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The HR Value Chain: A Guide to aligning People, Performance, and Profits
Mr. Mahesh Subramony
In this podcast Dr. Subramony describes the HR Value chain and the benefits it brings to organizations. He discusses the importance of selecting the right set of practices and shares three key bundles of HR interventions that drive extraordinary outcomes. This includes the talent bundle, the energy bundle, and the opportunity bundle. Listen to the podcast for advice on which one of these bundle is the most critical and has an amplifier effect.
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About Our Episode On The HR Value Chain
IBM did a study covering several hundred organizations across industries. One of the findings was that financially successful organizations have more number of HR and talent management practices. This raises the question, are all HR practices created equal.
How long should an organization really wait and continue to invest then to see result?
Research on HR value chain because that provides some very clear prescriptive guidance what are the HR bundles and what outcomes to the drive
Have you ever wondered if throwing your high-potential employees into the deep-end helps grow better leadership? Or if positive feedback always works? In our podcast series we explore questions just like these. We bring you answers to questions such as; “should you throw leaders into the deep-end and hope that they swim to the top?” and “what should you make of an HR leader’s guidance to focus on one thing to drive performance?” You will find advice from researchers who have spent a career answering questions like these.
In this podcast Dr. Subramony describes the HR Value chain and the benefits it brings to organizations. He discuss the importance of selecting the right set of practices and shares three key bundles of HR interventions that drive extraordinary outcomes. These are the talent bundle, the energy bundle, and the opportunity bundle. Listen to the podcast for advice on which one of these bundles is the most critical and has an amplifier effect.
Meet the Speaker From Our Podcast on HR Value Chain Episode
Dr. Mahesh Subramony, PhD is an associate professor of management and the director of the Center for Human Capital and Leadership at Northern Illinois University. He teaches various human resource management (HRM) topics and organizational behavior to both undergraduate and MBA students, and conducts research related to the measurement and development of strategic human capital. Mahesh has worked in the HR function for Ford Motor Company and Whirlpool Corporation; consulted with several organizations including the Caterpillar Corporation, Follett Higher Education Group, Manpower Corporation, and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM); and conducted practitioner-oriented workshops on human capital metrics. His research has appeared in several scholarly journals including Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management, and the Journal of Management.
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- Subramony, M (2009). A Meta-analytic Investigation of the Relationship between HRM Bundles and Firm Performance. Human Resource Management, 48, 745-768.
- Subramony, M., Krause, N., Norton, J. A., & Burns, G. (2008). The Relationship between Human Resource Investments and Organizational Performance: A Firm-Level Examination of Equilibrium Theory. Journal of Applied Psychology, 93, 778-788.
- Subramony, M. (2006). Why Organizations Select some Human Resource Management Practices and Reject Others: An Exploration of Rationales. Human Resource Management, 45, 195-210