Global Vision in Lenovo Hr Development

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Global Vision in Lenovo HR development         

Abstract:
The essay focus on the global human recourse in Lenovo and emphasize their global vision. The essay focus on the Lenovo’s value and culture to demonstrate their global vision about development of the global HR management and the recruitment and selection HR policy.

About Lenovo
Lenovo creates and builds exceptionally engineered personal technology, but they emphasize they are much more than a tech company. They are defining a new way of doing things as a next generation global company. That means they are years ahead of the game in terms of understanding what it will take to win 5, 10 years from now.

Formed by Lenovo Group’s acquisition of the former IBM Personal Computing Division, Lenovo builds on its dominant position in China to grow globally. The expansion from East to West – such as by introducing the newest products in China and then spreading across the globe – is a new way of viewing the world, one they believe will be the way of the future.

That focus on the future is based on a strong history of success that is driving results today. Long the leader in China, Lenovo is growing rapidly and winning market share in all parts of the world. This balanced growth is what has made Lenovo the fastest growing major PC company and enabled them to consistently grow faster than the market.

Achieving optimal balance in all that they do is Lenovo’s operating philosophy. This mindset encompasses every aspect of Lenovo’s business, from balancing leadership with consensus-building, to valuing both short- and long-term thinking. The result is balanced performance and market share growth across all regions, customer segments, products and business models.

Lenovo’s Values
At Lenovo they view their culture as a critical asset as important as an effective business model. Lenovo’s staffs call their culture the Lenovo Way, and at its most basic, that culture is reflected in the statement: “We do what we say and own what we do.” Their values serve as the foundation of company and define who they are and how they work. Principal among them are: * Serving Customers

* Trust and Integrity
* Teamwork Across Cultures
* Innovation and Entrepreneurial Spirit

Lenovo’s Culture
They say the culture is their DNA. They call it the Lenovo Way and “it's the values we share and the business practices we deploy.”It's how they address their day-to-day commitments. That culture also drives how they work every day, utilizing what they call the 4 P's: * We PLAN before we pledge.

* We PERFORM as we promise.
* We PRIORITIZE the company first.
* We PRACTICE improving every day.

Their culture is what has enabled them to consistently raise the bar on delivering break-through innovations, award-winning designs and strong financial performance..

A Worldwide Leader
Today, Lenovo is a global corporation with significant operations on six continents and operating in more than 60 countries and selling products in 160. Everyone at Lenovo takes great pride in their ability to attract top talent from diverse backgrounds and from around the world. They view their differences and diversity as a source of strength in building a collaborative culture that helps them achieve goals.

They say they have no world headquarters and, instead, have put in place a distributed management structure that places operational hubs in centers of excellence around the world integrating this talented, diverse group into a cohesive Next Generation company.

Lenovo’s multicultural management team is free to convene wherever and whenever it makes the most sense. Lenovo has operations hubs in Beijing, Raleigh, NC, and Paris, a marketing hub in Bangalore, India, and major research centers in Yokohama, Japan; Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, China; and Raleigh, North Carolina.

The company employs more than 23,000 people worldwide, including 1,700...
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