Introducing Human Resource Management Chapter No: 1 st By: Margaret Foot & Caroline Hook Third Edition Prepared By: Omid Sabah Master (Economics) Master (Management). Introducing Human Resource Management. Objectives.
Introducing Human Resource Management
Chapter No: 1st
By: Margaret Foot & Caroline Hook
Prepared By: Omid Sabah
What is Human Resource Management?
Managerial function that tries to match an organizations needs to the skills and abilities of its employees
Managing the people in organization is called HRM
Concerned with attracting, maintaining and developing people in organization
Human Resource Management
Today if you are running a project what source do we need more to be successful?
Arrangement of Technology?
Arrangement of Budget?
Arrangement of Land?
Arrangement of People?
Human resource arrangement is a big deal for any type of business success
Is the study of how employers obtain, develop, utilize, maintain, the right number of persons for the right work or job
Example: Who should leave for holiday this month?
What was the primary concern of organizations at that time (Century ago)?
Example: If you have good computer with air-conditioned and good furniture off course you will be more energetic and motivated
Example: Today new trends are entering the organizations but HR is playing a key role in that
Because of the following reasons:
The word team stands for?
“Its easy to get players, Getting them to play together, that the hard part”
A team is internally organized, with specific goals and usually with specific roles for different members of the team
Following are some essential types of team:
Example: one member of team is in Kabul another in USA, all they should communicate with each other
Following are the effective ways:
Team: team building can take years
Group: group building can take a few minutes
Team: team is more difficult to form because members of team may be selected from there skill, experience
Group: group is much easy to form
Example: If you had a room filled with professional accountants, for example, they can be grouped according to gender, age, and other common factors
THE END OF CHAPTER NO: 1ST
INTRODUCING HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT