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Human Resource Management Approaches

| February 8, 2017

Introduction In any organization, the human resource force is one of the most vital assets. In this regard, it is vital for organizations to ensure that they formulate and implement human resource management policies that will optimize employees’ contributions so as to maintain competitiveness in their different industries of operation (Armstrong, 2008; Marchington & Wilkinson, […]

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Walmart’s Key HR Functions Underperforming

| February 6, 2017

Introduction The success of any organization depends on its strategic asset, the human capital. As pointed out by Lawler (1996), organization’s competitive advantage comes from its human capital.

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How does the organization you work for or an organization you are familiar with ensure that their training is effective? Drawing on the relevant literature, critique their existing approach. Identify and discuss how, according to the literature, practice could be improved. Highlight any possible constraints to improving practice.

| January 14, 2017

Introduction Historically, the training culture of the Civil Service was weak.  It existed mostly for technical tasks that were related to administrative jobs rather than having a focus on leadership and management.

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The world Trade Organization (WTO)

| December 21, 2012

Introduction WTO and Trade Libralization: “The world Trade Organization (WTO), is the only global international organization monitoring and controlling the rules of trade between nations. It was formed in 1995 with the General Agreement of Trade and Traiffs (GATT) as its basis.” (Paul and Aserkar, 2010:1)

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What are the wicked problems facing private and public sector organizations for which analytic support might be helpful?

What are the wicked problems facing private and public sector organizations for which analytic support might be helpful?

| December 11, 2012

Introduction Wicked Problems Wicked problems in organizations was first explained by Rittel and Weber (1973, 1984):wicked problems were defined, as a class of problems that are indeterminate, have no stopping rules, and no ultimate ‘best solution’. (Finegan, 2001) This was in contrast to ‘tame problems’ that are understood sufficiently and can be analyzed using well-known rules […]

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Critical Study of the Organization behaviour at Southwest Airlines

| December 11, 2012

Introduction: According to Peter Senge (1990: 3) learning organizations are organizations where people continually expand their capacity to create the results they truly desire, where new and expansive patterns of thinking are nurtured, where collective aspiration is set free, and where people are continually learning to see the whole together. (Peter Senge 1990: 3).Due to the […]

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Decision making in manufacturing organization related to make or buy scenarios.

| November 21, 2012

  INTRODUCTION Manufacturing Organization in Today’s world is constantly facing the challenges of making strategic decisions that affect the sustainability and profitability of the manufacturing Organization. This study will be exploring the aspects of decision making within a manufacturing Organisation as it relates to make or buy scenarios. In other for these decisions to be […]

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