The Human Capital Dimension : Case Study

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SUBMITTED BY: Rahhu STUDENT ID: 11023171 EXAMINER: FATIMAH MORAN TITLE: THE HUMAN CAPITAL DIMENSION INTRODUCTION In the last 15 years, Farradaw solutions grew up rapidly from a small company to one of the biggest companies in UK. The company management build its reputation among other industries under the leadership of Susan & Robert Curshaw. The owner of the company is Susan & Robert Curshaw and holding 80% of the company’s shares where as the four directors and two sons of the company holding 20% of the shares. After reaching at the height of achievement, the company has bigger and complex structure with over 450 employees. Still the human resource management of the company is not autonomous and…show more content…
Lack of proper leadership: Effective leadership not only has an impact on the individuals working for the organization but helps in the development of the organization’s culture. Effective leadership also helps share the vision and goals that are set for the organization and allows every member of the organization to have a say in how those goals and vision can be improved with time (Cameron, 2011). Ineffective leadership on the other hand has a completely opposite effect on organization that an effective leadership has. Confusion is a major part in a work force of an organization where leadership is ineffective and frustration is common (Schein, 2010). IMPLEMENTATION OF ULRICH MODEL Source: (Dale Ulrich, 1997) According to Dave Ulrich, the above model is best use to improve the structure and roles of HR department. The main focus of the model is to be a genuine business partner and to create value to business. The four roles for example strategic partner, change agent, administrative partner and employee champion are used to accomplish the following result: Strategic partner role is the role to be performed logically and skilfully. A strategic partner is a person who helps the company or industry to turn its strategy into valuable result by creating organizational value (Bryson, 2011). The second role is deals with change agent as change is necessary by time to time so the role is associated with the changes that happen on regular
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