How can HR become a valuable business partner, central to strategy discussions? It’s all part of HR transformation. Many obstacles get in the way of HR success: reorganizations, M&A, talent shortages, budget pressures, employee demands, and disruptive new technologies.
Jai Shah, Managing Partner Product Innovation and Development with Hula Partners; Bruce Shaffer, Vice President Human Resources with OneSubsea and Dave Holberry, Engineering Director with OneSubsea provided their perspectives and real world experience in the keynote at the WorkforceNEXT Fall Energy Summit last month, Aligning HR with Business Strategy - Business Drivers for Competency Management, provided real solutions.
The information-packed slides from their presentation are available for viewing on our WorkforceNEXT Speaker Deck:
Here's an overview of the Engineering and Technology Talent Management Journey explained in detail on the Onsubsea slides:
- [Their] management asked for the development of Best-in-Class processes and tools for selecting, engaging, developing, recognizing and retaining engineering talent
- An Engineering Technical Career Ladder (ETCL) was developed and implemented in 2014
- Developed complementary processes and tools to help the business select, engage, develop, recognize and retain engineering talent (ROADS initiative)
Check out the full deck for the complete info, graphs and stats — We hope you enjoy! You can also view the complimentary video of the full keynote presentation by connecting through Pink Petro HERE.