It is easy to get excited when a business solution promises to improve HR operations and relieve difficulties. New technology promises process improvements, self service magic and increased visibility for its successful project champions. But ensuring the right solution is chosen is imperative to acquiring the golden “halo” and that can be overwhelming.
This multi-step process includes conducting a current and future state analysis to determine necessary requirements for your business solution and conducting a cost/benefit analysis on each potential business solution, compare solutions, and then determining a recommendation with demonstrated support to the strategic goals of the business. Finally, developing the various analyses which support the recommended solution, create an executive summary and accompanying detailed report, and build a foundation upon which an accurate evaluation and assessment of potential business solutions is built thereby increasing HR credibility.
By developing a business case founded on objective research and analysis, you can prepare and align the business initiative, ensure resources are adequately planned, and create a foundation of knowledge for accurate evaluation, assessment and measuring success. Committing to preparation builds credibility and strengthens strategic executive sponsorship.
In this workshop we will cover how to:
- Evaluate your organization’s readiness and reception of a new HR technology project.
- Assess your organization’s current state of HR business operations and HR technology.
- Define your business requirements for new HR technology.
- Prepare the cost/benefit analysis for each potential solution, including the status quo.
- Create and pitch the business case to your executive sponsors.
Join Kristie Evans, CEO / Thought Leader of HR Logistics, as she walks you through the critical steps of building your strategic business case for your HR technology project.
Who Should Participate
VPs / Directors / Managers of IT or HRIT, Analysts, Specialists, IT Project Managers, HRIT Project Managers, HR Subject Matter Experts, Business Analysts
What You Will Learn
In this webinar, the learner will better understand how to:
1. Evaluate their organization’s readiness and reception of a new HR technology project.
2. Assess their organization’s current state of HR business operations and HR technology.
3. Define their business requirements for new HR technology.
4. Prepare the cost/benefit analysis for each potential solution, including the status quo.
5. Create and pitch the business case to their executive sponsors.
1) Positioning Your Project with Executive Sponsors:
2) Workforce Planning for your HRIT Needs
3) Piecing Your Business Case Together with Market Analysis:
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