Alicia F. Lopez
Module 1 Case Assignment
Dr. Peggy Swigart
With the shift of the industrial age to the information age came a new era of managers that need to be in tune with what is happening in the organization and what is happening on the management levels. HR’s are sought after as the professionals that can help influence organizational strategies and also they can support top managers in accomplishing their goals. Therefore, the focus of human resource influence on organizational strategy lies in the wise mans words of “If you don’t know where you are going, how will you know how to get there?” In other words, human resource influences organizational strategy by planning in a variety of ways. Planning for recruitment, selections, training and development, compliance, and compensation and benefits.
For this paper the specific areas that influence organizational strategy will be covered. In addition, the ways in which HRM supports managers and supervisors accomplish their goals and where one could turn to for help regarding HRM will be discussed.
Effective recruitment could possibly be one of the most important tasks in influencing organizational strategy. Recruiting involves defining the characteristic of the right persons for the right jobs, the number of people that are required to fulfill duties and accomplish missions, prior experience of individuals to match companies needs, and even degree requirements for positions. The more precise HRM can be, the better all the recruitment process will be, which leads to more effective the influence on organizational strategy.
Training and development is so crucial to the influence of an organizational strategy. A worker or employee in idol is dangerous for any organization. More specifically the brain in idol is a dangerous position to put employees in and it is the HR’s job to keep the brain ticking. As they say one bad apple can spoil the whole bunch. Training and...