1. From business strategy to HR strategy
Are you convinced that the success of your business in the future will depend in large part on the talent and management structures of your enterprise?
Then you should ensure a systematic and comprehensive alignment of any human resources activity to your business strategy.
You need to consistently align your personnel and management structures with your business requirements in order to guarantee your business success. In doing so, you face the challenge of introducing or enhancing a valid, meaningful and lean personnel structure, and establishing a regular “translation” of business requirements into HR requirements.
In operational businesses, the lack of required resources and employee competencies can be considered as major obstacles for business growth. The realization of a successful business strategy will be hindered significantly if you do not have the people or the expertise to deliver what is called for in your strategy. This principle is the foundation of my approach; it forms the basis for my flexible yet systematic approach to designing and implementing effective HR solutions.
I would appreciate the opportunity to discuss with you how we might work together. Perhaps you are considering a strategic redirection or an adjustment of your business strategy. Those are excellent times to reconsider how your HR model is linked to your business. Even if you are not planning significant change, it can be very beneficial assess the effectiveness of your HR model during your annual review. My services will be tailored to your needs; they can be for the initial assessment, or taken through subsequent steps of design and implementation if desired.
Please let me take you to an example of this. This is exactly what I did for the fossil power generation business of a large international enterprise, resulting in the ability to manage critical market developments for the related staff in relatively short periods of time.