Resource Management Humans - Coggle Diagram
power and command
Influencing aspects in the dynamics
How to distribute formal authority within the organization's structure is a critical organizing decision.
they decide how much authority to delegate to lower-ranking managers or who are managers.
Establishment of power and command
It is the ability to exert influence, that is, the ability to change the activities or behavior of individuals or teams.
it does not simply flow from the person's level in the organization's hierarchy.
It provides a stable, logical, and clear pattern of relationships within which managers and employees can work to achieve organizational goals.
Formal authority, which is a type of power, is what we generally associate with the structure and administration of organizations.
Maintenance of power and command
it is required that the person knows a lot about the subject and, therefore, has expert power
Human resources prospective
The Behavioral Science Movement
According to this principle, the members of the organization, in light of their values and expectations, should consider their work as a support and a contribution to the creation and maintenance of their own sense of value and personal importance.
Estrategias de Recursos de humanos
Human Resources Systems
Human resource systems are the essential programs for recruiting, evaluating, compensating, and caring for the health, safety, and well-being of the people in the organization.
Development of human resources
These great ones in the future, arising from innovation and growth. These will incorporate performance and compensation.
Human Resources Planning
it sets out to define how many people the organization wants, but with a particular interest in the kind of people it needs, both now and in the future in terms of their expertise and how they fit into the corporate culture.
Human Resources Relations
Its purpose is to increase cooperation and trust and to involve employees more in company affairs.
Organization of Human Resources
It refers to the achievement of success through organizational design and development, motivation, the application of effective leadership and the process of carrying the message of what the company intends to do and how to do it at all levels.
Employment of Human Resources
These fundamental values of Human Resources Management form the basis for productivity management programs, which use techniques such as method studies to improve efficiency.
Human resources projection
It is an approach to personnel management, based on
four fundamental principles.
That success is more likely to be achieved if personnel policies and procedures are closely linked and make a significant contribution to the achievement of corporate strategic goals and plans.
the corporate culture and values, the organizational climate and the managerial behavior that emanate from such culture, will exert a primary influence on the achievement of excellence
Human resources are the most important assets of an organization and their effective management is the key to its success.
HRM is a matter of integration: getting all members of the organization to participate and work together, with a common sense of purpose.
Critical development factors
Policies are rules that are established to direct functions and ensure that they are performed in accordance with the desired objectives.
Implementation of activities
Vision of the company as a system
One aspect of such relationships is found in Deming's 1950 representation of organization as a system.
Diversity of activities
The need to integrate an organization as a system is evident.
It is what distinguishes it from other areas of the organization. Managing human resources is quite different from managing any other resource in the organization.
A very general attitude consists of growing, or at least pretending that the problems will disappear if the employees fulfill their obligations faster or more correctly.
The system offers information on the past, present and projected future, as well as relevant events that have occurred inside and outside the organization
experience and knowledge
Opposition to a new MIS can be a nightmare for Administrator G.W. Dickson and Johnn K. Simmons point to five basic factors that determine whether and to what extent there is opposition to installing a new MIS.
Critical factor analysis
Information, on the other hand, is the result of having been organized or analyzed in some way and for a purpose.
allow managers to control how they perform their