How Do I..

How do I begin to put together a strategic HR plan?

An HR plan that is not aligned with how the business chooses to compete is by definition working at cross-purposes. For example, if a business chooses to compete primarily on the basis of cost/price, which suggests an entirely different operating model than a job-shop providing customized solutions. Who you hire, how you develop and reward, how you make decisions, your desired culture - all of it needs to derive from the strategic intent of the business. Putting in place an HR strategy that’s not fully dovetailed with business goals will create drag and unnecessary tensions that undermine efficiency and effectiveness. Some initial steps may include:

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