July 31, 2012
According to XpertHR research, there are more organisations that involve senior managers from outside HR in planning HR strategy than organisations that seek the input from managers within HR.
The research mentions some numbers and percentages. It says that so and so amount of organisations do involve HR and an amount of others don’t. It says that 10% of business people do their HR strategy outside of business strategy, presumably in a separate meeting room or something… frankly, Guru can’t make head nor tail of it. There are far too many numbers and words all saying different things.
Anyway, it doesn’t matter exactly what the report says - the take-home message is that Guru doesn’t have enough say about strategy and should be given more responsibility for planning strategies. The situation at the moment is clearly not right. Guru just needs to think of some way to communicate this to management…