Management Motivations

All economic transactions can ultimately be reduced to three words: people, product, profit. The first place is people.
Li Jacobka

People are a common denominator of progress.
John C. Gelbert

Evolution of theory of labour management

One of the essential functions of management is to make the human resources entrusted to it effective. A significant difference between enterprises is how they use the staff ' s capacity to achieve managers ' objectives.

The development of production required a restructuring of labour management on innovative principles, the main factors and conditions of transition to which can be presented as a scheme (Figure 7.1).

Table 7.1

Management phases

Этапы управления

Rhys. 7.1. Restructuring of labour management

In today ' s context, innovation in labour management is becoming a multifaceted process that brings together technological, organizational and social innovations that create a new model of development and use of human resources. This model is based on the orientation:

  • Highly qualified personnel integrated into the production system;
  • Continuing the process of learning and development;
  • Flexibility of labour and labour organizations;
  • Transfer of responsibility from top to bottom;
  • Partnerships among production actors.

New methods of labour management are used in both management and production. The innovation process requires a proactive, highly qualified worker who is deeply involved in decision-making. This engagement, which contributes to the mobilization of the creativity of staff, has led to the acceleration of innovation and enterprise competitiveness.

New methods of labour management

  • Avoiding narrow specialization;
  • Increased flexibility in the use of staff by rotation;
  • Establishment of autonomous working groups;
  • Quality Districts.

The introduction of new methods of labour organization also has a legitimate impact on changes in the management of " human resources " in line with changes in the enterprise ' s external and internal environment (table 7.2).

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