Today the most progressive companies have changed the HR role to a more coaching role serving all the people, not just management. Although this changed view of the formal HR role is still not fully mainstream today, many organisations are experimenting with alternative structures, ways of working (like Scrum), and people practices that allow a truly Agile culture to thrive.
Let’s take a step back, observe our daily HR practices, and hold them against the light of the Agile principles. This will foster debate and trigger discussions about the role of HR in servicing an organisation for the better, and how HR processes can be tailored to these needs.
The fact that this learning journey is spread out over a span of 10 weeks, will enable the group to establish deeper learning by experimenting with putting the concepts into practice. Discussing ideas and experiences during the sessions and going through the extra reading material will help students define their own Agile HR recipes.
You will leave this experience having gained both knowledge and practical skills, that enable you to create lasting change, people engagement, and a truly empowered workplace where ‘humans’ can be resourceful.
In this course, you will explore concepts and strategies to apply Agile across your organisation. This includes organisational structure, re-engaging and empowering your people and the critical role of Human Resources in the transformation of a culture that values agility.