We are delighted to present the results of the 7th round of the HR competency study. For almost 30 years the HRCS has empirically defined the competencies of HR professionals and how those competencies impact performance. In this round we collected over 30,000 worldwide surveys rating the competencies and performance of more than 4,000 HR professionals from more than 1,500 organization units. The results simultaneously build upon insights from prior rounds and generate new insights for HR.
The results will help your company by comparing your individual and collective competencies against global benchmarks. Building on this base, you and your colleagues will then be able to better implement business strategies. You will also be able to prepare competency-based developmental action plans for yourselves and for your department in order to increase your impact on your company’s performance. Professionals from participating companies will also be invited to attend a one-day feedback conference in which the results of the study are reviewed, and HR trends impacting businesses are examined, if the region elects to hold a conference.
Our objective for this round of the HRCS was to continually evaluate how HR competencies are changing and how those competencies drive business performance. In this round of the study, we aimed to:
Data collection for this round of the study is closed, but you can still take the assessment here.
Round 7 of the Human Resource Competency Study is sponsored by the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan and The RBL Group with support from our regional partners around the globe.
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