Translating Business Strategy into Talent Needs

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HRCI Category: Business  |  Credits: 4  |  $25

You will receive HRCI recertification credits AND SHRM PDC’s

Successful strategies and competitive advantage can only be accomplished if the workforce is tightly connected to the goals of the organization. This program will provide you with the tools and techniques to translate your organization’s business strategy into the key areas that make a difference in strategy execution. This will enable you to present a compelling business case for workforce initiatives that will get the attention of your senior leadership team and ensure talent investments that directly impact the bottom-line.

After completing this course you will be able to:

  • Determine your organization’s “strategic style” and use this as a focal point for making strategic choices.
  • Use a strategy map to create a visual representation of how the company intends to create value for the customer and shareholders over the long-term and the internal processes, talent and teamwork necessary to achieve strategic objectives.
  • Use the concept of strategic capability to help with talent planning.

You’ll Receive these Valuable Tools

  • Strategic Styles Matrix


Please note that two components to this course:  Build a Better Business Strategy and Strategy Maps: Plotting a Course to Success, can be purchased separately.

You will have access to this Course for 30 days.


What your colleagues are saying:

“Good stuff. I’ve taken quite a few on-line courses from other companies and so much of them contain so much psycho-babble. Yours do not and they are very relevant. I look forward to taking more courses next year.”

— Steve, Director, HR

“Thank you very much! I thoroughly enjoyed the course. The content was excellent—thorough, yet presented with appropriate depth. The visuals were very effective—great to see models wearing up-to-date clothing; engaging graphics. The amount of user interaction was good—just enough to keep you busy without going overboard.”

— Walter, Sr. Vice President, HR