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Title: The Catholic University of America


1
The Catholic University of America
  • Human ResourcesRealignment Project
  • Presidents Council
  • October 8, 2002

2
Institutional Assets
  • Fiscal
  • Physical
  • Technological
  • Human

3
Value of Human Capital
  • Education is a Service Industry
  • Service Industries are Dependent on the Quality
    of Their Employees
  • Employees are the Universitys Most Critical
    Asset
  • Both Faculty and Staff Ensure the Universitys
    Success in Fulfilling its Mission and Strategic
    Plan

4
Impact of Human Capital on the Strategic Plan
  • Pillar 1 Administrators, Faculty and Staff
    Dedicated to the Universitys Mission Will Enable
    CUA to Excel as a Leader in Catholic Higher
    Education
  • Pillar 2 A First-Rate Faculty of Scholars,
    Along with an Excellent Support Staff, Will Allow
    the University to Achieve Excellence in Graduate
    Research
  • Pillar 3 A Quality Faculty and Staff Will
    Foster Excellence in Teaching and Learning, Both
    Inside and Outside the Classroom

5
Cost of Human Capital
  • Employees Represent the Universitys Largest
    Expense Item
  • 65 of Total FY 2003 Operating Budget
  • Employment Related Matters Represent the Largest
    Risk to the University

6
  • How Can CUA Maximize its Human Capital While
    Controlling the Cost?

7
Institutional Efforts
  • Develop its Human Capital
  • Recruit and Hire High Quality Faculty and Staff
  • Select Employees Who Support CUAs Mission
  • Cultivate its Human Capital
  • Provide a Safe Working Environment
  • Offer Employee Development Programs
  • Teach Managers to Encourage and Promote
    Innovation and Creativity

8
Institutional Efforts (Cont.)
  • Invest-In its Human Capital
  • Provide a Fair Compensation Structure
  • Offer Competitive Benefits Program
  • Develop and Promote Creative Reward Programs
  • Manage its Human Capital
  • Control Hiring\Payroll Costs
  • Manage Benefit Programs
  • Ensure Compliance with Federal and D.C.
    Employment Regulations

9
Employment Cycle
Develop
Total Compensation Strategy
Recruitment Efforts
CUA
Cultivate
Invest
Training Programs Common Goals Attractive Culture
10
  • How Can CUA Develop, Cultivate, Invest-In and
    Manage Its Human Capital?

11
Project Goals
  • Develop a Philosophy for the Management of Human
    Capital at CUA
  • Define the Operating Principles for the Human
    Resources Office in Support of the Universitys
    Strategic Plan
  • Promote Prompt, Courteous and Professional
    Services to Constituents of the HR Office
  • President and Vice Presidents
  • Campus Departments
  • Employees

12
Project Goals (cont.)
  • Improve Operating Efficiencies by Automating HR
    Processes
  • Institute an Equitable Compensation Program
    Consistent with CUAs Funding Ability
  • Enable Manager and Employee Self-Sufficiency
    Through the Secure Distribution of Information

13
Project Steps
  • Define the Universitys Philosophy for Managing
    Human Capital
  • Define the Office of Human Resources Role in
    Support of the Institutional Philosophy
  • Redesign HR Processes
  • Design, Develop and Implement a Staff
    Compensation Program

14
Project Steps (cont.)
  • Identify and Implement Quick Wins
  • Develop a New Organization Structure for HR to
    Support Redesigned Processes and Strategic Roles
  • Implement the PeopleSoft Human Resources System

15
Operating Principals by Functional Areas
  • Employment
  • Employee Orientation Communications
  • Compensation
  • Benefits
  • Training and Development
  • Organizational Development
  • Employee Relations
  • Labor Relations

16
Project Organization
  • Process Redesign Effort
  • Dave Maddox (Consultant)
  • Committee of 10 - 15 Members
  • Staff Compensation Program
  • Mercer (Consultant)
  • Analysis Team of 5 - 10 Members

17
Process Redesign Committee(Proposed)
  • Charles Mann, Associate VP (Chair)
  • Barbara Coughlin, Dir., Human Resources
  • Craig Parker, General Counsel
  • Frank Persico Vice President Chief of Staff
  • Kevin Forbes, Business Economics Chair
  • Sara Thompson Dean, Metropolitan College
  • Peter Cimbolic Vice Provost Dean of Graduate
    Studies

18
Process Redesign Committee(Proposed)
  • Michael Kanne Assoc. Dean, Law School
  • Zia Mafaher Director, CPIT
  • Michelene Sheehy Associate Treasurer and Budget
    Director
  • Alan Goodman Director of Career Services
  • Katherine Boone - Director of Housing
  • Rochell Raymond Payroll Director
  • Kevin Petersen Dir., Facilities Maint.
  • Kevin Woods Implementation Specialist

19
Staff Compensation Analysis Team(Proposed)
  • Barbara Coughlin, Dir. of Human Resources (Chair)
  • Chuck Mann, Associate VP
  • Laura Burhenn, HR Specialist
  • Brian OConnell, Budget Analyst
  • Estee Mendoza, Assist. to the Provost
  • Carol Matlack, Operations Mgr. for VSL
  • Schlain Schmidt, Implementation Specialist

20
Project Schedule
  • Process Redesign Study 11/02 08/03
  • Staff Compensation Study 11/02 04/03
  • HR System Implementation 09/03 12/04

21
Project Budget
  • Current
  • Process Redesign Effort 120,000
  • Staff Compensation Study 80,000
  • Sub-Total 200,000
  • Future
  • Hardware for HR System 620,000
  • Supporting Software 80,000
  • Training for HR System 100,000
  • Implementation Assistance 200,000
  • Sub-Total 1,000,000
  • Does not include potential salary adjustments.
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