Is your job architecture ready for the Future of Work? How can it be optimized to make your organization more successful? This course first defines job architecture and helps HR professionals determine if and when they should evaluate their current framework to determine if adjustments should be made. We review the benefits of having a sound job architecture foundation, the components of a job architecture project—key activities, who should be involved, how long it should take—and pitfalls to avoid.
Changing business environments, shifts in strategy and changes to organizational structure(s) often render approaches to job structure and associated pay programs outdated. Developing and/or updating job architecture strategies to support the changing organization help prepare for changes in the future of work, emerging roles, new Human Capital Management systems, workforce planning and cognitive technology.
In this session, you’ll learn:
- When an organization should evaluate its job architecture (post-acquisition, new HCM systems, future of work)
- Where your organization is in its Job Architecture maturity (assessing current state as well as desired future state)
- How to build a business case for improving job architecture and effectively advise your leadership
Sheila C. Sever, CCP | Senior Manager, Deloitte Consulting
Sheila has more than 20 years of experience in human capital management, focusing primarily on job architecture, compensation analysis and program design, performance management, job analysis, evaluation, and documentation. Her experience includes due diligence and integration activities for mergers and acquisitions. Sheila has worked in both corporate and consulting environments for organizations within the public and private sectors. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Education; has achieved the CCP designation; and has received WorldatWork’s Lifetime Achievement Award. She is a frequent author and speaker on Total Rewards and human capital topics, and she has presented at six WorldatWork national Total Rewards Conferences.
Greg Stoskopf | Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting
Greg Stoskopf is a Managing Director in the Human Capital practice at Deloitte Consulting LLP, where he leads the US Compensation Community of Practice. He also serves on the Global Rewards Executive Committee where he participates in shaping the strategy and direction of Deloitte's Global Rewards Consulting practice and leads the job architecture service offering globally. His areas of expertise include broad-based compensation, job architecture, talent management and performance management. Greg is a frequent speaker, author and instructor on compensation and talent topics both in the US and internationally. He serves a variety of large, global clients across many industries, with a focus on health care and financial services.
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