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HRM Activities –
7 Categories of Scope of HRM
ROLE OF HRM
Role of HR Managers (Today)
Role of HR Managers (Future)
FUNCTIONS OF HRM ALONG WITH OBJECTIVES
HRM Objectives Supporting HRM Functions
Managerial Functions of HRM
Operational Functions of HRM
CHALLENGES OF HRM IN INDIAN ECONOMY or CHALLENGES OF MODERN MANAGEMENT
Strategy:
Strategic Management:
Steps in Strategic Management:
IMPORTANCE & BENEFITS OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
ROLE OF HRM IN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT
Proactive HRD Strategies for long term planning and growth
What do we mean by team effectiveness?
What then are the factors that contribute towards an effective team?
The task itself should be motivating
The team needs challenging goals, which are clearly defined
Rewards are important
The team should have the right mix of skills
Agree on a code of conduct
The team must develop effective problem solving strategies
Special teams have special issues
MEANING / PURPOSE OF HRP
NEED & IMPORTANCE OF HRP
HRP SYSTEM
HRP PROCESS
Organizational Objectives & Policies: -
Manpower Demand Forecasting: -
Manpower Forecasting Techniques: -
Manpower Supply Forecasting: -
External Supply: -
HR Plan Implementation: -
Control & Evaluation of HRP: -
SUCCESSION PLANNING
Meaning of Succession Planning
Collecting Information: -
Processing Information: -
METHODS OF DATA COLLECTION:
Quantitative Methods of Job Data Collection: -
Position Analysis Questionnaire (PAQ): -
Management Position Description Questionnaire (MPDQ): -
Functional Job Analysis: -
BARRIERS OF JOB ANALYSIS
Contents of Job Description
Format of Job Description
Features of Good Job Description
Contents of Job Specifications
Scope of Job Evaluation
Process of Job Evaluation:
Methods of Job Evaluation
Analytical Methods
Non-Analytical Methods
Pitfalls of Job Evaluation:
Steps in Job Design: -
Factors affecting Job Design: -
Organizational factors:
Environmental Factors:
Behavioral Elements:
TECHNIQUES OF JOB DESIGN: -
Benefits of Job enrichment
Demerits of Job Enrichment
Components of Job Satisfaction
Job Satisfaction & Behavior relationship is described through following examples
Meaning of Work Sampling
Advantages of Work Sampling
Questions of work sampling study
Distinction between Work sampling and "Time Studies"
RECRUITMENT
MEANING OF RECRUITMENT:
PURPOSE AND IMPORTANCE OF RECRUITMENT: -
FACTORS GOVERNING RECRUITMENT
External Factors:
Internal Factors
RECRUITMENT PROCESS
Recruitment Planning
Recruitment Strategy Development
Internal Recruitment (Source 1)
External Recruitment (Source 2)
Searching
Evaluation and Cost Control
Evaluation of Recruitment Process
INTERNAL RECRUITMENT Advantages Disadvantages
EXTERNAL RECRUITMENT Advantages Disadvantages
SELECTION: -
MEANING OF SELECTION:
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION:
Recruitment Selection
PROCESS / STEPS IN SELECTION
ESSENTIALS OF A GOOD SELECTION PRACTICE
MEANING OF TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT: -
Distinction between Training and Education
Training Education
Objectives of (MDP) Management Development Programs OR
Advantages of Development
Difference between Training and Development
Training Development
What are the Training Inputs?
Importance of Training & Development
Need of Training Individual level
Group level
Identification of Training Needs (Methods)
Individual Training Needs Identification
Group Level Training Needs Identification
Benefits of Training Needs Identification
Methods of Training
Advantages of On-the-Job Training:
On the Job Training Methods
Advantages of Off-the-Job Training:
Disadvantages of Off-the-Job Training:
6.Laboratory Training
Barriers to Effective Training:
How To Make Training Effective?
Orientation conveys 4 types of information:
Purpose of Orientation
Types of Orientation Programs
Prerequisites of Effective Orientation Program
Problems of Orientations
What is the difference between induction and orientation?
How long should the induction process take?
We only employ new people one at a time - how can we induct them?
What levels of staff need induction?
PLACEMENT
MULTI SKILLING
Change vis-à-vis
Meaning of Change:
External Forces of Change:
Internal Forces of Change
Change Agents: (Who can bring about change?)
Process of Change (Lewins steps)
White water rapids metaphor
Resistance to Change
Change Management
Organizational Development Techniques
Conditions Facilitating Change
The Road to Change in Culture
TQM V/s. Reengineering
Managing Downsized Workforce
Stress in Workplace
How to reduce workplace stress
What is creativity?
What is innovation?
3 Sets of variable simulate innovation
Change Defined
Why Change Management?
Evolutionary (Planned) Change versus Revolutionary Action
Today's World Realities
Creating Change for Improvement and Competitive Advantage
Anticipating Change
Starting with Yourself
Leading Change
Managing Organizational Change
Behavioral Change
Motivating Employees to Embrace Change
Moving with Speed
Making Quick Decisions through Establishing Guiding Principles
Meaning of Performance Appraisals
Performance Appraisals and Job Analysis Relationship
Objectives of Performance Appraisals Use of Performance Appraisals
4 Goals of Performance Appraisals
Performance Appraisal Process
Difference between Traditional and Modern (Systems) approach to Appraisals
TECHNIQUES / METHODS OF PERFORMANCE APPRAISALS
Past Oriented Methods
Future Oriented Methods
Ethics of Performance Appraisals / Legally defensible Performance Appraisals
Ethics of Procedures
Ethics of Contents
Ethics of Documentation of Results
Ethics of Raters
Essentials of a Good Performance Appraisal System:
Problems of Rating:
Advantages of Incentive based compensations
Disadvantages of Incentive based compensation
Nature of HR Audit
Basis of HR Audit (Personnel Research)
Benefits of HR Audit
Scope and Types of HR Audit
Approaches to HR Audit
Meaning of Motivation
Motivation Process (6 Steps)
Criticality of Motivation to Managers
Importance of Motivation
Challenges of Motivation
Objectives of Motivation
Theories of Motivation Early Theories
Reinforcement categories ERG Theory (Alderfer): Existence – Relatedness – Growth
Two-Factor Theory (Herzberg)
Morale Motivation
Importance of Morale as a Responsibility of Management
Meaning of Personnel Policy
Importance of Personnel Policy
Scope of workers’ participation
Methods of Workers’ Participation in Management
Prerequisites of Successful Participation
Benefits of Participation
Why do employees join Trade Unions?
ROLE OF CONSTRUCTIVE AND POSITIVE UNION
UNFAIR LABOR PRACTICES
Retrenchment:
Lay Offs
Voluntary Retirement Schemes
Organisation Charts:
Formal Organisation
Informal Structure
Matrix Structure
Divisional Structure
Organic Structure
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