BUS 205 Lecture 9
Creating and Maintaining High-Performance Organizations
1. High-Performance Work Systems.
combination of people, technology, and organizational structure that makes
full use of the organizations resources and opportunities in a
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1. The Process of Human Resource Planning.
Organizations should carry out human resource planning to meet business
objectives and gain an advantage over competitors. The activities HR
personnel conduct in the human resource planning pro
BUS 205 Lecture 10
1. The Process of Performance Management.
Performance Management is the process through which managers ensure
that employees activities and outputs contribute to the organizations goals.
2. Activities Involved in Performance Management.
BUS 205 Lecture 12
1. Establishing a Pay Structure. As the United States
continues its climb out of the Great Recession, people notice price
increases and greater job opportunities. This creates pressure for higher
pay. In the political environment affect
BUS 205 Lecture 11
1. Managing Voluntary and Involuntary Turnover.
Organizations try to ensure and good performers want to stay with the
organization and that employees whose performance is chronically low are
encouraged or force to leave. Both of these c
BUS 205 Lecture 3
1. Equal Employment Opportunity. The condition in which all
individuals have an equal chance for employment, regardless of their race,
color, religion, sex, age, disability, or national origin. All three branches of
the federal governmen
BUS 205 Lecture 7
1. Training Linked to Organizational Needs.
an organizations planned efforts to help employees acquire job-related
knowledge, skills, abilities, and behaviors, with the goal of applying these
on the job.
2. A complete instruc
BUS 205 Lecture 1
1Human Resource Management (HRM) is defined as the policies,
practices, practices, and systems that influence employees behavior,
attitudes, and performance.
2Several of the HRM functions the support the organizations
business strategy a
BUS 205 Lecture 2
1Labor Force.The term labor force is defined as all the people willing
and able to work for an organization.
The internal labor force consists of an organizations workers (its
employees and the people who have contracts to work at the
BUS 205 Lecture 4
1. Work Flow in Organizations.
Informed decisions about
jobs take place in the context of the organizations overall work flow.
Through the process of work flow design, managers analyze the tasks
needed to produce a product or service.
BUS 205 Lecture 6
1. Selection Process.
By the selection process, organizations
make decisions about who will or will not be allowed to join the
2. Selection Process.
At most organizations, selection incudes
the steps illustrated in Figure 6
BUS 205 Lecture 8
1. Training, Development, and Career Management.
Organizations and their employees must constantly expand their
knowledge, skills, and behavior to meet customer needs and compete in
todays demanding and rapidly changing business environm