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Unformatted text preview: Carlos Ali Lead 353 2/25 Homework 1. Selection and Hiring: The selection and hiring within our organization can only be analyzed at this point by taking a look at the selection of the organizations new part-time director. The section process included all of the boards decisions and has worked well over the past six months. The new director not only fits in with her skill sets yet she understands the organizational structure and the rest of the members see her as a valuable asset to the group. The one downfall with the selection and hiring process that our organization suffers is funding. Since there are little funds to hire employees, there is no room for a full-time director position which is very much needed. The selection process at this point can also be discussed as faulted since there is very little drive to get a younger perspective on the team. The leaders are constantly saying that they want a younger audience yet they have no younger voices within the leadership and therefore have trouble connecting with younger demographics. Work Design and Performance: This attribute of the organization can be discussed by taking a look at the committees formed to complete the goals of the non-profit. These committees are entrusted to take their roles on with individual leadership. There are six committees ranging from membership to fundraising that control the operations of the organization. These committees run autonomously from the board as a whole and report their advancements to the board. Projects are give to each team to work out and the team has complete control over the outcome. This serves to give each member an team has complete control over the outcome....
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course LEAD 353 taught by Professor Jaussi during the Spring '08 term at Binghamton University.
- Spring '08