With the course “Personnel strategy: The road to agility” the participiants will learn the following skills:

  • Principles of agile management: What does “agile” mean? What does agile work mean?
  • Design and Communication of Agile Transformation: The ADKAR Model
  • Top instruments for personnel controlling

Book the course “Personnel strategy: The road to agility” online; convenient and easy with the product No. I08 and our course registration form online.

 

Price for the Course Personnel strategy: The road to agility

Price: 590,– £ excl. 19% VAT.

Included in the price:
Participants documents as PDF,  3-course meal, coffee, tea, soft drinks and snacks in the breaks

Book online with the product no. I08. Convenient and easy with the course registration form online.

 

 

Personnel strategy: The road to agility

 

Target Group for the course “Personnel strategy: The road to agility”

  • Entrepreneurs, managing directors, authorized signatories and personnel boards
  • Personnel decision-makers, personnel, and department managers and personnel officers
  • Newcomers and employees in the HR department, recruiting staff

 

Your benefit from the course “Personnel strategy: The road to agility”

  • Principles of agile management: What does “agile” mean? What does agile work mean?
  • Design and Communication of Agile Transformation: The ADKAR Model
  • Top instruments for personnel controlling

 

Your Advantage with the course “Personnel strategy: The road to agility”

Each participant receives the following S&P products:

+ S&P management cockpit: building an agile team

+ S&P Check: Lead agile teams properly

+ S&P Test Digital Transformation: How Professionally Do You Manage Change?

+ S&P Tool: Personnel controlling with the key figures

+ S&P Action Plan: Implementation of HR Strategy

 

Program for the course “Personnel strategy: The road to agility”:

Principles of agile management: What does “agile” mean? What does agile work mean?

  • How do I establish an agile company? How do agile teams work?
  • More flexibility in daily business – Use of agile techniques
  • The mix does it: a combination of agile techniques
  • Embedding in the overall change – Interface analysis
  • Create flow and establish a pull system

The participants will receive the following S&P products:

+ S&P management cockpit: building an agile team

+ S&P Check: Lead agile teams properly

 

Design and Communication of Agile Transformation: The ADKAR Model

  • What does agility mean for collaboration and processes in the company?
  • Leadership Agility – this is how they communicate the digital change in the company
  • Clearly define “rules of the game” and communication channels in the team
  • Lead with goals and formulate objectives agile
  • Team members “get on board” – make agility a common cause
  • Use agile personal instruments:
    • Johari Window
    • Return on Time Invested (ROTI)
    • Market of Skills

The participants will receive the following S&P products:

+ S&P Test Digital Transformation: How Professionally Do You Manage Change?

 

Top instruments for personnel controlling

  • Develop HR Key Figures – Your HR Monitoring
  • What contribution do HR key figures make to company management?
  • Please no “number cemetery”: The most important key figures at a glance
  • The balanced scorecard: Integration of corporate and personnel strategy
  • Limits of key figures: What regulates employee participation?
  • Big Data and Digital Transformation: New Requirements for Personnel Controlling

The participants will receive the following S&P products:

+ S&P Tool: Personnel controlling with the key figures

+ S&P Action Plan: Implementation of HR Strategy

 

The ADKAR Model: Teams create change

How do I design agile change processes as an HR manager? With the ADKAR model, you create the conditions for a successful change. The following five questions should be kept in mind:

  1. Awareness: Why should we be agile?
  2. Desire: What goals are achieved with agility and which hurdles are eliminated?
  3. Knowledge: What is the level of knowledge about agility in the team?
  4. Ability: What fears prevent the successful introduction of agile leadership?
  5. Reinforcement: What are the first goals we can achieve together quickly?