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Edinburg small group health insurance

My belief is that this array of organizational factors has moved to occupy the center of the successful search for competitiveness, for the reasons described: globalization, the value chain, growth, capability focus, change, technology, intellectual capital, and transformation. These Edinburg small group health insurance challenges have given rise to a renewed focus on how organizations can build competitiveness. The nature of the competitive challenges outlined suggests that creating value is no longer exclusively an economic equation leading to a financial outcome. Dealing with what has traditionally been the softer side of Edinburg small group health insurance management and more demanding part of most executive jobs. The importance of organization is increasingly accepted by executives and academics.

My focus on human resources as the dominant lever for creating value and delivering results is it universally accepted. In fact, many Edinburg small group health insurance consultants and theorists shy away from using the term human resources because it conjures up an image of stodgy personnel departments that deal only with policy-making, policing, and transacting. My view is that this image is outdated and dysfunctional. Few would dispute that the keys for creating competitive organizations are how people are treated, how organizations processes are governed, and how an organization’s work is coordinated. I would argue further, however, that the tools for creating competitive organizations come from redefining and upgrading human resources.

Edinburg small group health insurance resource practices (for example, staffing, training, development, performance management, rewards, communications, organizational design, culture change, and so on) can, should, and must be modified to align with and anticipate business strategy. Human resource departments can, should, and must find ways to accomplish necessary transaction work (for example, payroll) while focusing aggressively on work that executes strategy, increases employee contribution, and transforms organizations. Human resource professionals can, should, and must become partners with other senior Edinburg small group health insurance managers by creating value and delivering results.

Ignoring the present and future world of human resources in the quest to build competitive organizations is like an architect ignoring the basic systems necessary in a modern house. A house, however elegant tits design, however wonderful its layout and space, will not be functional without appropriate heating, lighting, and plumbing systems.

 

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