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Using HR metrics for maximum impact

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Using HR metrics for maximum impact

Published January 2012

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Who is this tool for?

  • HR and learning and development professionals who want to ensure that measurement of HR is aligned with organisational priorities.
  • Managers who want to use metrics and measures to maximise return on the skills and abilities of their people.
  • HR consultants working with client organisations to develop measures of HR effectiveness and impact.

Benefits of using this tool

For you

  • Apply the findings from the leading-edge Shaping the Future research about assessment and evaluation for sustainable organisation performance.
  • Review the extent to which the tangible and intangible aspects of the organisation’s human capital can be identified and harnessed.
  • Identify key organisation impact areas for HR and line managers to focus upon.

For your organisation:

  • Ensure clarity about priority issues that affect organisational performance.
  • Develop methods of measurement to develop organisational capability.
  • Develop sustainable measurement practices suitable for both challenging economic circumstances and organisational growth situations.

For your people:

  • Develop clarity on what ‘counts most’ in their organisation.
  • Use the information garnered to assess the impact of activity and inform their decision-making.
  • See organisational priorities within a wider picture in order to direct and manage themselves with more awareness.
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