This session will provide a background on how lean thinking and tools can help safety and any HR function. Following the teachings of W. Edwards Deming, Toyota created a production system, now commonly referred to as lean production. What is not well understood is that “lean” works in any office and business, regardless of size. Whether healthcare, small enterprise, food service, or non – profit, “lean” can help improve teamwork, culture and drive continuous improvement, but only if we go back to basics and strip away the mystery that this thinking is only for the manufacturing floor. Participants in the session will gain new insight into both “how” and “why” standards should be developed.
This webinar provides a detailed look at how organizations should prepare for change, in addition to specific recommendations for managing the emotional impact of change.
Organizations often launch into change without thorough preparation, leading to incomplete or ineffective outcomes. This presentation provides 10 detailed questions organizations should ask and answer prior to a change. The presenter also offers five CM principles based on his operations experience and leadership of multiple successful changes.
fjs adl ;fj lasdk fj asd; lfj asd kl jas dklf jas;d lkfja sdl;kfj asd;lkfj asd ;lfk jasdl;kfj asl;kfja sdl fkl asjfkl;asdjfasdl;fjasl;fj lsdk jfl;ka sd jfasl;dkjfa klj fasl;kfj sal;fj fklasdjf as jlasdd ;aslfj aslj;alsfjlkejr ljrlwu a jlfkjas;f jsdlfj
“Awaken the Sleeping Giants” poignantly speaks to the pivotal role HR plays at this crucial time. Through a deeper understanding of the upcoming talent shortage and its future implications, HR will be compelled to claim their place at the boardroom table. It will mean partaking in company direction, strategy and equipping the corporate culture with the “Attraction Factor”. HR will have to “stand in the gap” to create a sea-change in thinking, new levels of conscious intention and developing company culture by design rather than by default.
This powerful talk is a must-attend for HR Professionals interested in their organization’s survival.
The Competing Values Framework (CVF) provides a fully validated process to reveal the core cultural values that are motivating the employee behaviors in your organization. The CVF provides a practical approach to profiling organizational culture by measuring the relative emphasis placed on four universal values.
Join Dan Danner and Gordon Carter who will outline in this session that by employing this process, it will allow your organization to develop insights about how their underlying value system influences overall cultural behavior. The ability to “see” how underlying values influence employee behaviors allows leadership to determine how they might leverage, or shift their cultural profile to support strategic organizational initiatives.
Fifty to 60% of companies fail to achieve their goals and objectives (Source: McKinsey & Co and IBM Global Business Services). What can be done about this and whose responsibility is it to see that the situation improves?
The first question is why does this happen with the answer being because employees don’t know what they need to do to help the company achieve its goals and objectives, and/or because they are too preoccupied with personal issues to do what is expected of them.
The responsibility for this rests with the CEO, however he or she can’t do what is needed alone. While Human Resources should be the obvious choice to address this problem it is not viewed as a “line” function as often as it is “staff”, and as a result, they are not called upon to help with goal achievement.
This presentation discusses both the problem (why companies fail to achieve their goals and objectives) as well as what HR can do to gain the trust of senior management regarding their contribution to the overall effort.
Restless Gen-Y workers - often faced with unfulfilling or static positions - frequently leave their posts within two years. But as Millennials become the dominant generation in the office - set to represent 75 percent of the entire workforce by 2025 - companies must learn to keep them engaged and motivated by creating more opportunities for them. How can corporations retain young workers?
In this presentation geared toward HR leaders and managers, speaker Dan Schawbel shares advice, research, case studies (including Sodexo, Ernst & Young, Intel, DreamWorks, and more), and examples to illustrate how employers can both attract and manage Gen-Y workers to allow them to rise up to leadership positions instead of leaving for other opportunities.
In this presentation we will discuss what is necessary to implement a new Time & Attendance or HR System within your company. Using real world examples of projects that have gone well and ones that haven't we'll discuss what you can do to make sure your investment in such a project is a success.
As a former implementer of the product Howard Rabb will explain what he's seen at companies of all sizes and help guide you through the potential pitfalls that can be found during the implementation of such an important business system.
As a former Support Analyst, Howard will explain how to get the most out of your support services and how to make any system work its hardest for you.