CIOs, CHRO, VP HR, HRIS Leaders, Implementation Teams, Communication Directors, VPHR, Director HR, Payroll, Compensation, Benefits, Training, Recruiting, Talent Mgt, Leadership development
What You Will Learn
  1. Start-over - How to build your business case for an effective HRIS solution, including funding for the implementation.
  2. Gaining faster buy-in across and throughout your organization.
  3. How to build in a "next practices" approach to HRIS launch.
Recommended Resources
A Sence of Urgency by John Kotter Breaking the FEAR Barrier by Tom Rieger
Communities
Core HR: Payroll for HR and HRIS
Workforce Planning and Analytics
Predictive Modelling
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Executive Next Practices Institute

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Executive Next Practices Institute
2012 Update for LinkedIn: The Executive Next Practices Institute is a major think tank and advisory forum comprised of several thousand C-Level executives and top corporate functional leaders (CEO, COO, CFO, VPs, Sr. Directors). The Institute (ENPI) hosts several major executive events annually (since 2008) on a full spectrum of leadership and organization topics, lead by key thought leaders and corporate practitioners. The Advisory Team ENPI is a provider of "next practices" research, programs and business advisory services. Our team offers a full suite of services to international and domestic based firms. Practice leaders are accredited by the Institute, and offer both private and public programs to enhance individual and organizational performance. Research and Presentations ENPI maintains a large database of "next practices" - that is, ideas, processes, technology and leadership techniques that offer breakthrough performance vs the status quo. Our team of experts also provide engaging keynotes and presentations on a variety of next practices themes for associations, corporate groups and trade conferences. Specialties Executive Forums and Events, Research- Business and Technology Next Practices, Business Advisory Services- NextWorks, Keynote Speakers - Corporate and Trade Conferences
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Towers Watson
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Fieldwood Energy
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Dimension Data
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Volkswagen of America Inc
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Fhlbank Topeka
5 / 5
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Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance
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