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HRM roles in the organization

What is HRM's role in culture and change management in organizations.

Develop a strategy for working within the organizational culture and managing change as you develop and implement your plan to improve effectiveness.

Assess the cultural and change management factors that will likely impact the development and implementation of your plan.

Analyze the ethical and legal responsibilities related to organizational culture and change management, both in the organization and in society as a whole.

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Culture and Change management in Organizations
What is HRM's role in culture and change management in organizations?

HRM's ROLE as a SERVICE AGENT

As a broad guideline, the HR provide services to the organization and other departments/ overseas counterparts.

HRM's ROLE as a GUIDE

To varying degrees, HR MANAGERS provides guidance to the
organization management, other departments/ overseas counterparts.

HRM acts as an ADVISOR

HR managers provide advice to line managers, and management
in general TO other departments/ overseas counterparts.

HRM plays a multi angle ROLE

HR MANAGER plays different roles.

BUSINESS PARTNER ROLE.

-share responsibility with their line management for the success
of the business and the running of the business.

STRATEGIST ROLE

-contribute to the long term / strategic organizational issues like

*people selection
*people requirement
*people development
*organization development
*quality of work life
etc

INTERVENTIONIST ROLE

-proactively contributes to the change management, people
management, team development, new technology introduction
etc

INTERNAL CONSULTANCY ROLE

-acts as a management consultant on HR ISSUES working
alongside the line managers.

MONITORING ROLE

-monitors the implementation of HR policies / procedures.

Develop a strategy for working within the organizational culture and managing change as you develop and implement your plan to improve effectiveness.

A number of organisational culture types and what strategies are needed to be developed are shown below:

1. A power culture is one based on the dominance of one or a small number of individuals within an organisation. They make the key decisions for the organisation. This sort of power culture may exist in a small business or part of a larger business.

2. A role culture exists in large hierarchical organisations in which individuals have ...

Solution Summary

This solution looks at the various roles played by the human resource manager in an organization,

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