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Hà Nội, ngày…….tháng……..năm 2017
Understanding of Our Business
HR People must Understand the Business. In order to develop and resource business leaders, their
teams, and the organizations they lead, HR practitioners must fully understand the business. This
means all aspects of the business; strategies, objectives, measures, competitors, customers, and
how all functions contribute. This takes development and experience. One can't give advice, make
recommendations or contribute with competence and credibility without this knowledge and
experience. Hence, the importance of business assignments in the line before assuming the HR
role is critical. One learns the business by working in the business and develops the external focus
and the skills to help leaders develop sustainable competitive advantage through these
Understanding of our business involves skills in the following areas:
Refers to the choices a business makes to organize around to best position us to "win" with consumers
The measures chosen to evaluate progress on strategies. Always numbers, and most often shown as a
"gap" between two numbers.
The individuals or organizations that services are provided for.
Other companies in our business we vie with to gain volume and market share. HR professionals must
bring their skills and business competencies to bear so that competitive advantage is achieved.
Functional Excellence/ Contribution
The unique skills/knowledge that functions add to the business
PS = Manufacturing, Engineering, Purchasing
R&D = Science and Technology
HR = Improving the capability of individuals and organizations
The CEO's Agenda
The direction, focus and priorities of the top leadership of the company.....and working to understand how
things fit together (the contributions you and your organization make) to achieve it.
Core Skills Assessment
Print this page and circle all areas below where you have demonstrated successful results in
using the core skills listed. You may circle items in different skill levels. The skills listed below are
stratified to help determine the actual level of experience a person has so plans can be developed
to gain more experience/proficiency.
Basic understanding of the Business Process
Knowledge of strategies, metrics, customers, competitors and cross-functional contributions