The job of sweeper includes cleaning, but what's pivotal is often helping guests. Learn how the implications of bottlenecks reveal talent pivot points.
- What if I asked your leaders…to name the most strategic talent in your organization?…Most leaders would answer the question…using very simple associations.…If they're trying to increase sales,…they would say the strategic talent must be the salesforce.…If they're trying to increase product innovation,…they would say the strategic talent…must be the product developers.…Salespeople and product developers are certainly important,…but is it always true that improving their performance…has the most impact?…Usually the true strategic roles are not so obvious.…
What if you made strategic talent investments…with the same rigor as you invest money?…How do you and your leaders decide…where to invest money in the business?…Do you automatically invest more money…in the largest division or the one with the most sales?…No, you consider the return on investment.…A small division with a fast-growing product…should get a larger investment…than a big established division if the return is higher.…
When you invest money you ask this question.…
- Arrange the questions of HR strategy in order of importance.
- Define “pivotal” within the context of the course.
- Identify three key questions that help clarify and focus organizational strategy.
- Define the term “bottleneck.”
- Name four characteristics a person might have that supports improved work performance.
- Explain the importance of an HR budget that aligns with HR strategy.
- Describe the three energy profiles and how they can be used to create a balance in HR strategy.