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Functional strategies – Human Resource Management. Geoff Leese November 2006, revised July 2007, August 2009. Top level or SBU strategy. Functional Strategies. Corporate strategy. Manufacturing Strategy (week6). Finance Strategy (week 7). Marketing Strategy (week 7). HRM

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functional strategies human resource management

Functional strategies – Human Resource Management

Geoff Leese November 2006, revised July 2007, August 2009

functional strategies

Top level or

SBU

strategy

Functional Strategies

Corporate

strategy

Manufacturing

Strategy

(week6)

Finance

Strategy

(week 7)

Marketing

Strategy

(week 7)

HRM

Strategy

(week 8)

IT/IS

Strategy

(week 8)

  • Examples of functional strategies:
  • depends on level of SBU
  • depends on type of business
  • depends on organisation
introduction
Introduction
  • What is HRM?
  • Is it different to Personnel Management?
  • HR functional areas
  • HR topics
    • Resourcing
    • Training and development
    • Relations
  • The four “C”s model
the hr concept
The HR concept
  • Develop and implement HR strategies as part of overall corporate strategy
  • Develop the culture, values and structure of the organisation
  • Develop the employees too!
  • Ensure quality, motivation and commitment of employees

NOT just personnel management!

hr functional areas
HR functional areas
  • Staffing
  • Rewards
  • Employee development
  • Employee maintenance
  • Employee and industrial relations
hr topics
HR topics
  • Employee resourcing
  • Employee training and development
  • Employee relations
employee resourcing 1
Employee resourcing (1)
  • Human resource planning
    • Analysis of existing resources
    • Reviewing labour utilisation
    • Forecasting labour demand
    • Forecasting labour supply
    • Developing the manpower plan
employee resourcing 2
Employee resourcing (2)
  • Recruitment and selection
    • Job analysis and post definition
    • Attracting the applicants
    • Selection
    • Evaluation
employee training and development 1
Employee training and development (1)
  • Training needs analysis
    • Organisational
    • Departmental
    • Job function
    • Individual
  • Training methods
    • On the job/Job rotation
    • Simulation/lectures/demonstrations
    • Group methods
    • Self paced learning
employee training and development 2
Employee training and development (2)
  • Assessment and appraisal
    • Assessment of performance
    • Identification of potential
    • Action plan
employee relations 1
Employee Relations (1)
  • Negotiation with
    • Management
    • Unions
    • Employees
  • Procedures
    • Grievance
    • Disciplinary
    • Equal opportunities
    • Redundancy
employee relations 2
Employee Relations (2)
  • Legislation and policies
    • Equal pay act (1970)
    • Race relations act (1976)
    • Disability Discrimination Act (1995)
the four c s model
The Four “C”s model
  • Commitment
    • Loyalty, motivation, liking for their work
  • Competence
    • Skills, abilities, training needs, potential
  • Congruence
    • Shared vision, shared goals
  • Cost-effectiveness
    • Outputs maximised at lowest input cost
summary
Summary
  • What is HRM?
  • Is it different to Personnel Management?
  • HR functional areas
  • HR topics
    • Resourcing
    • Training and development
    • Relations
  • The four “C”s model
further reading
Further reading
  • Bennett chapter 11
  • Butel et al Unit 7
  • The ACCEL view
    • The subsequent pages are useful, too!
  • The HRM GUIDE view
    • Title says it all, really.