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    The Little Process That Could: building strategic value into everyday tasks presented by Cathy Hasenpflug

    Date: March 13, 2014, 11:15am – 1:00pm
    Holiday Inn on North 7th Avenue in Bozeman, Montana
    $13 for GVHRA Members/$20 for Non-Members
    Event Type:
    Other Hosted - Meeting
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    11:15 a.m.—11:30 a.m.: Registration
    11:30 a.m.—Noon: Lunch
    Noon– 1:00 p.m.: PRESENTATION

    Cathy Hasenpflug, Director of HR Operations of MSU will present The Little Process That Could: building strategic value into everyday tasks.  HR functions are challenged to deliver on day -to-day operational tasks that often seem far from the center of an organization’s core mission. Yet transactional HR processes present a significant opportunity to support, reinforce and communicate organizational culture and strategy. Re -energize your HR function by turning a critical and opportunistic eye toward those HR processes which to uch multiple stakeholders and impact the employee experience. Cathy Hasenpflug, Director of HR Operations at MSU, will share an
    example of a current process improvement initiative around employee onboarding/orientation. Learn how a
    re-visioning of this process through the “lens of the employee” led to a collaborative effort across the MSU
    HR community to pilot a new program - to “jumpstart” a positive and productive employee experience
    during the first week of work. Through this example, we will discuss a set of steps to assess and redesign
    HR operational processes to support and reinforce organizational strategies, values and initiatives.
    Participants will discuss opportunities within their own organizations.

    This event has been approved for 1hr of GENERAL CEU credits.

    RSVPs are requested by the Monday prior to the presentation.  To make a reservation, please contact our Membership Chair.  Also, let us know when you RSVP if you will need any accomodation.

    The hotel requires a 48 hours confirmation for catered events.  RSVPs help the GVHRA board, presenter, facility and food providers to accomodate all attendees.  Members who make a reservation and DO NOT attend will be charged.  Additionally, copies of presentation materials and food may not be available for those who do not RSVP.