1) Sadhu is a representation of the human moral compass. To be successful, corporations need to trust their executive decision-makers and employees should be able to rely on the direction of their leader. As a manager or a director, when developing employees my focus has been to mentor the individuals into becoming the best human being they can be at home or work. You can always teach a skill set, humanity is not something that can be taught. From the article, “Parable of the Sadhu”, I believe these two sentences describes the whole lesson.
The ‘reproductive' function relates to bearing and raising children. The family provides the society with new members and maintains a populated society, thereby ensuring the continuation of society over time. The ‘educational' (socialisation) function refers to the responsibility the family has to transmit norms and values to the younger members. This function is important as without culture, the society could not survive, and too much deviation from the norm would disrupt the stability of the society. The family is also an ‘economic' unit as it provides necessities such as food, shelter and a new
I intend to illustrate how these moral values, important to the survival of a society, are also a key to the success of a business enterprise. Specifically, I will illustrate how the themes of self-interest, beneficent tendency, and natural sympathy can be applied in the practice of Human Resource Management. Morals, behaviors that are correct or incorrect in a society, are taught and learned in early childhood. These morals are continually reinforced through interactions with our families, friends and individuals with whom we interact through in our daily lives. Since there are numerous cultures in today’s world, different societies may have variations of these basic moral themes.
Recording, Analysing and using HR information Unit 3RAI (HR) Activity 1 Two Reasons Why Organisations Need To Collect HR Data 1) Organisations need to collect Human Resources (HR) data to comply with legislative and regulatory requirements such as equal opportunities monitoring, equal pay audits, recruitment planning, assessing skills balance, minimum wage, working time directive and health and safety. 2) Organisations also keep information records on training and performance for employees, this enables the management team to assess each individual employee for productivity and possibly identify training needs. By doing this the management team can assess the productivity within the business. Two Types of Data Collected and How Each Supports HR Practices 1) Statutory Records – Such as tax, national insurance contributions, sickness and SSP, hours worked, accident book and the right to work in the UK. These types of records ensure that the HR department is compliant to all of the regulatory requirements.
A manger should report on and audit their team/departments overall productivity and outputs to ensure that time and recourses are being spent wisely. 1.1.3. Explain, in the context of meeting organizational needs, the difference between managers and leaders. A manager is a person in a position of power that represents a department or team; they are responsible for reporting, auditing, planning and developing procedures. It is also their responsibility to delegate tasks, monitor employee performances and ensure that the team is productive and efficient.
Having a child that knows that they have a parent that’s willing to take care of them is a great feeling when you look into life. Raising your child and providing for them is a full time job when you are a single parent raising one or more children. The economy, today revoles around children that’s in need of a mother or father in their life. The love of a mother and father should be special in two ways. One way is you should always love them no matter how bad they are.
With that being said it becomes important to set values that everyone will work by. This will help when new employees are added to the team and will also help ensure that the behaviors within the organization are acceptable and beneficial to the overall outcome of the business. The culture should be determined right from the start so the right employees are hired. It becomes important to make sure there is a way of identifying the people that truly allow the company to be successful and not just hire the superstar, not everyone will fit in to all of the different type of organizational cultures. Determining which type of culture to work in will help tremendously when trying to find an ideal business to work for.
They also responsible for setting up the tactical, work plans and strategies. They take control of the strategies and finally they make implements. It is vital for managers to involve employees from all classes in the organization to achieve the organization’s goal. Each supplying that were input to the organization which will create time for adequate planning. Also it is an attribute the managers have to own to help to meet the goal for the ability to make snap and timely unplanned decisions on varying circumstances in the organization.
The strategic management process is a philosophical approach to business rather than a simple set of rules (Clayton n.d.) Why Strategic Management Strategic management is the driving force of any organization. It provides the organization and its employees the means to drive the business. Everything the company achieves is all based upon what the organization’s strategic goals are. If for example an organization wishes to reduce its waste, the plan should incorporate specifically how it will reduce waste and set specific goals for the company to achieve in a realistic time frame. Recreation Equipment Inc. (REI) REI’s strategic management process has developed three diversity teams to address diversity in the outdoors, employee diversity, and inclusion.
How does a leader, lead through change? In today’s world of highly competitive business, change is occurring frequently and organisations need to keep themselves up-to-date with change in order to meet the needs of customers, new developments in technology, globalisation and economic conditions. Managers ought to possess the right skills and abilities to effectively lead the employees and the organisation through a successful change. Kurt Lewin formulated a 3-stage process to assist managers in Leading Change Effectively called the Force Field Analysis Model used in the planning and implement of change and overcoming resistance. The Force Field Analysis Model classifies and analyses factors in order to display all forces reacting to the desired change and to enable the ability to make decisions that will make change acceptable and effective.