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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DR MAHR MUHAMMAD SAEED AKHTAR Ph. D (USA). Introduction to Management(ITM) 1. 1 FUNCTIONS OF MANAGEMENT POSDCoRB ORGANIZATIONAL TEAMS 2a Executives : at the top (Chairman, President, Chancellor/vice-chancellor)

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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
  • DR MAHR MUHAMMAD SAEED AKHTAR
  • Ph. D (USA)
introduction to management itm 1
Introduction to Management(ITM) 1

1 FUNCTIONS OF MANAGEMENT

  • POSDCoRB
  • ORGANIZATIONAL TEAMS

2a Executives: at the top

(Chairman, President, Chancellor/vice-chancellor)

    • Goal setting, policy making, financing, evaluation
    • Success or failure
    • An organization is a long shadow of its executives CONTINUE
introduction to management 2
Introduction to Management 2

Managers (Senior, Middle, & First line management)

-linkers of positions: upward, downward and lateral sides

Responsibilities:

  • Understand instructions of executives and work for the goodwill of the organization
  • Conceptualize appropriate relations among all sources
  • Use organizational structure advantageously
  • Delegate effectively
  • Solve problems
  • Provide clear-cut instructions to juniors
  • All concerned be informed about progress and final actions.
itm3 senior managers
ITM3 Senior Managers

Director general, Managing Director, General Manager, Vice-president

  • Report to chief executive
  • Collaborate in:

formulation of goals,

policies,

human resource,

budget,

evaluation etc.

  • Interpret functions to the middle managers
itm4 middle managers
ITM4 Middle Managers

Director, Dean, Superintendent, Manager

  • Report to their senior managers
  • Responsibilities:
  • Interpretation of planning,
  • Organizing,
  • Directing,
  • Controlling,
  • Coordinating,
  • Budgeting the resources,
  • Handling of paper work
  • Attending meetings with senior managers.
itm5 first line managers supervisors
ITM5 First-line Managers Supervisors)

Departmental Chairpersons, Junior managers, Unit Manager

Subordinate to middle-manager

Walk and Talk with workers at floor level

Responsibilities:

  • Understand the objectives of an activity.
  • Ascertain available resources and their cost-effective use.
  • Schedule activities of the section or department.
  • Arrange staff development programs.
  • Watch the working of the groups.
  • Improve the quality of work.
  • Enhance the efficiency of the work.
  • Evaluate the results. 6
itm6 operatives
ITM6 Operatives

Direct labor, firing-line or floor worker

  • Highly skilled, unskilled, semi-skilled (security guard, assistant mechanics, electrician, cashier, foreman, teacher …)
  • Produces goods and services under supervision
  • Observes the instructions for quantity & quality
itm7 management skills
ITM7 Management Skills

Technical Skills: (ability to perform a specific job)

  • Knowledge and proficiency of processes, procedures and methods (Typing, drawing, designing, preparing budget, teaching, advocating, assembling,

Human Skills: Maintaining a network of relationship

Organizing and leading people

Motivation, Communication, and Group dynamics

Conceptual Skills:

human resource management hrm
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HRM)

Definition

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT (HRM) is a strategic and coherent approach to the management of an organization’s most valued assets – the people working there who individually and collectively contribute to the achievement of its objectives for sustainable competitive advantage.

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hrm philosophy
HRM PHILOSOPHY
  • The main HRM beliefs are as follows:
    • Employees are valued assets
    • Strategy and culture are important
    • Emphasis on commitment rather than on compliance
    • Emphasis on the key role of the line management 10
aims of hrm
Aims of HRM
  • Enable management to achieve orgl objectives
  • Utilize people to full capacity and potential
  • Foster commitment for quality success
  • Integrate HR policies with plans & reinforce culture
  • Develop a coherent set of personnelnd employment policies
  • Establish environment to unleash employee creativity and energy
  • To create conditions in which innovation teamworking and total quality can flourish.
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  • To enable the company to make the best use of developments in information technology and integrated approaches to manufacturing such as just-in-time,cellular manufacturing and flexible manufacturing systems.
  • To encourage willingness to operate flexibly in the interests of the adaptive organization and the pursuit of excellence.
  • To maintain a healthy and safe working environment.