Report on HRM professionals and Organizational Culture

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Running head: UNDERSTANDING HRMUnderstanding Human Resource Management (HRM)Name of the StudentName of the UniversityAuthor Note
1UNDERSTANDING HRMTable of ContentsIntroduction................................................................................................................................2Discussion..................................................................................................................................2Organizational culture and structure......................................................................................2Autocraticmanagementstyleinfluences employee motivation............................................3Theimportance oftraining and development........................................................................4Conclusion.................................................................................................................................5References..................................................................................................................................6
2UNDERSTANDING HRMIntroductionHuman resources are the precious assets of any organization as they are the strengthof any company. However, without efficient HRM team it is very difficult for anyorganization to build a productive team of working professionals. The major functions thatHRM deals with are recruiting and training employees, providing training, motivating staffsalong with maintaining workplace safety and proper communication1. This report is inrelation with the HRM professionals and discusses the Charles handy model of organizationalculture, the influence of autocratic management style on staff motivation and the importanceof training and development as the basic HR function in organizations.DiscussionOrganizational culture and structureTall organizational structure has numerous levels of hierarchy. In this type of anorganization, it has been found that there are many managers and each of them has smallrange of control, as they are responsible for a small group of people2. However, there are totalfour types of culture as proposed in the model of Charles Handy, which the organizationsfollow, and they are as below-Power culture- In the organizations who follows power culture mainly handovers thepowers in the hands of only limited people at the top of the hierarchy and they are theonly ones who are authorized to take all-important decisions.Task culture- Organizations following this culture is mainly formed to attain thetargets or solve important problems by following a task culture.1Hendry, Chris. Human resource management.Routledge, 2012.2Lee, Ju-Yeon, Irina V. Kozlenkova, and Robert W. Palmatier. "Structural marketing: Using organizationalstructure to achieve marketing objectives." Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science 43.1 (2015): 73-99.
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