For ten consecutive years now, economists around the world have measured declining people productivity which is creating a drag on business performance. The reasons for this are varied and complex, however, the COVID 19 crisis is emerging as a catalyst to fix these issues. Crises often knock us onto a different path, and some argue that when it comes to the workplace, the current crisis has changed the world of work forever, and for the better.
Changes in the way we work – where, when, how – have come quickly and will drive a more digital and integrated working experience. This workshop will give you the tools, models, and capabilities to get the right people, in the right place, at the right time, with the right skills and motivation to permanently improve workforce engagement and performance. Solutions based on proven methods and tools by the world’s most successful companies. This workshop uses up to date case studies of those organizations who have solved the productivity puzzle.
Based on Tim Ringo’s award-winning new book, Solving the Productivity Puzzle, (Kogan Page) – Winner of Business Book Award 2021 – HR and Management, this workshop will explore linking people productivity to business strategy, and results, and give you the tools and ideas to take back to your workplace to make lasting change.
- Mapping people productivity challenges to business improvement imperatives
- Linking people productivity to business performance measures
- Strategic workforce planning principles, design, and implementation
- Change management principles in the context of people and organizational change
- HR operating model design and implementation
- Business case modelling for people change
- Organization structure re-design and modelling
- IT selection, architecture, and design
- Business change road mapping and risk mitigation
- HR and finance analytics
- Benefits definition and measurement
Four half-days, interactive, workshop with:
- compelling presentations with the latest research
- live polling
- real life case studies of successful companies
- group exercises with digital participant guide, to take away and use back on your job
- group discussion and debate
Tim Ringo, Chartered FCIPD, is an author, speaker and executive board advisor on topics related to HR and Human Capital. His latest book, Solving the Productivity Puzzle, published August 2020 on Kogan Page, recently won Business Book of the year (HR and Management), by the prestigious, Business Book Awards. Tim is a former senior executive in Accenture, IBM and SAP. He has over 30 years’ experience as a senior executive in the HR Consulting and HR Software industry. He has architected and led some of the largest and most successful HR change programs in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East.
Who Should Attend?
This course is based on Tim Ringo’s latest award-winning book, Solving the Productivity Puzzle, (Winner, Business Book of the Year – HR & Management, May 2021) and is designed for anyone involved in organization change and driving improved people productivity and business performance. Particularly, leaders in HR, Operations, IT and Finance who all need to work together as a team to drive effective and sustainable change.
Roles: HR, IT and Finance managers, and heads of departments as well as CHRO, COO, CFO and CIO.
Session 1: The New Normal
How to leverage emerging trends to create positive change in the workplace:
- 21st Century motivation techniques
- The machines are coming; are you ready?
- Workforce Well-being takes center stage
- Diversity and Inclusion is not optional
- From Big Data to Smart Data
- Flexible working
- Solving the Productivity Puzzle
Exercise 1: What emerging trends create new opportunities for you?
What Does Good Look Like When Solving the Productivity Puzzle
– Case Study: IBM
How top companies define and implement people productivity and performance solutions.
- The integrated talent management mindset: key to define it in your organization
- The integrated human capital lifecycle
- Strategic workforce planning is key
- Integrated people processes and technology
- The human experience; what does good look like?