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  • Heather Carnes, MS, SPHR, SHRM-CP

Who Doesn't Love a Good Plan?

Updated: Jan 11, 2020

Did you know that 83 % of #executives say they will be increasing the use of contingent, intermittent or consultant employees in the future?


While the organization’s financial goals are often front and center in a top-level strategy, in most companies, people and talent priorities are equally important (or should be!) .


☑️ The first step in the HR strategic planning process is to gain a clear and comprehensive understanding of an organization's current situation to answer the question, "Where are we now?".

☑️ Take time to gather rich and robust data by performing an #OrganizationalAnalysis.


☑️ Can you answer these questions about your company?

• What is happening in the internal and external business environment?

• How will HR and Talent Development be used within the overall organization?

• What #competencies are needed for the future?

• What is the talent pool makeup currently?

• What are the organizational objectives and how does HR align to them?

• How are internal and external forces impacting the company?

• What is not happening in the business that should be happening?

• What business problems exist?


Engage with us to develop high-impact HR plans!

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