Strategic Human Resources Management (HRM) Metrics and Analytics
Strategic HRM is seen as a partner in organisational success by utilising the talent and opportunity within the human resources department to strengthen departments within the organisation and make them more effective.When a human resource department strategically develops its plans for recruitment, training, and compensation based on the goals of the organization, it is ensuring a greater chance of organizational success. HR Metrics and Analytics contributes to the establishment of Strategic HRM. The Interpretation of HR analytics e.g. metrics, ‘big data’ and human capital reporting , can be daunting to even the most senior, experienced HR professionals and they can be left wondering which data to use to contribute to the formation of organisational goals.
This interactive workshop will focus on the function of strategic HRM, focussing on how to interrelate with other departments within an organisation in order to understand their goals. From there tools will be discussed to align HR strategies with the identified goals. The course effectively blends the theory and practice of Strategic HRM with HRM/D metrics using practical applications through techniques, process models and frameworks and other ROI performance metrics. At the conclusion of this course, learners will be empowered to master the various HRM/D metrics processes and tools and to develop a HRM Scorecard to measure the strategic impact and value of the HRM function and practices.
- Addressing the Fundamentals of Strategic Human Resources Management
- Transforming HRM into a Strategic Business Partner
- Building a Business Case for HRM Metrics and Analytics
- Considering the Strategic and Business Imperative of HRM/D Metrics
Compiling a HRM Scorecard
- Applying the 5-step HRM Analytics Process
- Integrating Strategic Principles to the HRM Value Chain
Who Should Attend?
- HR Directors
- HR Managers/ Executives
- HR Consultants and HR Specialists
- Transformation Managers
- Recruitment Managers
- Training Managers
- Skills Development Facilitators
- Diversity Managers
- Learning and Development Executives
- Organisational Development Managers
- Talent Managers
Prof Nicolene Barkhuizen BCom HR, Hons BCom Labour Relations, MCom Industrial Psychology, Phd Industrial PsychologyProf Nicolene BarkhuizenBCom HR, Hons BCom Labour Relations, MCom Industrial Psychology, Phd Industrial Psychology
Nicolene received several awards for her academic performance during her studies. Subsequently Nicolene began her career as a lecturer and academic in 2005.Currently Nicolene has more than 100 scientific publications including books, chapters in textbooks, peer reviewed conference proceedings and journal articles. She presented more than 150 research papers at both local and international conferences. Nicolene has served as the Chair of the SABPP during 2011 and 2012 as well on its executive board. Nicolene’s research outputs have resulted in various research awards and nominations. In 2006 she was awarded Faculty Junior Researcher of the Year, at University of Johannesburg. Nicolene’s employment at the North-West University resulted in the following research awards: Faculty Senior Researcher of the Year (2013) and Rectors Award for the Most Productive Researcher in the Faculty of Commerce and Administration (2013)