competitive advantage through hrm

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COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT : 

COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT GROUP-01

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MANAGEMENT DEFINITION -- PETER F DRUCKER LAYMENS DEFINITION ART OR SCIENCE

IMPORTANCE OF MANAGEMENT : 

IMPORTANCE OF MANAGEMENT FACILITATES THE ACHIEVEMENT OF GOALS THROUGH LIMITED RESOURCES ENSURES SMOOTH SAILING IN DIFFICULTIES CONTINUITY IN THE ORGANISATION ECCONOMY AND EFFICIENCY GROUP EFFORTS KEY TO ECONOMIC GROWTH

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT : 

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN EARLY 20TH CENTURY-FOUND THAT EMPLOYEES HAVE TO BE EFFECTIVELY MANAGED AND CONSTANTLY SUPERVISED IN 1920’S-CONCEPT OF ‘ECONOMIC MAN  ’ WORKERS HAVE TO BE MOTIVATED BY ECONOMIC GAIN IN 1930-1960’S IN 21ST CENTURY-IMPORTANCE OF AN EMPLOYEE

VALUES : 

VALUES

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS : 

YOUNG PROFESSIONALS

VALUES  HRM : 

VALUES  HRM DEEP CONCERN FOR PEOPLE COMMITMENT CONSTANT IMPROVEMENT THROUGH INNOVATION SELF DEVELOPMENT ACHIEVEMENT SPIRIT PRACTISING

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COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE THROUGH HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 1)PLANNING 2)RECRUITMENT 3) SELECTION 4)APPRAISING 5)COMPENSATION 6)TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT 7)UNION-MANAGEMENT RELATION SHIP 8)TARGETS 9)THRUSTS

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PLANNING

RECRUITMENT : 

RECRUITMENT

SELECTION : 

SELECTION

APPRAISING : 

APPRAISING

COMPENSATION : 

COMPENSATION

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT : 

TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

UNION MANAGEMENT RELATIONSHIP : 

UNION MANAGEMENT RELATIONSHIP

TARGETS : 

TARGETS SELF CUSTOMERS DISTRIBUTORS SUPPLIERS

THRUSTS : 

THRUSTS

DISCUSSION : 

DISCUSSION

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CONCLUSION