What’s your strategy when planning a new HRIS implementation project? A HRIS business case is a critical component of building your credibility and the credibility of your project within your organisation.
See the benefits of seeking advice from a platform agnostic source, bypassing shiny object syndrome (definition: you or your decision makers getting fixated on a solution that appears to be great, but in reality – might not be the right fit).
Learn the preferred planning models to building a winning HRIS business case, tested and proven by an expert HR consultant. Sarah from moore@work will detail her strategy, based on years’ of helping major Australian organisations manage digital HR strategy, HR tech implementations & HRIS change.
Co-Founder of moore@work
With 25 years’ global experience as a HR professional, Sarah specialises in Digital HR Strategy, project management, technology implementations and change management.
General Manager of Navigo and Author of the 7th Australian HR Tech Survey
With over 12 years’ experience in the HR industry, Andrew has worked with major organisations throughout the APAC region to deliver successful HR technology solutions.
What are the main roadblocks you have faced during a HRIS business case project? (multi choice)
Stakeholder engagement: 33%
Management approval: 25%
Have you ever had a business case rejected?
It’s still pending: 33%
At what stage of your HRIS business case are you currently?
Mid development: 25%
Post win: 0%
Post rejection: 0%
Haven’t started: 33%
Building a HRIS business case is a complex project. Our team would be happy to provide support to help you along your journey. Feel free to get in contact with Andrew at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sarah at email@example.com with any questions you might have.