Re-engineering Human Resources
- Familiarizing participants with the most basic ideas in the processes of engineering and structuring human resources in institutions.
- Enabling participants to acquire the skills to re-engineer the administrative services and human resources units in general and the evaluation and training units in particular, as one of the most important outlines of building and developing human cadres.
- Empowering participants to have practical applications that enable them to prepare and formulate human resources units new systems and to provide them with integrated models and experiences of re-engineering human resources.
Who Should Attend?
- Executive managers, human resources managers and their assistants, directors of organizing, administrative, internal career development management, and their assistants and workforce planning managers, managers of training, managers of services and administrative affairs, and those who are prepared and rehabilitated to take on the aforementioned positions, and those who are desirous to develop their abilities in the field.
The concept of re-engineering and organizational restructuring
- The concept of re-engineering and restructuring.
- The main roles of the Human Resources Unit.
- Fundamentals and principles of re-engineering of administrative processes.
- Analysis and evaluation of functions and organizational manuals.
- Structure of functions and activities of human resources and auxiliary units.
- Relations among employees in human resources framework.
Human resources management processes from a re-engineering perspective
- High-value human resources management and development processes.
- Human resources management and development processes with a controlling dimension.
- Controls and standards for the re-engineering of human resources management and development processes.
- Approach of re-engineering of administrative processes (phases, the tasks, the steps).
How to re-engineer administrative Services
- Analyzing the actual performance and relationship of the administrative unit.
- Reformulating the functions of the Administrative Services Unit.
- Building relationships among units and distributing activities.
- Policies, procedures and regulatory manuals.
- Assessing competencies and gaps.
Re-engineering of Personnel Affairs Unit (Human Resources)
- Analyzing the existing manuals, regulations and policies.
- Reviewing relevant domestic laws and legislation and internal regulations.
- Dividing and profiling unit activities and policy formulation.
- Analyzing the existing procedures and amendment tailored to policies.
- Tools for the formulation and application of models and their development.
Re-engineering of the Evaluation and Training Unit
- Analyzing of existing evaluation mechanisms.
- Effective evaluation and training strategies.
- Formulating the policies for evaluation and training.
- Evaluating and training tools and models.
- Developing and improving the performance of the evaluation and training process.