New Responsibilities for HR in the Information Economy

19 september 2012
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19 september 2012
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New Responsibilities for HR in the Information Economy

On Tuesday 19 September Hans Strikwerda, Director of the Nolan, Norton Institute will host a free webinar on “the new responsibilities for HR in the information economy”

An Emerging Paradigm for HR
Information economy is driven by creative knowledge workers, who work with uncodified personal knowledge as well as technology and data.

Who are these new generation workers?
In the new, information dominated reality knowledge workers are recognised as part of the firm's value. Self-managing and competent, they have different motivation and commitment and ultimately require a new type of organisation.

It's time for HR to step to the forefront of the firm's design and put its expertise in organisational behaviour to use by creating a safe and stimulating environment for the modern worker. HR will reposition itself in the value creation process of the firm and its value for stakeholders.

In this exclusive webinar for HR InSights members, Prof. Hans Strikwerda will provide a holistic view on the nature of the firm by integrating various disciplines and using proven insights from the field of organisational behaviour.

You will discover how HR and CFO can work as a team to create value by the interaction of the human capital, organisational capital, and information capital.

Attend this session to gain these key insights:

  • The importance of human capital in creating shareholder value
  • The role of HR expertise in organisational behaviour to create a safe and stimulating environment for knowledge workers
  • How HR can help managers avoid resistance to control and the trap of isolated values and culture programs
  • The value HR creates through human capital, organization capital and information capital

Event informatie

Bedrijf: Nolan, Norton & Co.

Datum: 19 september 2012

Inschrijven voor: 19 september 2012

Type event: Seminar

Doelgroep: Professionals