HR as Business Partner: A Talent, Not a Title
Feb 20, 2013
5:30 pm until 7:30 pm
Partner: One associated with another especially in an action (Miriam Webster). It has been more than 15 years since Dave Ulrich introduced the concept. At its core, the HR Business Partner represents a function integral to and imbedded in the organization, at the business unit level in large organizations or small. It doesn't have to "align" because it is already "part of." And yet, almost two decades later, few of us bear the title or have organizational structure that reflect that kind of integration.
Query most HR leaders who found the way to the much lauded "table" and they share a common path - whether they had the title or not, they operated as partners - from the beginning.
||General: $35 / NCHRA Members: $0.
One Capitol Mall - Suite 260 Room 4
|Sponsor||Northern California Human Resources Association|
|Contact name||Denise Granados|
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