Toward a High-Performance Culture: From Strategy to Strategic Human Capital at The Rhode Island Foundation
· The Rhode Island Foundation successfully applied to be part of the first cohort of the Talent Initiative, enabling the foundation to engage in human resources planning in support of its strategic plan.
· The strategic plan called for a shift from responsive to proactive grantmaking, fundraising, and leadership, which required different staff roles and skills.
· The Talent Initiative focused on three areas: talent, systems, and culture.
· The changes that were implemented included adoption of a new performance review system, a road map for professional development, and a streamlined approach to operations and technology support.
· Initial results include demonstrated increased flexibility in responding to opportunities and increased grantee perception of the foundation as “approachable.”
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Coon, M. (2012). Toward a High-Performance Culture: From Strategy to Strategic Human Capital at The Rhode Island Foundation. The Foundation Review, 4(4). https://doi.org/10.4087/FOUNDATIONREVIEW-D-12-00012.1
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