Presentation on theme: "Monkhood is ripe for reform? IF SO, HOW HRM CAN BE USED?"— Presentation transcript:
Monkhood is ripe for reform? IF SO, HOW HRM CAN BE USED?
When Pope Benedict resigned, the Catholic Church suffered from many scandals ranging from child sexual abuse, reluctance to punish the perpetrators _ many of whom are high-ranking priests _ corruption and fierce infighting in the central bureaucracy, the Vatican Bank crisis, and declining number of the faithful who believe the Church has become irrelevant to modern times.
Like the Catholic Church, our clergy operates in a deeply feudal hierarchy, but ours is in a much more unorganised structure. The members of the Council of Elders are all very old monks who are acting like an executive board of an organisation, but one without the management team to turn their policies into action. SOURCE: BANGKOK POST: 15MARCH2013
AS HR MANAGER ‘S PERSPECTIVE: HOW TO RECRUIT? HOW TO CREATE THE APPLICATION FORM? HOW TO “BELIEVE” THE APPLICATION? HOW TO SELECT THE RIGHT ONE? DO THE ORGANIZATION CONCERNED HAVE TO SET THEIR “INVENTORY CONTROL”? DEMAND/SUPPLY? HOW TO SET THE STANDARDIZATION TO MONK? HOW TO EVALUATE MONK’S PERFORMANCE? HOW MONKS ACHIEVE THEIR CAREER-PATH? MID-CAREER? WHAT DO THEY GET AS A PROFESSIONALS? FINANCIAL, NON-FINANCIAL? OR ELSE? DURING MONKHOOD, RULES? REGULATION? SHOULD MONKS BE RETIRED? HOW MONKS GONNA LEAVE MONKHOOD? PENSION FOR MONKS? OTHERS? HOW MONKS BE 360 DEGREE EVALUATED? A LOT MORE TO FIND-OUT?