"Staffing Strategy" Please review the following recommendations for the staffing needs of you organizations. For the Tanglewood organization I think acquiring talent is best suited for your organization. While employees can be trained to suit the organizations needs hiring talent is important for you organization. The vision to involve employees in the decision making process and let them take control of how their own areas requires employees that possess talent to insure the success of the department and organization. It is my recommendation that the hiring activities be an outsourced function.
Project 1 Explain how, when working, you would find out what was expected of you and what work standards would be expected of you. How would this knowledge impact on the ways in which you organise your time and manage your work tasks? When working in a workplace I would firstly be expected to find out what the relevant industry standards are and what the organisational goals are within their workplace. I would find out what was expected from the job description that has been assigned to me and a thorough explanation on the job description so that both my employee and I are clear on what is expected by me. Also having a clear understanding of customer expectations and values is essential, as they are important to meet the demands and thus assists the organisation in achieving their personal goals.
• Describe the stages of an established model of group formation • Explain how a manager could benefit from knowing team members preferred roles as defined in an established team role model Section 1 – Understand how to develop and maintain effective working relationships You should provide your own understanding of how to develop and maintain effective working relationships by providing responses to the assessment criteria using, whenever appropriate, examples from a team situation with which you are familiar. 1.1 Explain the benefits of effective working relationships in developing and maintaining the team (20 marks) Effective working relationships are paramount to developing and maintaining effective teams. Teams need time and space to progress and establish interpersonal working relationships. These relationships between peers and leaders have to be positive, trustworthy and communicative to be effective and enhance performance. Leaders have to set the standard by being empathic, supportive and use a range of different leadership styles to develop and maintain the team, they also have be fair and consistent, as workers that feel they are unfairly treated by a manager will not show loyalty and will do the minimum.
What does this mean and how can you, as a leader, promote ethical workplace behaviours? Submit your answer for assessment. Managers focus on operations, leaders work with people to encourage them to use their own initiative and improve their skills. Manager is a designated position - positional power. Leadership is a personal characteristic - personal power.
Improving Organizational Performance April 29, 2013 Psy 428 Professor Catherine Floyd-Jennings Improving Organizational Performance Job satisfaction and productive work performance are essential factors in an organization. Ensuring that employees are satisfied and capable of exhibiting quality work performance can be challenging. This report will explore the four major phases of the simulation and the solutions recommended for improving work performance. I will discuss the way motivational theories can increase productivity and ways to reduce stress in the workplace in relation to the simulation. I will also examine how human behavior, cognition and affect can enhance relationships within an organization.
The human resources principles emphasize team management and the importance of employee involvement. However, being able to communicate these principles and the ensuing results is critical to the overall functioning of the organization. The ideal approach would be content that addresses the task, as well as social aspects of the company. Additionally, effective communication should occur vertically, horizontally, face-to-face and in writing. The style of communication would vary between formal and informal, depending on what any given situation would dictate.
Management of human resources is very important of an organisation, the management should therefore find the right approach to their employees to be able to plan and manage them in a professional manner. Human resources management is important for an organisation because if employees perform efficiently it increases the production and/or customers services in an organisation. A business can manage its human resources through methods such as: motivation, training, appraisal and personal development planning. A very important aspect in HR management is employing staff with the right skills and qualification required for a particular job role and training those staff who don’t have the right required skills to carry out a particular task. Management of human resources is essential as it commits employees into achieving organisation goals and objectives.
chapter 9 Recruitment and Selection Ray F ren c h a n d Sa lly R u m b le s LEA RN ING OU TC OMES After reading this chapter, you should be able to: ● ● ● ● ● comprehend the potential importance of recruitment and selection in successful people management and leadership identify aspects of recruitment and selection which are needed to avoid critical failure factors understand recruitment and selection policies and procedures which are said to be asociated with high performance, commitment and successful organisational outcomes evaluate selection methods according to criteria of professionalism including reliability, validity and fairness appreciate the links between recruitment and selection and other activites which integrate workers within an organisation and ensure their longer-term successful working. ov e r vie w In this chapter we examine the important role of recruitment and selection within the process of leading, managing and developing people. Recruitment and selection is pivotal in this regard in certain important respects. At the most basic level our focus in this book is on people management within the employment relationship. Those charged with recruiting people to posts in work organisations take a crucial ‘gatekeeper’ role; only those people selected for employment can be led, managed and developed.
Group to analyze this case study and attempt to uncover the issues, resolve the problem with Mr. Singh, and ultimately, examine ways in which the problem could have been avoided. Since the peer appraisal process was the method utilized, we will first explore the general advantages and disadvantages of peer appraisals. If the process of performance appraisals is formal and properly structured, it helps employees clearly understand their roles and responsibilities, as well as gives direction to the individual’s performance. It helps to align the individual performances with the organizational goals and also assesses their performance. Specifically, peer appraisals can provide the most accurate and valid input about a fellow coworker.
Question 1: - Based on the information given, in the passage, it is said by J.R.Mac Donald that the goal of IBM CSC is to help future leaders “understand how the world works, show them how to network, and how to collaborate with people who are far away” Training objectives: The program should help employees see how they can apply their new skills on the job, deliver rewards for performance, be tied to organizational policies and practices that value diversity, and include a way to measure the success of training. In my own word, the leaders want to have their management trainees to be versatile, so they put their trainees in the form of cultural immersion. It means sending employee directly into communities where they have to interact with people form different cultures. They want to let their trainees to be suffer from difficulties, diseases,… From this, trainees can able to manage in the most harsh situations. In addition,trainees will collaborate with each other, help to point out the weakness of comrades, feel more friendly – not to feel any discrimination between each others (even employees are gay, les, transexual; color skin…) - Based on the information given, the program help their trainees get new skills to apply to the job, deliver rewards for performance, be tied to organizational policies.