C-suite leaders have been reconsidering and acclimatizing their HR strategies and tactics to monitor shifts in business strategy, safeguard their organization’s survival and growth, and ensure employee morale and satisfaction. As per McLean & Company’s 2022 HR Trends Report – CHRO Priorities, the involvement of HR partners in the planning and execution strategy has risen from 35% in 2019 to 45% in 2022.
Strategic planning is no longer a once-a-year task to be completed and forgotten about. Today’s quickly evolving corporate world requires HR and business strategies to change.
A go-to-market or company plan requires careful thought and encompasses many factors. From brand messaging to product roadmaps to sales procedures, effective business plans depend on the involvement of many different people across many departments. With one of the few 360-degree views of the organization, Human Resources continues to be a key component of organizational initiatives.