The Critical Appraisal of the Role of Hrm Strategies and Practices in the Planning and Implementation of Change.

2608 Words May 2nd, 2012 11 Pages
Westminster International University in Tashkent

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2011 - 2012

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Student’s ID number 000018
Module name Managing Culture and Change
Module code 4UZB7B4
Course Leader Abdumalik Djumanov, Rowan Wagner
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Submission deadline 12th December

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Introduction.....................................................................................................................3

HRM
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Indeed Japanese organisations reflect Japanese national culture in their structure through their reliance on collective team working and strong individual leadership styles. Delbridge and Turnbull (1992) argue that a Japanese organisation’s performance management focuses on motivation, flexibility and company loyalty. From this point to view organisational performance is closely linked with collective learning in the organisation while instead in Western organisations focus on these issues and aspects tends to be relatively low. In particular a survey carried out by CIPD revealed that spending on training in public sectors fell while in private companies it increased in recent years (Community Care, 2005). Similar to Japanese companies’ successful experiences CIPD’s research also noted that there is a vital relationship between ‘'employability' related learning and organisational performance. Thus it is vital for organisations within a change situation to exploit corporate missions and leadership resources as a tool in building up employee loyalty (Gill & Stanistreet, 2004).

HRM learning practices and people interactions

Also in response to the dramatic changes caused by the development of new information technologies organisations have sought to achieve and maintain competitive advantages in new ways principally through