As part of the resources, human resource development (HRD) is expected to support the vision, mission and long-term strategic needs of the organization. At least, there are four important things to be considered, namely the organization, human resources, culture, and regulation, as stated by the Vice Rector for Human Resources and Assets, Prof. Dr. Ir. Budi Santoso Wignyosukarto, Dip.HE., while opening and giving a speech during UGM HR Innovation Week 2016. According to Budi, UGM as an organizational has a hierarchy which consisted of the university, faculty and then the department.
“Now there are departments, we did not have it before. Few units or courses could manage human resources back in the days, but now it can not be done because department and faculty are the one who have the right to manage human resources,” Budi said at the Senate Hall, Tuesday (22/3).
Budi emphasized that human resources at UGM should have a good quality. Therefore, there should be coaching and upgrading on structured human resource department.
According to Budi Santoso, one thing that is important for the development of resources are cultural issues. As part of the system, the culture is important because if there are few bad things then it would be felt by others.
“Similarly, for those who work with high productivity, automatically they should have been impacted, either in the form of incentives or tukin and so on. Therefore, these cultures need to be improved and increased,” he said.
UGM Human Innovation Week is held for a week, from March 22 to 29, 2016. In addition to the material on the governance of the organization, it is also discussed material about database, service system and others.