Forum Human Capital Indonesia (FHCI) which is under the support of Republic of Indonesia’s Ministry of State-Owned Enterprises (SOE) held another SOE BUMN Talent Exchange. This program was initiated with the signing of SOE Talent Exchange Program MOU at 21st Floor o BRI Building on Jalan Jenderal Sudirman, Jakarta, 31 October 2018.

PT DAHANA (Persero)’s Director of Finance and Human Resource Asmorohadi representing DAHANA, along with 26 other directors for SOE Human Resources or Human Capital committed to implement the Talent Exchange Program by signing an MOU.The signing was witnessed by the Deputy of Infrastructure, Ministry of State-owned Enterprises Hambra, and Executive Director of FHCI Sofyan Rohidi.

The development of technology, and change in work system and order has forced companies to survive related competition. This change requires that Human Capital development players respond to it a positive and adaptive way.

In order to facilitate the dissemination of knowledge and improvement of quality among talents within the State-owned Enterprises in response to the ever quick change, FHCI held the SOE Talent Exchange program by assigning one talent from a certain state-owned enterprises to another. The participants are required to learn and share knowledge and ideas in the work environment they are assigned to.

“Talent exchange is an FHCI program which is under support of State-owned Enterprises serving as state-owned enterprises synergy in view of improvement of cash but also competency for state-owned enterprises’ human resources,” said Bayu Anggoro, PT DAHANA (Persero)’s Senior Manager for Human Resource and Organization Development.).

Accordingly, the Talent Exchange program focussed on issues in Human Capital with Performance Management sub-stream. Participants originating from Human Capital section from 27 state-owned enterprises will exchange related information and knowledge on process for evaluation and assessment of work performance which will in turn improve employee’s productivity.

DAHANA as a member of FHCI will send its best talent from its Human Resource work unit to join the Talent Exchange Program. The participant is required to learn how to improve employee’ competence to help develop DAHANA’s existing employee assessment system, (yz)