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Supporting excellence – a seat at the table. Janine Walker Director Office of Human Resource Management John Swinton Associate Director (Organisation Development) Office of Human Resource Management. A seat at the table. What does it mean? Strategic Human Resource Management

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supporting excellence a seat at the table

Supporting excellence – a seat at the table

Janine Walker

Director

Office of Human Resource Management

John Swinton

Associate Director (Organisation Development)

Office of Human Resource Management

a seat at the table
A seat at the table

What does it mean?

Strategic Human Resource Management

Evolution of HRM as organisation grows and

becomes more complex

hrm at griffith the story so far
HRM at Griffith – the story so far

Late 1980s Staffing Office, Office of Finance and Business Services

Late 1980s New administration building and separate Office of HRM created

1992 Increased resourcing for specialist roles in OHRM

hrm at griffith the story so far1
HRM at Griffith – the story so far

1997 Major university restructure. The war!

Centralisation and localised clients

Late 1990s Introduction of PeopleSoft

2002 Creation of Strategic Services portfolios

sitting at the table
Sitting at the table

Major Executive Group clients

Real seat at major University committees

Strategic input to major portfolios

Responsibilities in enterprise bargaining

Role in strategic recruitment

hrm at griffith today
HRM at Griffith - today

Office review July 2006

Commendations and recommendations

In short, sitting at the table…..

BUT.....

Whose table?!

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