October 2, 2014

HR Should Own Organizational Effectiveness

This recent article in Forbes makes bold statements regarding the desired role of Human Resource Managers in organizations. Although we do not think that any role should, or indeed could “own” something as cooperation-based as organizational effectiveness, we do sympathize with the frustration of modern organizations regarding the passive role of Human Resources Management departments and professionals. The observations of the article will stay relevant for years to come.

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  1. Organizational Effectiveness involves strategic alignment, organizational agility, superb execution, and robust employee engagement, so in managing talent HR ought seek out ways to empower the enterprise to acheive these.

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