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1 Strategic HR Vs Traditional HR
Role of HR is evolving in recent years. Significant Contribution of HR in organization’s performance improvement. In the most financial successful organizations, HR is increasingly being seen as a critical strategic partner and assuming far-reaching and transformational roles and responsibilities. Strategic approach to HR involves abandoning the mindset and practices of “personnel management” and focus more on strategic issues than operational issues

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Strategic HRM: Involves the development of a consistent, aligned collection of practices, programs, and polices to facilitate the achievement of the organization’s strategic objectives Implications of corporate strategy for all HR systems within a organization by translating company objectives into specific people management systems.

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SHR can be contrasted to the more Traditional administrative focus of HR through an examination of four different roles that HR can play in an organization. Strategic focus Strategic Partner Change agent Systems People Admin Expert EMP Champion Operational focus

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HR should deliver results that enrich the organization’s value to its customers, its investors, and its employees. This can be accomplished in four ways HR becoming a partner with senior and line managers in strategy execution HR becoming an expert in the way that work is organized and executed HR becoming a champion for employees, working to increase employee contribution and commitment to the organization HR becoming an agent of continuous transformation that shapes processes and culture to improve an organization’s capacity for change.

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Strategic Partner Role: The first role involves becoming a partner in strategic execution. HR is responsible for Organizational structure HR will conduct an audit to help managers identify those components that need to be changed to facilitate strategy execution These activities require HR executives to acquire new skills and capabilities to allow HR to add value for the executive team with confidence.

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Administrative Expert Role Rule-making policies while ensuring that the required routine work still gets done effectively and efficiently. This require improving or “rethinking” a number of traditional HR functions, such as benefits and selection, which now can be automated using technology, and therefore be more cost efficient.

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Employee Champion HR are accountable for ensuring that employees are fully engaged in and committed to the organization. Enhance employee morale and training line managers to recognize and avoid the causes of low morale, such as unclear goals, unfocused priorities, and ambiguous performance management. Represent your employees to SM, on specific decision related to them directly

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As a Change Agent HR has to be able to build the organization’s capacity to embrace and capitalize on new situations, ensuring that change initiatives are defined, developed, and delivered in a timely manner. HR roles in Knowledge based economy Human capital steward Knowledge facilitator Relationship builder Rapid deployment specialist

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Human capital steward It involves the creation of an environment and culture in which employees voluntarily want to contribute their skills, ideas, and energy A competitive advantage can be taken only when the best employees are recruited, duly motivated, and retained. Knowledge facilitator Role it involves the procurement of the necessary employee knowledge and skills sets that allow information to be acquired, developed, and disseminated, providing a competitive advantage. Employees teach and learn from each other and knowledge sharing is valued and rewarded.

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Relationship Builder It involves the development of structure, work practices, and organizational culture that allow individuals to work together, across departments and functions To ensure competitiveness, networks need to be developed that focus on the strategic objectives of the organization and how synergies and team work that lead to outstanding performance are valued and rewarded.

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Rapid deployment specialist: It involves the creation of an organization structure and HR systems that are fluid and adaptable to rapid change in response to external opportunities and threats. The global, knowledge based economy changes quickly and frequently and success in such an environment mandates flexibility and a culture that embraces change

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SHRM critical HR competencies Strategic contribution (development of strategy, connecting organization to external constituents, and implementing system that align employee performance with company strategy) Business knowledge (involves understanding the operations of organizations, putting the knowledge into the result) Personal credibility (measureable values be demonstrated in programs and policies implemented) HR delivery (involve serving internal customers through effective and efficient program related to staffing, performance management, and employee development) HR technology (involves using technology to improve the organization’s management of its people)

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Lepak and Snell’s employment models High Quadrant 4: Alliances/Partnerships Collaborative-Based HR configuration Quadrant 1: Knowledge based employment Commitment based HR configuration Uniqueness Quadrant 3: Contractual work arrangements Compliance based HR configuration Quadrant 2: Alliances/Partnerships Collaborative-Based HR configuration Low Low High Strategic Value

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Lepak and snell’s employment models Characteristics of human capital using two dimensions. Strategic Value and uniqueness Strategic Value: The extent of its potential to improve efficiency, effectiveness, exploit market opportunities, or neutralize potential threats Uniqueness the degree to which it is specialized and not widely available

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Quadrant 1: Illustrate knowledge based employment, human capital that is unique and has high strategic value to the organization. Heavy investment in t&d, employee autonomy and participation, employee security, and compensation system Quadrant 2: Illustrate job-based employment, human capital that has limited uniqueness but is of high strategic value to the organization. Less investment will be made in employees and the organization will seek to acquire individuals with requisite skills rather provide training. Shorter time frame will be established for performance and reward and jobs will be more standardized.

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Quadrant 3: Illustrate contractual employment, human capital that is not unique nor of strategic value to the organization. Compliance based, structure and directions would be provided for employees and systems established to ensure that employees comply with rules, and procedures, little direction and training. Compensation would be based on ensuring compliance with the set work structure Quadrant 4: Illustrate alliance/partnership employment, human capital that is unique but out of limited strategic value to the organization. Collaborative based human resource management, much of work would be outsourced, organization would select alliance partner who are committed to the relationship as well as the organization’s success

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Responsibility of HR Staff specialists Line manager Focus Employee relations Partnership with internal and external customers Initiatives Slow, reactive, fragmented Fast, proactive, integrated Role of HR Transactional, change follower, and respondent Transformational, change leader, and initiator Time horizon Short term Short, medium, long Control Bureaucratic-role, policies, procedure organic,-flexible, whatever is necessary to succeed Job design Tight division of labor, independence, specialization Broad, flexible, cross training, teams Key investment Capital, products People, knowledge Accountability Cost center Investment center

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Barriers to Strategic HR Short-term mentality/focus on current performance Inability of HR to think strategically Lack of appreciation of what HR can contribute Failure to understand general manager’s role as an HR manager Difficulty in quantifying many HR outcomes Perception of human assets as higher risk investment Incentives for change that might arise

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