Операционная модель HR: новые тренды. Changing HR Operating Models

01.09.2016 CIPD collection of thought pieces: Changing HR Operating Models

  As a courtesy of Kingston CIPD IHRM Masters program  we are pleased to offer for download the collection of articles on the change in HR Operating Models: A CIPD collection of thought pieces 'Changing HR Operating Models', 2015.

This collection of thought pieces brings together a number of lead thinkers; academics, practitioners and consultants who are active in the debate about the future of the HR function. We asked them to talk about HR operating models from various angles to provide a summary of the key themes for HR practitioners.


A modern HR operating model: the world has changed. Josh Bersin, Bersin by Deloitte

The future is ‘centres of expertise’. What impact has 18 years of the Ulrich model had on the HR operating model and what does it tell us about the future? Allan Boroughs, Orion Consulting

‘You can’t put in what God left out’: not everyone can be a strategic HR business partner. Nick Holley, Henley Business School

Will the cloud have a silver lining for HR outsourcing? Andrew Spence, Glass Bead Consulting

Reflecting on the past and looking to the future: the importance of business structure. Dave Ulrich, Ross Business School, University of Michigan and RBL Group

Owning our HR Operating Model: an enterprise centred Organisational Design methodology for HR. Barry Fry, Slumbering Giants and Anton Fishman

What does the future of HR look like in an SME? Jill Miller, CIPD

Living in a collaborative world: implications for HR operating models. Professor Paul Sparrow, Lancaster Business School

The strategic role of HR. John W. Boudreau and Edward E. Lawler III, University of Southern California

Cloud technology in the HR operating model. Gareth Williams, Travelex

Source: cipd.co.uk

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