In the 21st century, human resources have truly become the most important assets. While every organization competes for talents, knowledge in designing an efficient organizational structure and manpower plan is one of the most critical leadership competences. Besides, in the talent war, employees leave their organizations with crucial experience, knowledge and network. An effective succession plan is necessary for any organizations to ensure a sustainable operation and a smooth transition.
In this programme, participants will learn to use a systematic and practical approach to review and improve their organizational design. They will also assess and predict the current and future manpower needs so as to develop a winning manpower plan and succession plan. References will be made to best practices in the business world to facilitate participants’ learning and applications.
- Steps in reviewing and designing organizational structure
- Manpower planning tools
- Talent assessment and identification
- Develop plans for talents
- Succession planning for sustainability
|日期||:||16 Mar 2022 (Wed)|
|時間||:||0930 - 1700 (6 小時)|
|港幣 1,060.00 (社聯會員機構職員)|
|港幣 184.00 (「小型機構人才發展資助計劃」最高資助額為學費80%，詳請瀏覽－「資助計劃」內容)|
|早鳥費用||:||港幣 920.00 (在 08/03/2022 或之前繳款, 只限社聯會員機構職員)|
|查詢||:||2876 2434 或 [email protected]|
Mr. WONG , Anthony 黃德健先生
SIMCO Solutions and Greater Bay Area Institute of Business & Management
Mr. Wong has more than 20 years of HR leadership, training, consulting, coaching and research experience in Hong Kong and across Asia. He has been the Head of HR in many reputable local and multinational companies from different industries like Hutchison Whampoa (conglomerate), Johnson Electric (engineering), Sony (hi-tech), Avery Dennison (manufacturing), Nestle (consumer products), RedMart (eCommerce), Dairy Farm (retail) and DHL (supply chain). He is also lecturer at various universities and HKIHRM.
Mr. Wong holds a BBA Degree in Marketing, two Master Degrees in Social Science and Business Research and is a Doctorate candidate in Leadership and Management. He is a Fellow Member of the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management (HKIHRM), and a DDI and FranklinCovey licensed trainer.