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À l'avenir, le management des Ressources Humaines doit se concentrer sur les résultats.
Face au rythme croissant de changement requis par la technologie, la globalisation, la course au profit et la demande client, les responsables RH doivent mettre en oeuvre de nouvelles pratiques professionnelles qui seront conçues pour créer de la valeur et dégager des résultats.
Quatre rôles-clés permettront au responsable RH d'adapter ses pratiques et de créer de la valeur.
Le responsable RH doit être un partenaire dans la définition de l'exécution des stratégies d'entreprise, un expert en organisation du travail pour répondre aux contraintes de coûts et de qualité, un manager du capital intellectuel de l'entreprise sachant cultiver l'implication du personnel et, enfin, être un agent du changement capable de susciter et d'accompagner les transformations fondamentales touchant l'activité de l'entreprise.
Les services de RH sont les premiers concernés par ce défi.
Pour accomplir ce changement de nature et sortir de la routine des pratiques administratives, les professionnels de la fonction RH doivent repenser leur métier et appliquer à leur propre département les méthodes de diagnostic organisationnel et stratégique. -- Idées clés, par Business Digest


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  • Relié: 304 pages
  • Editeur : Harvard Business Review Press; Édition : Underlining (1 novembre 1996)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0875847196
  • ISBN-13: 978-0875847191
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One of the best business (not just HR) books in years 18 janvier 2000
Par Tim Feagan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Mr. Ulrich has written a true gem. Don't be fooled by the title, since I feel this book is appropriate for a wide range of business leaders, not just HR staff. Probably the best aspect of this book is that the ideas and concepts can be immediately applied. Mr. Ulrich provides lots of concrete examples, worksheets, and tables that can practically be used "as-is". Chapters 3 through 6 are the roadmaps for transforming an HR function from an administrative roadbloack into a key business partner. Read them carefully and you will be well prepared for your journey. Chapter 3 - Becoming a Strategic Partner - should be required reading not only for HR people, but for anyone in a leadership position. In this chapter Mr. Ulrich gives one of the most clear and concise explanations of "organizational diagnosis" that I have ever read. It's basically a blueprint for designing a high-performance organization. Like most people out there, I have read a lot of business books that were pure junk. But as the manager of organizational development for a telecommunications company, I would highly recommend this book to HR staff, OD specialists/consultants, and mid- to senior-level leaders. I think you will find a wealth of practical information between its covers.
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Old Myths and New Realities of HR 19 mars 2001
Par Turgay BUGDACIGIL - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
"Leaders at any level of a company must cherish and commit to winning. But wanting to win is not enough: Leaders must set a path that makes it happen. A firm's path to winning must increasingly go beyond mastering balance sheets, creating new manufacturing processes, and forming customer relationships; it must build that change, learn, move, and act faster than those of its competitors. To make the best use of these organizational capabilities, executives must see their human resource practices as source of competitive advantage...The successful leaders of the future must be able to create organizational capabilities. They must be able to identify the capabilities critical to business success and to design and deliver human resource management practices that can create those capabilities. To create value and deliver results, the leaders of the future must become human resource champions...So what do these competitive challenges mean for the continuing evolution of HR? On the one hand, HR refers to the organizational systems and processes within a firm that govern how work is done...On the other hand, HR refers to the HR function or department. The new competitive realities suggest a new agenda for HR, an agenda focused on championing competitiveness. As champions of competitiveness, HR professionals must focus more on the deliverables of their work than on doing their work better. They must articulate their role in terms of value created. They must create mechanisms to deliver HR so that business results quickly follow. They must learn to measure results in terms of business competitiveness rather than employee comfort and to lead cultural transformation rather than to consolidate, reengineer, or downsize when a company needs to turn around. To achieve these goals, HR must recognize and correct its past" (pp.16-17).
In this context, in Chapter 1, Dave Ulrich outlines old myths and new realities of HR as following:
I- Old Myths:
1. People go into HR because they like people.
2. Anyone can do HR.
3. HR deals with the soft side of a business and is therefore not accountable.
4. HR focuses on costs, which must be controlled.
5. HR's job is to be policy police and the health-and-happiness patrol.
6. HR is full of fads.
7. HR is staffed by nice people.
8. HR is HR's job.
II- New Realities:
1. HR departments are not designed to provide corporate therapy or as social or health-and-happiness retreats. HR professionals must create the practices that make employees more competitive, not more comfortable.
2. HR activities are based on theory and research. HR professionals must master both theory and practice.
3. The impact of HR practices on business results can and must be measured. HR professionals must learn how to translate their work into financial performance.
4. HR practices must create value by increasing the intellectual capital within the firm. HR professionals must add value, not reduce costs.
5. The HR function does not own compliance-managers do. HR practices do not exist to make employees happy but to help them become committed. HR professionals must help managers commit employees and administer policies.
6. HR practices have evolved over time. HR professionals must see their current work as part of an evolutionary chain and explain their work with less jargon and more authority.
7. At times, HR practices should force vigorous debates. HR professionals should be confrontative and challenging as well as supportive.
8. HR work is as important to line managers as are finance, strategy, and other business domains. HR professionals should join with managers in championing HR issues.
Finally, he writes that "the HR function traditionally has spent more time professing than being professional. The HR function has been plauged by myths that keep it from being professional. Regardless of whether these myths originate with HR people or with line managers, it is time they were overcome. It is time to talk less and do more; time to add value, not write value statements; time to build competitive, not comfortable, organizations; time to be proactive, not reactive. It is time to perform, not preach."
Strongly recommended.
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Discuss these ideas in your management team 27 novembre 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This excellent book helps us to view HR not as a bunch of functional activities but the people dimension of our business. If you got the time to read just one general HR book - this is your natural choice. Whereever I go in our organization I strongly recommend our HR managers to read it and discuss it with their local management team.
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An important contribution to the field of HR management. 20 mars 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Focuses on four HR outcomes: strategy execution, administrative efficiency, employee contribution, and capacity for change. Argues that HR work is patterned in bureaucratic ways and that major changes are needed. Shows how line managers and HR professionals together can champion the competitive organization of the future. An important contribution to the field of HR management.
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basically good, but no longer cutting edge 20 février 2004
Par HR Professional - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I read this book back in grad school (degree in HR). While it was current then, the concepts are no longer cutting edge/benchmark HR. This is a well-written book and is helpful for the HR novice to gain an understanding of the evolution of HR as a profession. However, for those who already work in an organization where HR is not only at the table, but setting the strategic direction hand in hand with the CEO as a valued member of the leadership team, this book could use a few more chapters. In the last 5 years many companies have moved past the "recognizing HR as a player" stage and are firmly in a space where there is a set expectation of HR - to help set the stategic direction for obtaining their revenue and market growth targets. It is in these areas that I would like to see the next ground breaking insights from Ulrich.
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