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HRM assignment 2
Transcript of HRM assignment 2
HRM Assignment 2
Oliver J Adkins
26th march 3:00
What is the role of the International HR Business Partner
''An HR business partner works closely with business leaders to achieve shared organisational objectives, in particular designing and implementing HR systems and processes that support strategic business aims.'' CIPD (2012)
How has this
What challenges do International HR Business partners currently face?
Other influencing factors on the HRM operations
My contribution to strategic success
CIPD Profession Map
Why has it
International HRM strategy
Areas for improvement
1- Practical working experience
3-Working in different sectors to gain experience
4-On the job training (in house)
Blake and mouton managerial grid
Furnham and Peterson
Douglas Mcgregor Motivation
pressure on company's to focus on HRM
ERPG framework (Howard 1969)
'The purpose of participation is to create situations that encourage setting group goals and sharing the responsibility of achievement' - Mills (1977)
Kolb’s theory of the learning cycle (1975)
Maslow hierarchy of needs (1954)
Equal opportunities act (2010)
Employment protection act (2012)
Health and safety at work act (2012)
Disability discrimination act (1995)
Sex discrimination act (1975)
Race relations act (1976)
'The fate of our times is characterized by rationalization and intellectualization and, above all, by the disenchantment of the world'
'Management cannot provide a man with self-respect, or with the respect of his fellows, or with the satisfaction of needs for self-fulfillment. We can create the conditions such that he is encouraged and enabled to seek such satisfactions for himself'
There are cultural and sub- cultural differences in the range and type of attributions made by employeese as well as aspirations.
The optimum level of effecantcy is achieved by having both a high concern for people and production
What is the future for
HR business partners
Parsons and Shils (1961)
Communication of Innovation
Participation & engagement
Benefits for the BPC
Reduction in employee turnover
Increased sales due to motivation
Reduction in sick days
increased positive feedback
Blake and mouton (1994). The Managerial Grid. london: Gulf Publishing Company. p.88.
Beardwell & Thompson (2014). Human resources management. 7th ed. Glasgow: FT Publishing International. p.56.
Coventry University, 2014. Training and Development: International HRM 304LON. London: Coventry University.
Furnham and Peterson (1994). The Psychology of Behaviour at Work: The Individual in the Organization. london: Psychology press. P.101.
Kolb, D. A. (1976) The Learning Style Inventory: Technical Manual, Boston, Ma.: McBer.
Maslow, A.H (1943) A Theory of Human Motivation. Pyschological Review, 50, 370-396. Merchant Books, University Press
Weber Max: Essays in Sociology, trans. and ed. by H. H. Gerth and C. Wright Mills, New York: Oxford University Press, 1946.
Mc Gregor Douglas (1960). Human Side of Enterprise. london: oxford press. p.56.
Mendelow, A. (1983). Setting corporate goals and measuring organizational effectiveness – a practical approach. Long Range Planning
Parson and shils (1951). A general theory of action . USA: Harvard University press . P.56.
Ulrich model (1998)
The Mendelow matrix (1991)
autocratic to democratic
Stake holders - have many different role within an SME