Human Resources Administration - Coggle Diagram
Human Resources Administration
Power and Command
The organizational structure provides a stable, logical and clear pattern of relationships
Influential Aspects in the Dynamics
How to distribute formal authority within the organizational structure is a fundamental decision in organizing
Establishing Power and Command
El poder es la capacidad para ejercer influencia
Power does not simply emanate from the person's level in the organization's hierarchy
Projection of Human Resources
Human resource management (HRM) is an approach to managing people, based on four fundamental principles.
Human Resource Foresight
The behavioral science movement became important in the 1960s. It was founded by writers such as Maslow, whose hierarchy of human needs placed self-satisfaction or self-realization at the top of the pyramid
Human Resources Strategy
Human resource organization refers to the achievement of success through organizational design and development, motivation, application of effective leadership
Critical Factors of Human Resources Policy Development
Policies arise from rationality, philosophy and organizational culture
Implementation of Activities
ARH's operating environment is what distinguishes it from other areas of the organization.
Vision of the Company as a System
We can say that this principle can be applied to any team of individuals or processes that we want to make work as a system.
Diversity of Activities
elements are common to many quality management systems, they will take different forms in individual organizations.
Balance Authority - Responsibility
Another way in which a systems-oriented view influences managers' thinking is by making us more aware of how the elements of a system contribute to its success
Managers at all levels are finding that computerized information systems provide the information needed for effective operation
Critical Factor Analysis
Although we usually use the terms "data" and "information" interchangeably, there is a difference between the two concepts. Data is raw, unanalyzed facts and figures
MIS means a formal method of making available to managers the accurate and timely information they need for an easier decision-making process