Most of the businesses cannot even function without the utilization of technology, as all the job tasks are automated and maintained through information systems. This impact is seen in all areas of business, including human resources. The developing countries are increasingly working in developing information technology, in order to solve their progressive difficulties and accomplishing goals (Odedra and Kluzer, 1988). In present time, information Technology has also created a thoughtful dilemma for international management. These technological innovations resulted very effective in changing the competitive advantage for any organization.
Transferrable skills are skills which can be used in any occupation regardless what the job entails. Transferrable skills are sometimes more important than the job related skills to some employers. When identifying transferrable skills do not overlook the skills in which are gained from everyday living as these skills are what brings out the qualities in a person and sets you apart from the rest of the human
Like large companies are taking over small companies, business are shifting to online systems. These kinds of changes also affect organization’s human resource planning as they need new skills for these kind of changes. EXTERNAL FACTORS: There are some external factors too which affect human resourse planning.
BODY This Case clearly point out the change of in mind set of technology with cost saved with the use of computers in the workplace. With the increasing number of fresher minds that are highly technically skilled, the idea of incorporating Organizational Development should be plan as the different levels of management that are all working together for a common goal, implementation of OD would bring them together to be cost and time effective. What is Organizational Development? It is the study of successful organizational change and performance. More recently, work on OD has expanded to focus on aligning organizations with their rapidly changing and complex environments through organizational learning, knowledge management and transformation of organizational norms and values.
In fact, there are different views, definitions and scopes of HRD, however, most focus to enhance learning for individuals, groups and organizations within its business objectives (Reid, Barrington and Brown, 2004). More often these days a business’s external environment is reflecting the issues of sustainable development, and companies have to take this into account in a much more serious way than they had to in the past. People are much better informed about issues and many believe there are higher expectations on how today businesses behave. LEGO begun to source their products and manufacturing worldwide due to globalization of business. Unfortunately, labour standards are not complied and practiced in every country commonly.
Many organizations now prefer professional services automation software tools which makes resource management tasks more efficient and effective. The automated tools include timesheet software and the employee time tracking software, which helps to calculate skill sets, experience and workload in selecting the most skilled. This will help the employee in an organization to handle any type of specific project. This will help the organization to forecast for future staffing requirements prior to project
Another impact of technology on the human resource industry is data storage and retrieval. Electronic imaging has made it easier for companies to store and retrieve documents on an electronic device to format in several files with a push of a button. The electronic format makes it accessible for human resource professionals to print whatever document they need for employees during training, also employees can print from human resource data on employee performance and feedback to improve the organization. Human resource professionals can examine employee’s performance using a metrics on software to reassure the proper candidate are meeting required performance. This type of impact on technology can encourage HR professionals to find their strong voice to communicate with the employees to achieve success within the
Abstract: Across centuries, knowledge was proved as a key organizational source of success in all fields and its necessity is being recognized by both individuals and the organizations. Knowledge sharing is the fundamental to generate new ideas and develop new business opportunities through which employees can contribute to knowledge application, innovation, and ultimately the competitive advantage of the organization. Despite the fact, KS does not come easy. Though, it needs the capability and the willingness of individuals to engage in KS which is better known as KSC. Upon a critical review on factors affecting KS, this paper attempts to review the technological factors that have been cited as significant in influencing employee’s knowledge
In today’s world, it is inevitably hard to miss the integration of technology in our everyday society. Everything ranging from hardware to software is used daily for both work and leisure. In fact, technology’s original purpose was to aid work processes that took a lot of effort to do. For example, bookkeeping, customer profiles, and in general, communication between businesses and customers and overall global communication within businesses. Nevertheless, technology as well has transformed the traditional marketing into what we know today as digital marketing.
. Introduction Today information technology has changed the society we live, time has changed including the society through the contribution of information technology. Well, Information technology can be described as a term which encompasses every forms of technology which is used to create, store including store, and use information in its various forms ( such as business data, voice conversations, motion pictures, still images, multimedia presentations, and other forms of tools, including those not yet conceived). Well, in the past, few couple of decades these has been a significant improvement and revolution in the field of communication and computing and also all the indications which are in technological progress and the use of information