Operating Model

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Operating Model

The workforce of the future is fluid, multifaceted, dynamic, individualized and geographically dispersed, all of which requires a fundamental rethinking of traditional modes of engagement, development, support, and compliance. With the candidate and employee experience understandably dominating much of the mindshare of the industry, HR, finance, and IT leaders are under immense pressure to increase service at lower costs, all while ensuring that KPIs and metrics are moving in a positive direction.

IA’s methodology separates signal from noise to focus on the most viable means of structuring and restructuring the role of the HR business partner, shared services, centers of excellence/expertise and frictionless movement among and between each of these critical stakeholder groups. Why wait for change to be imposed upon you by external forces when we can get prepared today, within?

Transform HR for a Major Retailer

The organization was in the middle of a major HR transformation. Leaders had a vision, but they felt stuck after several years bogged down in an HR tech implementation.

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Transform HR for a Major Retailer

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HR Has a Language Problem

HR Has a Language Problem

It was day three of the HR Technology Conference and co-chairman Steve Boese was leading a panel of CHROs from some of HR Executive’s Most Admired Companies for HR. Steve was well into the conversation when he asked a question about the perceived criticality of...
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