A New Meaning of Personnel Management
Anna Hamilton has developed a new Human Resources platform concept inspired by the Japanese philosophy of one’s life purpose (Ikigai); encompassing a wholistic life cycle way to tailor ones’ employee journey according to character, ambition, personality and life priorities.
[i]kigai is ready to guide and evolve meaningful life/work, for measured employer productivity and for the betterment of the employee. It will create a fully individualized Employee Value Proposition and Employee Journey that will fit for one’s purpose and receive maximum value from every penny an organization invests in its personnel. It allows significant employer cost-savings.
In stark contrast to existing Human Resource Information Systems, [i]kigai will usher in a new era and reset the worldwide HR landscape for a better future. It is even more relevant in a post-Covid-19 world and will allow flexibility and dynamics required by the volatile and uncertain world we live in.
[i]kigai will allow companies/organizations to create a real inclusive culture, being able to hire and retain people of all generations, cultures, personalities, and give more opportunities to the people with special needs. It will change the face and management of personnel management and we invite interested parties to contact us.
Anna Hamilton is the founder, author and driving force behind [i]kigai. She is an internationally recognized HR Rewards Executive holding multi-industry practices focused on change and transformation. As a Top 100 Employee, Anna has lived and breathed Total Rewards for more than 15 years. An entrepreneur at heart, she understands how a full life cycle approach to Compensation & Benefits, Employee Motivation & Change Management drives Productivity, ROI & Profit. Currently, Anna is the Group Head of Reward &Organization Efficiency for one of the world’s leading industrial mining and diversified services companies (c50k employees) and of wider multi-industrial Group of companies (total c 133k employees). She holds a Masters in Public Administration and a Ph.D. in Economics from Moscow State University. [i]kigai is the culmination of her expertise, management and vision for a better work-life balance for employers and employees.
Ian Hamilton is the co-founder of [i]kigai. Previously he served the Government of Canada as Executive Assistant to the Minister of Health, Minister of Small Business & Tourism and as Communications Assistant to the former Prime Minister, the Rt. Hon. Brian Mulroney. He has developed and led business start-ups in the sports, events and hospitality fields. Ian built a specialized business unit that delivered $22.5m in gross revenue during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games in a mere 18 months. He is also a recognized international expert in the development and management of workforce accommodation at major events.
Chief Technology Officer. The Founders are in confidential discussions with an industry-leading individual who will be ready to join the company as Chief Technology Officer. This individual has more than 20 years expertise in building and managing software platforms; and teams of developers, testers and integration experts.