Hr Professtional
Ramesh Rajagopal
Sr. Manager-business Excellence

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Dear All,
In connection with the recent meeting I had with our Director in the company, He asked me to draft few process for HR dept in order to reach the next level of CMM.
I would like to know what HR Process would be there, apart from the Procedure I Hold Now.
1. Training & Development,
2. Competency Management,
3. Recruitment & Selection, Employee Separation.
4. General appraisals, Employee Satisfaction Survey.
Pls come out with some different Processes apart from the above.

Thank you Sujatha, Can you help me understand What HR exatly has to do in Org Development, Succession Planning, Career Development & learning, apart from the activities I have given. Regards Srilatha
My two cents contribution.........

In succession planning you have to identify key positions in the organization and make plans for second level people development. Objective is, If a person holding a key position resigns/retires you should have a back-up in place for smooth running of the organization.

In Career planning, once again you have to identify key people in the organization (based on a set criteria) and prepare a road map for their career.This includes, identification of their potentials, competancy gaps, plan to develop them etc...( you should be ready with an answer If a star performer asks a question "what is my career growth in this organization in next 5 years?")

for Organisation development you have to assess the current situation for all aspects of HR. For this you need inputs such as Org Vision, Current and future requirements,external environment, competition etc.. and arrive at current maturity level (you can use PCMM guidelines). Then plan for next level of maturity. You have to consider aspects like talent aquisition and management, leadership development , succession planning etc.......


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