Insight into human resource implications of organisational strategy

Issue

In dynamic, quickly-changing markets, organisations face the essential question of how they can actually develop or attract the required capacities and competencies required to implement their strategy. And how to get rid of possible bottlenecks, now or in the future. After all, a shortage of the right people is the biggest bottleneck in the implementation of a strategy.

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Our approach

We provide guidance in the validation and analysis of the required data and, based on that analysis, in answering the three core questions:

  • To what extent does the workforce consist of people capable to execute organisational strategy? In which business units and focus areas is there a need for the development and/or recruitment of new competencies?
  • What is the most effective way to recruit the required competencies?
  • Can the organisation and its employees autonomously develop the required competencies; at what costs and within what timeframe?

Result

The way the labour factor fits the strategy implementation is quantitatively comprehensible to the top management of the organisation. For HR management, the priorities are clear and measurable, so interventions can be aimed at solving the biggest bottlenecks.

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Camiel Selker

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Our solutions

Our advice is target-oriented. Our solutions combine multiple areas of expertise. They are aimed at the strategic added-value of employment.