The ideal HR organisation
Recently we published a collection of HR models (What does good HR look like: 30 different models). These models were focused on the required competencies of successful HR professionals. Another question is: how do we organise HR? We collected more than 40 visuals that can inspire you when transforming your HR organisation. We hope you enjoy this collection of circles, pyramids, arrows and flow-charts.
15 indeed, I counted. I certainly can think of other key roles, like organisational design, communication and learning & development.
A nice three-dimensional pyramid from the Apollo group.
Josh Bersin always creates thoughtful content. Two graphics out of the Bersin files.
I like “Embedded HR”.
One more time we can ask: why a pyramid?
Business needs in the middle. Traditional top-down approach.
The evolution of HRM
From welfare management to strategic human resource management, in what looks like a downward path.
Grochowski & Ulrich
The Harvard Model for HR
The executive is a man, HR is led by a woman.
High Impact HR Operating Model
The HR Guy
HR in Asia
HR Management & Governance Framework
The periodic table of HR.
HR Maturity scale (Paul Kearns)
Breaking through the brick wall.
HR Operating Model Maturity Curve
HR Trend Institute
From the HR Trend Institute, a couple of years old.
IES: What customers want from HR
No sandals (with wings), no green boots, but running shoes!
ISS strategic HR framework
The future is still a pyramid.
Jon Ingham: The HR network Model
Worthwhile thoughts from Jon Ingham.
More about people than organisation.
And the Target Interaction Model (TIM).
The role of HR
Don’t forget the external forces!
Der Schwarze Falke
Pyramid AND use of colour abuse. Why a pyramid? Why is traditional HR green?
The good old iconic Ulrich model, that has influenced HR organisations in the last decades. Not always well-understood.
A diverse organisation.
This post is a joint production with The Museum of HR