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[IWS] WFPMA: CREATING PEOPLE ADVANTAGE 2014-2015: HOW TO SET UP GREAT HR FUNCTIONS: CONNECT, PRIORITIZE, IMPACT [December 2014]

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World Federation of People Management Associations (WFPMA)

Boston Consulting Froup (BCG)

 

CREATING PEOPLE ADVANTAGE 2014-2015: HOW TO SET UP GREAT HR FUNCTIONS: CONNECT, PRIORITIZE, IMPACT [December 2014]

http://www.wfpma.com/sites/wfpma.com/files/BCG_Creating_People_Advantage_2014-2015.pdf

[full-text, 40 pages]

 

CONTENTS

3              INTRODUCTION

5              KEY HR TOPICS

12           THE LINK BETWEEN FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE AND HR CAPABILITIES

18           HR'S BUSINESS IMPACT

21           REGIONAL AND INDUSTRY CONSIDERATIONS

25           WHAT SETS GREAT HR FUNCTIONS APART

26           APPENDIX 1: METHODOLOGY

28           APPENDIX 2: EXECUTIVE INTERVIEWEES

31           APPENDIX 3: SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS

34           FOR FURTHER READING

35           NOTE TO THE READER

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