Today’s organisations operate in an increasing dynamic and competitive global environment. The most successful organisations tend to be innovative, creative and agile. HR Strategy is the enabler of these critical elements within an organisation. Therefore, defining an HR strategy is a key step in ensuring that HR functions both meet the needs of the business and support the commercial and competitive objectives of the organisation. There is no one-size-fits-all HR Strategy. Instead, an HR Strategy depends entirely on the specific needs of organisation.
Oxford starts every consulting project by fully understanding the business objectives of each client. Only then do we work with HR teams and executives to develop an HR Strategy that makes sense for their organisation. By spending time with key stakeholders to understand their unique business needs, our consultants are better positioned to work with the HR leadership to define approaches in each critical element of the HR delivery process.
Our strategies are designed for implementation because we aim to deliver. Oxford consultants are former HR Directors and organisational leaders that have years of experience designing and implementing practical, effective and efficient HR Strategies and services. Continual knowledge transfer ensures that our clients fully understand a new strategy and are prepared to take implementation into their own hands. Yet clients often ask us to help implement the HR Strategy, and we thrive on providing this practical, hands-on support throughout the implementation process.
- Setting HR strategic goals and KPIs
- Linking HR strategy to business strategy
- HR capability definition and development
- Attraction strategy and employee value propositions
- Talent acquisition strategy
- Development and retention strategy
- Performance management strategy
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