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Talent & Organization Performance

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human_capital Business Works of Ohio helps organizations increase productivity, market share and shareholder value by reviewing a clients organizational structure to help ensure the right people with the right skills are in the right roles. We deliver human capital strategies that will benefit a company's overall business and financial performance. Our approach helps ensure that all levels of the organization work together efficiently to create an innovative, talent-powered organization.
  • Change Management helps organizations prepare for changes by managing complex organizational and workforce transitions. We help them operate successfully once a business solution or transformation is in place to realize the greatest long-term value from their business improvement efforts.
  • Human Resources Management can drive a fundamental shift in the focus, activities and outcomes to deliver higher-value employee services at lower cost and to dramatically increase HR's strategic contribution.
  • Workforce Performance Management is helping organizations substantially increase productivity, market share and shareholder value by ensuring that they have the right people with the right skills in the right roles.
  • Leadership and Talent Management helps organizations streamline their businesses by establishing and nurturing a performance-orientated culture that improves individual performance and, in turn, contributes to its overall success. We can help define and implement "best practice" strategies to:  
    • insure "talent management" is defined broadly.
    • integrate the various elements of talent management into a comprehensive system.
    • focus talent management processes on their most highly valued talent. More talent management attention is given to managers and to professionals in core functions.
    • select decision makers who are committed to and invest their time in talent management work.
    • build competency models to create a shared understanding of the skills and behaviors that the organization needs and values in employees.
    • monitor talent system wide to identify current or potential future talent gaps.
    • excel at recruiting, identifying, developing, and retaining talent, as well as a managing performance.
    • regularly evaluate the results of talent management.

Last Updated on Thursday, 18 March 2010 11:32