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Final Exam Review - Review Job Analysis High Impact Approach Performance Orientation Systematic information-gathering Rational realistic decision

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Review: Job Analysis High Impact Approach Performance Orientation Systematic information-gathering Rational, realistic decision making Overall it is the systematic gathering of: o performance requirements of the job o performance capabilities of the applicant o rationally making a hiring decision o and…managing that resource once hired * In a knowledge economy, companies with the best talent win. Finding , nurturing , and developing that talent should be one of the most important tasks in a corporation. Step #1 Performance Orientation Systematic information-gathering Rational, realistic decision making Overall it is the systematic gathering of: o performance requirements of the job o performance capabilities of the applicant o rationally making a hiring decision o and…managing that resource once hired Strategy and Work Flow Organization develops strategy by o Establishing long term performance goals Realistic appraisal of how the business can deploy its assets to compete most effectively This includes “Human Assets” Key: People are linked to strategy The organization receives value from its goods and services, which are created, produced, and delivered by the work of individuals. Strategy and Work Flow Key: People are linked to strategy o People are linked to Processes (Workflow Analysis) o Processes are combined to form Jobs (Job Analysis) Work Flow Analysis Work flow analysis: is the way work is organized to meet the organization’s production or service goals.
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Managers need work-flow analysis to examine how work creates or adds value to the ongoing business processes. Processes are value adding activities that take inputs, adds value, and creates outputs that leaves the organization as a product or service. Job Analysis The purpose of the Job Analysis process is to define and communicate “Job Expectations” o Job analysis is a systematic process for collecting information (tasks, duties, responsibilities of a job ) about the work performed in a job. The purpose of the Job Analysis process is to define and communicate “Job Expectations” Process allow you to gain solid understanding of: o what you expect the (new) employee to contribute o what characteristics are most likely to produce excellent performance in job o what human resources are needed to drive organizational profitability Overview Job analysis includes examining the tasks and sequences of tasks necessary to perform the job. (The gathering and organization of information concerning jobs.) A job is a collection of tasks and responsibilities that an employee is responsible to conduct. o Jobs have titles. A
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This note was uploaded on 10/14/2010 for the course MGMT 4020 taught by Professor Rosse,jg during the Spring '08 term at Colorado.

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Final Exam Review - Review Job Analysis High Impact Approach Performance Orientation Systematic information-gathering Rational realistic decision

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