Gina Miller 4DEP
11 October 2012
CIPD Human Resources Profession Map
The map was designed to assist HR Professionals in there career progression by describing the highest standards of professional competence that can be achieved.
The Map is broken down in to three elements:
Made up of 10 segments, these describe the areas within the HR discipline and what is required.
The two core areas of the map.
Strategies, Insights and Solutions
This area defines that the HR person needs to have a deep understanding of the business activities, strategies and plans. The strategies created must focus on the needs of the customers and employees, and add value to the organisation. They must be aware of issues that could affect the strategy and come up with solutions to adapt it.
Leading and Managing The Human Resources
HR professionals need to be able to leads and manage a fit for purpose HR function, Ensuring that the function has the right capability, capacity, and organisation design, and that HR employees are fully engaged, work collaboratively to support each other, each understanding what their own role is and how it contributes to the overall organisation strategy.
The organisation design professional ensures that the organisation is appropriately designed to deliver organisation objectives in the short and long-term and that structural change is effectively managed.
Organisation Development is about ensuring the organisation has a committed, ‘fit for the future’ workforce needed to deliver its strategic ambition. It plays a vital part in ensuring that the organisation culture, values and environment support and enhance organisation performance and adaptability. Provides insight and leadership on development and execution of any capability, cultural and change activities.
Resourcing and Talent Planning - The HR professional working in this area ensures that the organisation is able to identify and...
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