Organizational Development In Organization Development

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Chapter I TALENT MANAGEMENT AND ITS IMPACT OVER THE ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN I.T. INDUSTRIES INTRODUCTION 1.1. BACKGROUND: The present era is characterized by globalization which is full of challenges and opportunities. It needs continuous improvement. Improvements regarding people as well technology both are needed to ensure success. The organizations are made up of people who work at their best to meet organization’s goals and objectives. It is the incompetence of the people which makes organizations falls behind in the competitive race. The organization’s major resources are man; machine and money but the differentiation element between competing organizations is the “people factor”. “An organization is only as good as its people…show more content…
Therefore, it became compulsory for the organizations to develop a comprehensive that can strive to meet the ‘people dimension’ concept which eventually had given rise to Human Resource Management. “To be successful strategic Human Resource Management involves the development of a consistent, aligned collection of practices, programs and policies to facilitate the achievement of the organization strategic goals,” (Mello, 2003). The idea of managing talent is not new. Four or five decades ago, it was viewed as a peripheral responsibility best relegated to the personnel department. Now, talent management is an organizational function that is taken far more seriously. Human Resource Management and organizations are closely interrelated systems that work together within organized boundaries. Human Resource Management aims at achieving organizational success, meeting the expectations of the employees, developing knowledge, skills and abilities of employees, improving the quality of working life and manage human resources in an ethical and socially responsible…show more content…
A system is combination of individuals’ performance and which includes organizational development, their interdependencies, interrelations, causes and effects of strategies, structures, processes and cultures. This is a crucial factor as when organization structure, culture, strategy and processes are not aligned the performance suffers and organizational development meets setback. Developing a strategic approach for making for some institutional changes to cope up with the challenges of the environment should be the important consideration for the organizations. Thus there is necessity to make talent management practices in such a way so that they are able to cope up the strategic challenges of managing the organization’s skill
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