Presentation on theme: "Telecommunication Development Bureau HUMAN RESOURCES COMPETENCY MODELLING HUMAN RESOURCES COMPETENCY MODELLING ITU Regional Workshop on Strategic HR Management."— Presentation transcript:
Telecommunication Development Bureau HUMAN RESOURCES COMPETENCY MODELLING HUMAN RESOURCES COMPETENCY MODELLING ITU Regional Workshop on Strategic HR Management Cairo Egypt April 2008 Program Outline
Telecommunication Development Bureau LOOKING OURSELVES STRAIGHT IN THE MIRROR!!!!!!!
Telecommunication Development Bureau The new Business environment is placing new challenges on the HR professional that were not part of the traditional HR environment. The profession appears to have been re- invented, and is expected to assume a greater role in the success of organisations and enterprises than has been the case in the past. The Challenge seems to be for the HR Professionals to rise to the expectations of the enterprises, rather than with the recognition itself.
Telecommunication Development Bureau HR Professionals need to look themselves straight in the mirror, and face the challenges they have to overcome. They need to turn their weaknesses into strengths, and seize this opportunity to give their profession the recognition it has for so long been longing for.
Telecommunication Development Bureau HR needs a Strategic Plan of How to meet the expectations of todays enterprises. Identifying the industrys needs; What HR is able to do to meet those needs; Identifying the Gap; Proposing solutions for bridging that gap.
Telecommunication Development Bureau Competency Model for HR Professionals
Telecommunication Development Bureau HR Competency Model
Telecommunication Development Bureau Requisite Competencies What Competencies do we have that we can use in the Role of HR Business Partner? What competencies do we need to develop to be effective Business partners? How can we plan to deliver these competencies? On a Scale of 1 to 10, how would we rank ourselves? Would you Hire yourself for SHR as a Business Partner?
Telecommunication Development Bureau THE MERCER SURVEY REVISITED
Telecommunication Development Bureau Skills that are weak/very weak Business Strategy Skills55% Financial Skills50% Cross-functional Expertise48% Cross Analysis and Measurement44% Organisational Assessment / Organisational Design 43%
Telecommunication Development Bureau Skills that are weak/very weak HSIS data analysis and reporting43% Process Management/Process Improvement 39% Change Management39% Project management38% Business Understanding35%
Telecommunication Development Bureau We need to develop Raining and Staff Development Plans for our staff in order to prepare them to become Business Partner HR practitioners. We need to keep abreast of trends in our profession by constantly reading on the internet to promote the learning culture. Be part of the change, proactive and aggressive.
Telecommunication Development Bureau CONCLUSION: For the First time since its establishment, the fate of the HR profession is in the hands on HR It is also potentially at its strongest position. Ceteris Paribus.