HR Innovation & Digitalization Program
HR I&D Program is the leading resource for digital HR transformation. The program is designed to enable HR leadership teams in large organizations to go digital with the HR function. The HR I&D Program specifically assists them to focus on their five crucial jobs to: align the HR agenda to digital, create business buy-in for HR digital, gather crucial knowledge of digital concepts inside the HR function, coordinate implementation of digital initiatives and optimize customer experience of HR services. To support these jobs, the HR I&D Program provides in-depth research, best practices, peer meetings, tools, advisory support and coaching.
Typically, our clients would buy an HR I&D Program BASE LICENSE to enable access for two people within a digital HR transformation unit. They receive the program services in an annual cycle. Some services are to be used by all participants – such as research, meetings, and tools. Others will be specifically designed to help clients achieve their individual goals, e.g. through advisory, virtual workshops, benchmark data, and ad-hoc peer consultation meetings, often with other participants to the program.
What sets the HR I&D program apart from other ways of tackling digital HR transformation? It is the tools that TI People co-creates with participating companies, thereby enabling HR leadership teams to meet their most critical transformation jobs. Some exemplary tools: HR Digital Maturity Diagnostic, HR Digital Roadmap Builder, HR Digital Training, and Customer Experience of HR Tool.
The HR I&D program offers meeting formats fulfilling different purposes:
– Virtual and ad-hoc meetings are convened regularly for fast-cycle peer exploration of specific issues, challenges or developments
– Bi-annual live meetings are the signature events for the program, where participants experience the program as a team journey and investigate broader strategic topics. A research topic is presented by TI People, then analyzed and looked at from various angles. External thought leaders expand, contribute and complete the best practices of participating companies. All impressions are discussed in small teams of peers, documented in a journey map (see below) and lead to further development of tools accelerating the execution of key underlying initiatives: