HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING
CASE STUDY ANALYSIS
STRATEGY AND STRUCTURE FOLLOW PEOPLE – NEPALESE SCENARIO
STRATEGY AND STRUCTURE FOLLOW PEOPLE
The article focuses on the importance of Effective Executive Search and Executive Resource Planning on improving organizational performance. The need to match specific executive perspectives and competencies to the future needs of the business is required if executive search and executive resource planning are to become strategic management task. The implications of this concept are most critical when staffing at the CEO or strategic business unit level. The article examines three "drivers" of strategic leadership and provides a framework for synchronizing specific executive perspectives and competencies to these three drivers. A case study has been presented that illustrates how common practices such as raiding direct competitors for executive talent or always promoting from within may be counterproductive to the strategic needs of the business. The article provides recommendations for applying these new concepts at the board corporate, and SBU level. For generations, importance of human resource was overlooked in business organizations. Technological advancement, information explosion, changing mix and personal values of the workforce and increasing domestic as well as global competition have created enormous pressure on organizations to change not only what they do but how they do it as well. Consequently, the human resource management has gained increasing importance in overall management of the organization regardless of their size and nature, whether they are profit or non-profit making, public or private. Now, human resource management has occupied a central position in organizational management. But still the development aspect of human resource has not received as much attention as it deserves. Source: www.nepjol.info/index.php/JNBS/article/download/39/121
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