2014 People Strategy Research Study

2014 People Strategy Research Study

Behind every successful organization are people strategies and human capital practices. But too many organizations use incomplete human resource approaches that fail to connect stakeholders with business outcomes. Grahall researchers have developed a new People Strategy Research Study that will provide information on the ways that organizations have engaged their workforce and other key stakeholders to enhance their success.

Research study results, which will be released later this year, will provide insights into the relationship between human resource practices and organization success. Expert analysis will enhance insights into which practices are best suited to an organization’s unique circumstances.

The online survey will take about 30 to 60 minutes to complete.

 

The 2014 Survey Is Now Open!

 

For more information contact Michael Dennis Graham

 

Participants Will Receive an advance report of People Strategy Research Study Key Findings (upon our completion of the research).

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Survey Outline

  • Introduction:  Organization Profile
  • Section I: Environment
  • Section II: Key Stakeholder Influences on the Organization
  • Section III: Vision, Mission, Values, and Beliefs
  • Section IV: Organization Strategy
  • Section V: Organization Engagement of Stakeholders
  • Section VI: Organization Capabilities
  • Section VII: Organization Structure
  • Section VIII: Organization Processes
  • Section IX: Organization Talent
  • Section X: Organization Culture