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HR policies, modification, organizational transformation

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Prepare a 1-2 page outline for the project that compares/contrasts the features found in the old and transformed organizational models of a selected organization.

This needs to be based on networking within the organization. I am unclear as to what this means.

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Insight learning Inc., had a very strict policy in Human Resources, that of giving preference to internal hiring. This would preclude the company from filling in positions with many qualified people, from outside of the company, whose resumes won't even make it to the candidates' listing, because of the company's policy to hire internally as its foremost choice of hiring for new positions.
How did the transformation come about?
When the competitor companies had been hiring fresh graduates and qualified candidates best suited for the contemporary business world, Insight Learning Inc. realized that it must extend its applicant pool by including brand new graduates to its interviewees.
A compromise strategy was implemented, that of hiring new staff from the short list of ...

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Burke-Litwin Causal Model

In this segment of our ongoing case, we will be identifying key transformation or throughput processes and looking at the relationships between them. To do this we will be drawing on the Burke-Litwin Causal Model. Thus, you will need to read the article referenced on the background information page.

The Burke-Litwin is a complicated model and is, perhaps, too big for an analysis of this size. For that reason, I would urge you to limit your analysis to those transactional variables they identify in the article.

Those variables are:

Structure (Identify the structure by type: matrix, team based, functional or product departmentalization, organic/mechanistic, etc.)

Tasks and Skills (Unique or core competencies)

Management practices (e.g. participative or centralized decision making)

Systems and Policies (information systems, financial, marketing, production, human resources, etc.)

Work unit climate

Motivation

Individual needs and goals

Identify the key throughput variables and discuss how they are interrelated. Focus on whether they fit together or work toward opposite ends. For example, Does the Human Resource System staff the organization with workers who have the right skills for the requirements of the production system? Does the compensation system quash motivation, or the climate support individual needs and goals? Does the structure fit management practices?

Please provide 4 to 5 pages of good information.

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