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The Best is Yet to Come: Expert Advice on Building the New HR

The Best is Yet to Come: Expert Advice on Building the New HR


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The Human Resource function is under pressure to migrate out of being a tactical function and into serving the business in a strategic role. Yet, year after year, most HR teams struggle to move forward. Why is that? This book is intended to help you understand the strategic journey on which HR finds itself today. Through research and interviews with expert leaders, this book outlines HR's past, the experiences of the present and the challenges of the future. Hear from today's leaders how they have succeeded in moving their HR functions forward. Experts weigh in from current and past leaders of TD Bank, FedEx, Johnson & Johnson, Press Ganey, Edison International, the State of Arizona, GP Strategies, Siemens, Merck, American Express and GE.

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About the Author

Tracey has been recognized as one of the "Top 50 Global Influencers in HR Analytics." Specializing in business analytics, Tracey has helped well-known companies in the U.S., Canada, the UK and Europe plan and execute their strategic initiatives. From strategic planning to hands-on analytics projects to technology assessments, Tracey has worked with companies in multiple industries and multiple countries to turn analytics into business value. Tracey's career spans the areas of engineering, supply chain and human resources in the automotive, retail and transportation industries. Prior to launching her own consulting practice in 2013, Tracey led the global strategic workforce planning initiative for FedEx Express World Headquarters. Previous positions also include leading process improvement projects in supply chain and creating mathematical simulations of engineering products. Tracey is the author of several books and often presents at conferences, industry events and corporate functions on a variety of business topics, primarily on the strategic benefits of data analysis and its value to the organization. Tracey holds a BMath degree in Applied Mathematics and a MASc degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo, Canada specializing in numerical modeling. She also holds an MBA from Texas Christian University in the U.S. specializing in forecasting.