Featuring: Professor Dick Beatty, Professor Wayne Brockbank, Professor Dave Ulrich, & Associate Professor Maggie Zhou
This session examines how the strategic context of firms has changed and acknowledges that a “New HR” is required to deliver new forms of competitive advantage. We will share data and insights derived from a recent University of Michigan survey of business leaders and identify what HR and organizations must do to deliver the workforce and workplace needed to survive in the next round of competition.
This session highlights the research of faculty from the Advanced Human Resource Executive Program and Strategic Human Resource Planning program offered by Michigan Ross Executive Education.
Featuring Professor Dave Ulrich
HR Guru Dave Ulrich provides tips and insights for optimizing inside a crisis. View slides
Featuring: Professor Dave Ulrich
The Organization Guidance System (OGS) helps decision makers more precisely target and measure the impact of people and organization investments on employee, strategy, customer, investor, and social citizenship results. This session will introduce the OGS and review the key talent, leadership, organization, and HR initiatives that business and HR leaders might pursue to deliver stakeholder results.
Featuring Ross Alumni and Friends
Chief Executive Education Officer Melanie Weaver Barnett leads a conversation with distinguished members of the Ross alumni community to discuss what their organizations are doing to adjust to the new realities.
Jeff Brodksy - CHRO, Morgan Stanley
Sandra Buchanan Hurse - CHRO, Grosvenor Capital Management (MBA '91)
Featuring: Professor Dick Beatty, Professor Wayne Brockbank, & Professor Dave Ulrich
In the post-pandemic world, firms will need to quickly adjust their business models and capabilities to create a competitive advantage. Those that effectively respond through human, organizational, and workforce capabilities will win in the marketplace. With years of empirical research and practical experience throughout the world, the Advanced Human Resource Executive Program faculty will address these issues in this dynamic and results-focused session.
Featuring: Iveta Brigis
Talent management is going through a major transformation: organizations around the world are learning to use people analytics to gain insights about their workforce, to increasingly make design and policy decisions based on science and data, and to focus more on employee experience. This session will discuss how the global pandemic and racial equity movements necessitate that the people field continues its evolution, and share practical tips on talent management, leadership and manager development, people analytics, and overall people strategy.