HR Function Optimisation through Strategic Reviews | KPMG | Malta

HR Function Optimisation through Strategic Reviews

HR Function Optimisation through Strategic Reviews

The ideal start to any talent management strategy.

The ideal start to any talent management strategy.

Strategic reviews are carried out to secure strong foundations for the development of a Talent Management strategy. This ensures that any Talent decision made by an organisation is based on the actual talent requirement and business objectives of the organisation.

Strategic reviews are carried out to develop an organisation’s:

  • Core competencies
  • HR policies and procedures
  • Vision, Mission, and Values
  • Organisational structure

They are an ideal diagnostic tool for identifying the root cause of any talent issue and support organisations in the development of a Talent Management strategy that supports the business strategy and objectives. It also leads to a strategic and efficient HR function that is able to deal with people related matters that may affect business success.

A strategic review is carried out through assessing HR practices, policies and procedures within the organisation related to recruitment and selection, on-boarding, termination processes, job specifications, employment conditions, compensation and benefit packages, performance management systems and training, gathering data from employees at all levels of the organisation, meetings with senior management, understanding the business objectives, and understanding the processes and factors that enable business success.

This process involves a variety of interventions including electronic questionnaires and surveys, focus groups, management retreats, and more. 

Workforce Analytics and Planning

Conducting a strategic review also involves looking at the organisation structure and job specifications, and assessing the internal workforce capabilities the organisation is currently working with.

Once this exercise is done, we can assist organisations in determining future workforce capability requirements to build the workforce capabilities needed to execute their business strategy.

This is done through various interventions including organisational hierarchy analysis, job/role grading, job evaluations and task analysis, change management, competency modelling and more.

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