A Study on Enterprise Human Resource Management Diagnosis and Training Roadmap Construction – A case study of P Company
|關鍵字:||人力資源管理;企業診斷;教育訓練藍圖;Human Resources Management;Enterprise Diagnosis;Training Roadmap|
To survive in the constantly changing business environment, it is necessary for an enterprise to make the most of its competitive advantages. Talents are the best assets of a business and possessing excellent manpower is the key to success in business competition. Business operation and training always go hand in hand. Basically, the purpose of business training is to help with employees’ knowledge, and skill-building, and to help employees form a better attitude toward their work. If, due to incompetence, employees fail to meet the expectation of their enterprises, training programs should be applied to enhance employees’ capability and thus improve their job performance to ultimately achieve the goals of their organizations. It costs great amount of money and also takes a great deal of time to train excellent workers. However, with a well-designed training system, all resources would be fully utilized and business operation goals would be reached accordingly. Enterprise diagnosis covers aspects of finance, production, marketing, research and development, and human resource management. This study, a case study of a Taiwanese semi-conductor distributor, considers how human resource diagnosis is performed by external consultants to pinpoint hidden problems of the enterprise. Using interview survey, author of we study attempt to understand how interviewees from the studied company see their enterprise training. To meet the demand of its mid- and long-term development, the studied company first strengthens its training system. Its initiatives contain training counseling and exclusive training roadmap construction (including courses to improve employee’s professional capabilities and skills, executives training courses, and new employee training, etc.). In performing the project, a common consensus among organization members is also reached, which is helpful for setting other projects into action and is beneficial to gradually settling issues related to human resource management.
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