Join this masterclass to learn how changing your HR operating model can help you moving from “designing-for-efficiency” to “designing-for-strategic-impact”.
Starting with the outcome of “The HR Efficiency European survey” followed by inspiring reflections, discussions, and steps about the best way to navigate paradoxes in HR.
The current pandemic and the dramatic contextual changes in the business world, made organizations change to survive. Businesses had to innovate or change their business models at once, and at the same time, they needed to keep their business performing efficiently while maintaining margins. They had to balance the drive for growth with increasing stakeholder pressure. “Paradox navigator” competency has a strong relationship with business performance – David Ulrich confirms this. Like in F1 it is about dealing with many things at the same time, even if they appear contradictory. How do you keep driving a Formula 1 racing car, while changing the tires at the same time?
Creating agile organizations requires navigating paradoxes that encourage “and/also” thinking. Navigating the paradoxes in HR and accepting them as part of reality is the first step for HR to be a true strategic partner in the organization. As in Formula 1, it is about looking at your dashboard and having your eyes on the road at the same time. It is about having that technologically outperforming car, but also a skilled driver. It is about winning the single race, but even better about winning the championship…
This Masterclass is the opportunity to give you the fuel for hands-on discussions, solid arguments and help you have a meaningful impact in the Boardroom with your CEO & Board of Directors, demonstrating a sustainable HR strategy execution.
Jan is a seasoned HR consultant and senior researcher at SD Worx and the University of Antwerp. He consults our clients on “future of work”, occasionally teaches and is a well-known speaker on the topic. He co-ordinates the research on “Next Generation Work” conducted by Prof Dr. Ans De Vos in the partnership with Antwerp Management School. He’s particularly interested in the costs and benefits of contingent work and is looking for answers to the question: “why do companies compose their workforce as they do?”
In today’s new world of work, people want to be inspired by what they do and have the freedom to focus on what matters. Organisations need a dynamic, motivated workforce empowered by smart technology. As a leading European provider of people solutions, SD Worx turns HR into a source of value for their customers’ business and the people that work for them. SD Worx delivers people solutions across the entire employee lifecycle, from paying employees to attracting, rewarding and developing the talent who make businesses succeed. SD Worx powers performance through four core capabilities: technology, outsourcing, expertise and data-driven insights.