Strategic organizational & process areas
Human Capital Management is a pillar of each organization and can make a valuable contribution to strategic business decisions concerning what many
CEOs feel is a company's most valuable asset – its employee talent.
Human Capital Management is a wide domain, whereby certain areas are important to focus on:
- Talent Management, covering the employee lifecycle – Recruitment, Enterprise Learning Management, Succession Planning, Employee Performance Management and Compensation Management
- Employee Management, covering the Administration and Reporting
part of Human Resources, enabling the organization - Human Resource professionals, employees and managers/executives - to
use self services based on Portal technologies
To fully realize efficiency improvements and to increase the return on investment it is necessary to fully transform HR departments to become
more strategic in their focus.
To achieve this business goal a correct understanding and implementation
of Talent Management can be seen as the enabler. In addition to that, a comprehensive and harmonized employee data source provides the organization with valuable reports and indicators.
It is crucial that an organization determines and lives unified strategic Human Resource goals. These strategic goals need to be effectively communicated and reflected in the underlying processes and behaviors, throughout the organization, covering all business units and employees.
Organizations must continue to adopt best practices in three areas: organizational, business process and technology with a clearly defined target operating model to optimize their business performance, this generates significant value through cost savings and increased effectiveness, while keeping or even improving HR customer services.
Innasci has the expertise to support clients in shaping their strategy, defining their target operating model and rolling it out companywide; in this context it is important that beside the pure strategy definition, the transformation process and the required cost/benefit analysis are conducted thoroughly.