Changing Role of HRM
Reviews the effects on the role of Human Resource Management (HRM) of gobalization, technology, diversity, e-business, and ethics. The two models that shape the ways in which HRM is perceived.
Dviersity in the Workplace
An overview of the professional research related to leadership and developing a diverse organization, covering the systems and processes the leader needs to develop in the workplace as well as the personal competencies leaders must develop in order to successfully manage diversity.
Value of diversity
This paper addresses these issies: A law office has only white male attorneys, and the only females working there are secretaries. They are not attracting a diverse clientele, and are therefore in financial trouble. Provide specific details regarding how diversity would have prevented the situation.
Keep in mind the following challenges;
1.Understanding more about different cultures
2. Not making the fear of offending someone a barrier to a diverse workplace
3Keeping a tough economy from launching a diversity program
4.Learning to curb your assumptions
5.Building diversity into the leadership programs
6.Expecting some adverse reactions and have steps to minimize them
Comment on these opportunities ould include
1. Excellent workers can be recruited by extending the labor pool
2.In order to do business in other nations and communicate with a diverse work force, then having employees with multicultural communication skills is a must
3 Fostering diversity at the top can help overcome a lack of trust in the company
4. Since customers are growing more diverse, then having an equally diverse workforce would help manage the customer relationship
Six Graduate-Level Management Questions
This paper consists of six separate papers, each on a different topic--how to change from a traditional marketing approach to a customer-targeted approach; how to manage workplace diversity; organizational tools that a CEO can use to attune the organization and manage change, conflict, and uncertainty; how to transition from an existing system to a new one; how to explain to a new CEO of a multinational company his obligations toward developing countries in terms of ecology, respect for the host culture, and ethical standards; responding to the hypothetical receipt of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, explaning the four criteria you are most proud of and why you competed.
Managing People in Organizations
Assessing the proposition that the ways in which people are managed affects organizational performance. Reviews theoretical concepts. Uses MPIO (Managing People in Organizations) as the theoretical framework for the paper.
Theory and Practice of Leadership and Change
An integration of material in an applied-management book with the material in a theoretical organizational behvior textbook reflecting theory and practice of managing change in organizations.
MANAGEMENT OF DIVERSITY IN MULTINATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS.
Discusses the concept of corporate culture and rise of multinationals. The inevitability of conflict caused by people of different backgrounds and cultures working rogether. Culture and standards of behavior. Diversity programs and how they can be used to minimize employee conflicts. Unique problems encountered by employees working overseas; selection process of expatriates.
CHASE MANHATTAN BANK.
Examines bank's structure, organization, management, workforce environment, performance, role in evolving financial services market. Tables.
THE UNITED STATES AS A MULTICULTURAL NATION.
Discusses need for education in the diversity of values. Demographic shift in U.S. From a society dominated by whites rooted in Western culture to a global society with a variety of racial and ethnic minorities. Challenges of diversity to educational system and businesses and the workforce. Growth of diversity programs.