Operational Gap in the Organization: The Need for a Chief of Operations in the Human Resource Organization

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Abstract This paper goes on to discuss the concept of an operational gap. An operational gap is discussed and analyzed with a need for a chief operations officer. A chief operation officer's job description, duties and skills are discussed. Furthermore, the knowledge and skills required by a chief operations officer are also listed. To: Organization's hiring manager From: Student Date: 18 February 2013 Subject: Hiring of Chief Operating officers I am writing to inform you about the need for a chief of operations in the human resource organization. Operational gap in the organization Having a lot of operational gaps in an organization and a business can lead to decreased growth and less productivity. Not only does a company have lesser productivity, it goes on to have an unmotivated staff and inefficient procedures. Due to this fault, many companies tend to go backwards and at a loss instead of succeeding and the thriving in the competitive world today. Today, in the organization, many operational gaps can be observed and thus they need to be fulfilled immediately. Many researchers have gone to see the effects of employment and socialization in the environment. In simpler words, it is the need to add on more people after an organization is functioning well. (Hirst, 2004 pg 3) Similar to the aforementioned scenarios, there has been a need for the hiring of a chief operations management for this human resource organization. Since I have already gone to

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