HumanConcepts Releases HR White Paper

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<p><strong>Sausalito, Calif. &mdash; Aug. 2</strong><br />HumanConcepts, the developer of OrgPlus, has released a new white paper titled, &quot;Intelligent Organizational Charting – A Powerful New Solution for HR.&quot; </p><p>The document is now available to human resources, business and IT executives at no charge. </p><p>Intelligent organizational charts are a new breed of org charts with the technology to drive increased productivity across the entire enterprise. </p><p>The white paper reveals how organizations can easily navigate HR data from a secure and unified Web-based organization chart, extract HR analytics and conduct collaborative planning scenarios to model and optimize the workforce.<br /><br />&quot;Intelligent Organizational Charting – A Powerful New Solution for HR&quot; is available at a time when the corporate merger trend is at a record high.</p><p>Mergers and acquisitions present major organizational challenges and human resource departments must act decisively to enact fast-paced, mission-critical decisions about the workforce that will affect merger success and stockholder value.<br /><br />&ldquo;There are eight serious problems with using traditional manual charting systems to manage change,&rdquo; said Martin Sacks, HumanConcepts CEO. &ldquo;An intelligent organization charting solution corrects these problems and helps keep organizations agile in response to business challenges. An intelligent charting platform can help management visualize and plan a successful merger or reorganization before it happens.&rdquo;<br /><br />The white paper discusses how a global telecommunications giant with 120,000 employees used an intelligent organizational charting solution to plan a corporate restructuring. </p><p>Using certain metrics as guidelines, divisions were highlighted within the charts as candidates for restructuring. </p><p>The process, which normally took several months, was completed in just one week.<br /><br />The white paper further reveals how organizations can reduce communication and planning costs by as much as $266 per employee annually. </p>

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