“If we’re going to have a good HR program, we need to understand it’s not just about the bottom line.”
– Michael Dell CEO Michael Dell was right about the company’s value proposition.
In his 2016 report to the CEO of his new investment firm, Dell said, “I see HR as a key strategic tool that could be an asset to the company in many ways.
It’s about being the company with a mission, a vision and an ethos.
HR is a key driver for that vision.”
Dell went on to say that it was a “fundamental part of the culture of our company” that we all have a vision for what we want to achieve.
He went on and said that it is a “very important part of who we are and what we are about” and that it “has a direct impact on how we operate, how we think, and how we treat our clients.
I also believe that we must be careful to build HR teams that understand how their organizations can best serve the people that they serve, because they are in a position to provide a much better result for their clients.
Dalvins words, in my mind, are prescient.
He may be right about HR’s value as a strategic tool for the company, but we need more people to think of this as a “strategic tool” instead of a “value proposition.”
The first step to getting a good manager is recognizing the value that HR can provide.
It is very easy to think that you can create a culture where you have a high value proposition and then build a HR program on top of that.
In this sense, you have to think very differently.
I have worked with managers who believe that a HR plan is more important than the value proposition because they often overlook the value they deliver to their team and the benefits they bring to the client.
I know many managers who feel they don’t have enough managers to do a good job and they don.
In my opinion, you can’t create a high-value-per-dollar-of-employee HR program unless you understand what HR is and how to apply it to your business.
As you can see, there is a lot to learn and be able to apply to your team, and the best way to do that is to take a look at what is really driving the success of your business, your company, and your people.
As we move forward, the HR program will be critical to how we manage and scale our companies and businesses.
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