Rancho Solano Preparatory School Case Study

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The Rancho Solano Preparatory School will make new changes by changing one major organizational subsystem. The subsystem is defined as a “work unit or smaller component within a larger organization” (Schermerhorn, 2011, p. 357). The primary purpose is helping the group subsystems; includes departments, programs, projects, teams, and employees (Kokemuller, 2016). The major subsystem that is in need of change is human resource management. According to Schermerhorn, “Human resource management, HRM is the process of attracting, developing, and maintaining a talented and energetic workforce” (2011, p. 263). The Merita’s Family of Schools failed to mesmerize students and parents by making radical decisions that would cause them to close several of schools’ door forever. The legacy of the Freesmeyers ended; “the 60-year-old Rancho Solano Preparatory close its campuses and relocating Venture Campus to Scottsdale, closed Union Hills and Missouri Campuses (Creno, 2014, para 1). Their excuse was for the closures of the campuses were due to low enrollment, yet it was because of their negligence of HRM; leaving…show more content…
It is managed by Kelly Freesmeyer whose parents found the Ranch Solano. “The Bayer Private School is committed to providing a nurturing learning environment where students are valued and empowered to reach their full potential” (Bayer Private School, n.d.). The Bayer Private School is funded by HRM where it attracts parents who grew up in Rancho Solano to be now part of the Bayer schools. Now, their kids have gained those values by attending the Bayer Private School in which HMR develops excellent relationships with employees and students. RSPS must change their human resource management to stay in business and but most important to gain people 's trust, acquired dedicated staff that is loyal to their values and students who will value to complete a cycle of their
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