Business & HR Strategy

Organisational Strategy is the direction and scope an organisation takes over the long-term to achieve its goals.

Corporate Strategy

Corporate Strategy is concerned with the overall purpose and scope of the business to meet stakeholder expectations. This is a crucial level since it is heavily influenced by investors in the business and acts to guide strategic decision-making throughout the business.

Business Unit Strategy

Business Unit Strategy is concerned more with how a business competes successfully in a particular market. It concerns strategic decisions about choice of products, meeting needs of customers, gaining advantage over competitors, exploiting or creating new opportunities etc.

We will partner with your organisation’s executives to successfully deliver a strategy that is not only customised for your business and environment in which you operate, but innovative and pragmatic in nature. The developed strategy should take cognisance of the following:

  • Strategic Priorities;
  • Operational Priorities;
  • Talent Management Service Delivery Priorities;
  • Enabling Priorities;
  • Talent Management Strategy &
  • Alignment to Corporate Strategy.

The above areas can be extended, based on the needs of your organisation.

Human Resources Strategy

The Human Resources strategy is the strategy adopted by an organisation, with the aim of integrating an organisation’s culture, its employees and system by coordinating a set of actions to achieve the required organisational goals. It must be aligned to organisation’s mission, vision and strategy. The characteristics of the industry in which the organisation is to be analyzed and its competitive advantage need to be determined when developing the HR strategy.


Benefits of designing and implementing and effective Human Resources Strategy include;

  • Assists in ensuring that organisational objectives are met (link to strategy);
  • Attract and retain talented employees within the business;
  • Promote and reward the right behaviours within the business that drives a high performing organisational culture;
  • Ensure that HR Practices are fair and equitable for employees across the organisation, internally within the organisation & externally with the market;
  • Motivate employees to increase their productivity and continually improve their performance and output;
  • Enable equitable treatment between employees;
  • Create a healthy corporate culture leading to ethical conduct and pleased customers; and
  • Comply with workplace laws and regulations.