Advanced Human Resource Executive Program

DATES & LOCATIONS

07 Jul - 18 Jul 2014Ann Arbor, MI - $24,500 USDRegister
27 Oct - 07 Nov 2014Ann Arbor, MI - $24,500 USDRegister

Faculty

Richard W. Beatty, J. Wayne Brockbank, William Joyce, Laurie Siegel, Charles Tharp, David O. Ulrich

*Fee includes accommodations and meals

Advanced Human Resource Executive Program

Highlights  │   ► Takeaways & Tools  │   ► Who Should Attend?  │   ► Toolbox  │   ► Fees

You've Earned a Seat at the Table. Now make it count.

Establish HR as a true partner in advancing and driving business goals, and enhance your value as both a member of your senior management team and a leader of the human resource function of your organization.

In this program, you'll join HR guru Dave Ulrich, global HR thought leaders, and top-level HR executives for the world's preeminent HR executive development program. In it, you'll learn how to lead your HR operation to advance overall business strategy, deliver value to investors, customers, and employees, and set a new, strategic vision for your HR operations.

You'll learn to maximize HR's contribution to the management team, optimize for global competitiveness, and create effective HR analytics to prove HR's worth. In addition, you'll learn the latest research and thinking on talent management, communication, managing culture across global organizations, facilitating change, performance management, organization design, HR competence, upgrading HR professionals, and defining the organization's leadership brand.

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Program Highlights

  • Team-based case projects enable you to deploy new concepts and gain skills to apply knowledge to your organization.
  • You'll deeply explore the latest, 2012 results of the Human Resource Competency Study, the largest, most longitudinal study of HR practices worldwide, with study directors Dave Ulrich and Wayne Brockbank to apply key findings to your work.

Takeaways & Tools

  • Frameworks to translate business strategy to HR priorities, and then deploy HR practices advancing these business goals
  • Strategies to enter global markets and balance multinational cultures
  • Tools to design and implement a talent management agenda and build a competitive business culture
  • Metrics to better measure HR effectiveness in advancing business objectives
  • Tools to apply Dave Ulrich's latest findings for HR strategy, running HR from the outside-in, connecting its work to customer and shareholder value.
  • A comprehensive, step-by-step executive agenda to realign your HR function and gain buy-in from key stakeholders.

Who Should Attend?

  • Senior leaders seeking to develop creative, committed, and constructive teams
  • HR/Management teams addressing organizational opportunities and challenges
  • Executives who are leading or going through transformational change

Contact: Customer Service // +1 734-763-1000 // rossexeced@umich.edu


TOOLBOX

The Key Ingredients for Change By Ross Faculty Member Dave Ulrich

David Ulrich

So often our intentions to implement sustained change fall short, and we find both our personal leadership efforts and our organization initiatives starting with fanfare and then fizzling.

"Change is perhaps the greatest challenge in business today."

What does it take to realize sustained organizational change? Through our most recent round of research, assessing data from more than 20,000 HR professionals, we have identified the proven ingredients for successful change. Successful change requires starting it correctly, and then making it stick. Here's how:

Make it simple: Narrow down complexity and focus on a few key behaviors that have high impact on the most important issues.

Watch how you spend your time: As the old maxim goes, actions speak louder than words. Employees see what leaders do more than they listen to what you say. Pay attention to whom you spend time with, what issues you spend your time on, and where and how you spend your time.

Be Responsible: To realize the change, you must take full personal responsibility for it. Make your commitment public, follow up, and don't relent.

Read More: Professor Ulrich has 6 tips to drive your success.

Bio: Dave Ulrich

Bio: Wayne Brockbank

Dave Ulrich: The Future Targets or Outcomes of HR Work  │  More Executive Whitepapers

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Program Fees Include:

  • Tuition
  • Accommodations in Michigan Ross' first-class, full-service Executive Residence (pending availability)
  • Continental breakfasts, lunches, coffee/snack breaks, and selected dinners in our exclusive Executive Dining Room
  • Program materials and resources

Fee is payable in advance in US dollars and is subject to change. See our Cancellation, Transfer and Substitution Policy.

Apply

Admission to this program is by application only. There are three ways to apply:

  1. Register Now
  2. Download the application and mail it back to us or fax it to +1.734.764.4267
  3. Email or call us to request a paper form be mailed to you.  

Contact: Customer Service // +1 734-763-1000 // rossexeced@umich.edu

Advanced Human Resource Executive Program

DATES & LOCATIONS

07 Jul - 18 Jul 2014Ann Arbor, MI - $24,500 USDRegister
27 Oct - 07 Nov 2014Ann Arbor, MI - $24,500 USDRegister

Faculty

Richard W. Beatty, J. Wayne Brockbank, William Joyce, Laurie Siegel, Charles Tharp, David O. Ulrich
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