Companies across all industries are increasingly dependent on the software and systems they sell or operate. Agile has become the predominant approach to building and creating the value needed to remain viable in an increasingly digital marketplace. In addition to extensive practice guidance, Agile promotes and describes a comprehensive set of values and principles.
It is this new mindset that challenges Human Resources (HR) to realign their people approach to this new way of working. It imposes a far-reaching transformation to bring HR into the 21st century by shifting from process-oriented HR management to empowering Lean-Agile people operations.
- • Talent (attraction, recruitment, onboarding, engagement and development)
- • Performance and growth (people, capabilities and teams)
- • Learning and development
- • Organization design and operational models (structure, leading HR, executive team support and coaching, planning, reporting and follow-up)
- • Leadership and management
- • HR operations and services (employee lifecycle, admin processes and services, payroll, well-being, absence)
- • Incentives, rewards and benefits
- • HR information systems and technology (development, sourcing, implementation and adoption)
Who should attend?
This workshop is for anyone interested in addressing some of the challenges in HR.
The University of Southern Maine is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for the SHRM-CPSM or SHRM-SCPSM.
The registration fee includes all materials.
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