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Key Services:

HR Plans that Support Business Strategies
HR Function Redesign
HR Skill Development

Major initiatives to renew the HR function are underway in many corporations. The results of managing change in HRM vary widely; break-through improvement remains a difficult challenge.

Based on our work in numerous multi-national corporations CHRS has created a rich tool kit and clear set of road-maps for changing the role, skills, organization and processes of HR organizations. Greg Kesler and Julia Law received the Walker Award from the HRPS for best advances in state-of-the-art thinking for their article, "Implementing Major Change in the HR Organization". The article compared the approaches of five major multi-nationals that re-tooled the HR organization.

We have provided these and other elements of human resources transformation - both working on our own with clients and as partners with other consulting firms:

Assessment of current effectiveness of the HR function.
Customized education programs to develop new skills and toolkits.
Blueprints to manage a transformation of the function.
New organization designs and role definitions for HR
Assessment and development of HR professional competencies, based on the new requirements
Redesign of key HR practices and processes



Greg Kesler's HRPS article, "Four Steps to Building an HR Agenda," summarizes the approach we have often used to turn planning into a collaborative change event - aimed at building alignment with line partners for a clear HR agenda.

See Greg's articles on the site, including:
"Four Steps to Building an HR Agenda"
"Implementing Major Change in the HR Organization".

Practice Areas:
Strategic Staffing & Leadership Development
Compensation Strategy & Alternative Rewards
Re-Tooling the HR Organization & Strategy
Implementing Change
Organization Design

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