Knowledge Infusion Launches 2010 Planning and Budgeting Workshops to help Organizations Develop Sound HR Technology Plans During Year of Economic Uncertainty

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As organizations are facing increased budget scrutiny for HR and talent management initiatives, Knowledge Infusion will offer custom, two-day workshops to offer strategic advice and guide the 2010 planning cycle.

We often see budget and technology plans that are missing critical information, based on false assumptions, lacking a cohesive strategy, not focused on the right activities, and very loosely tied to business outcomes

Knowledge Infusion, a leading provider of strategic advisory and consulting services focused on HR, talent management, and emerging technology solutions announces 2010 Planning and Budgeting workshops for HR, IT, and business leaders. The workshop is designed to provide strategic advice and guide the 2010 planning cycle for HR and talent management technology initiatives.

The 2010 Planning Workshop is a two-day, custom-scoped engagement that will help organizations build a realistic and comprehensive 2010 technology plan based on high-value business targets. The workshop is designed to help organizations present a compelling 2010 plan and request for funding during a time when budgets continue to be highly scrutinized.

The workshop will assess the current business environment including organizational strategies and commitments, culture, and economic climate and use this information as a backdrop for planning, target outcomes, and providing strategic guidance on how move forward, including:

  • Identify high value opportunities for 2010
  • Assist in building an actionable and holistic 2010 plan
  • Assist in building a comprehensive budget model
  • Identify additional low cost, high value opportunities that may be worked into the plan
  • Identify obstacles, risks, and constraints

"We often see budget and technology plans that are missing critical information, based on false assumptions, lacking a cohesive strategy, not focused on the right activities, and very loosely tied to business outcomes," said Heidi Spirgi, President of Knowledge Infusion. "Now, more than ever it is imperative that a technology plan show how value will be created and address high-impact results. The planning workshops are a quick way for an organization to understand if they are on the right track, and get sound advice as they go through one of the most critical activities that will affect the next year."

"Knowledge Infusion continually delivers tremendous value," said Scott McVittie, Associate Director at AAA. "The counsel they provide has not only saved us money, but ensures we are making the right strategic decisions."

To learn more about 2010 Planning Workshops, view the online presentation, Five Critical Steps to 2010 Planning

Knowledge Infusion is a leading provider of strategic advisory and consulting services focused on human resources, talent management, and emerging technology solutions that drive human capital management business value. Formed in 2004, the firm works with over 250 global clients. Services include advising and creating technology strategy and execution plans to tie HR technology to business results and transforming people, process, and technology to align with business objectives, Knowledge Infusion offers an unparalleled source of services and information for the HCM community with a common goal in mind--maximizing the strategic direction HR has on an organization. Knowledge Infusion was named a Top 25 HR Influencer of 2007 by HR World, was recognized by IHRIM with the 2007 Partner Award, and was ranked #3 on the Minneapolis-St.Paul Business Journal list of fastest growing private companies. http://www.knowledgeinfusion.com

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