TITLE

İNSAN KAYNAKLARINA BAKIŞ AÇISININ SAPTANMASINA YÖNELİK BİR ARAŞTIRMA

AUTHOR(S)
KEÇECİOĞLU, Tamer; Kemal YILMAZ, Mustafa
PUB. DATE
June 2012
SOURCE
Balikesir University Journal of Social Sciences Institute;haz2012, Vol. 15 Issue 27, p129
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
When we look at the development of human resources management, operational, technical, and activity-based approach, an evolution towards the formation of strategic decision-making structures, we see that affect. Most of this evolution of human resource management to create business value, impact on business results felt the impact. Individual goals with organizational strategies in general, the biggest problem is disconnect. This issue of human resources actions and decisions adversely affects the value added created by. When we look at the future role of human resources, talent management, strategic business partner, demographic risks inherent in the concept of managing and monitoring the global economy have been revealed. From this perspective, the human resources business functions by other functions, is becoming the place and role of continuous debate. The biggest reason to produce business results Human Resources and organizational structure, usually focusing on the external customer and as a result of excessive human resources strategies with business strategies based on yürütememedir together. Human resources function affects people, or people connected to the new mission is to increase the success of the organization by improving decisions. This new high-quality services to respond to the needs of the recipients paradigma offering a “value” defines the proposal. Focus on product-based solution-based focus in this definition is an accurate conversion. Looking at this point to guide the market value of the human resources function in organizations, how intangible assets focus on the compelling need to focus on value bid. This need is a new role of human resources and raises new competencies to be portrayed. Human capital development of the concept as an effective metric and analytic capability development, information technology can assist in the development of human resources function. In this sense, the micro-level study in Izmir companies have realized the concept of human resources points of view seeks to question the purpose. A questionnaire study of 91 companies operating in Izmir has been reached, the managers were asked their opinions about dignity, The validity and reliability analysis was made by using SPSS 15 model . As a result of the study, the initial hypothesis, the results of the study demonstrated consistency. As a result of this study, the development of human resources functions and take part in strategic decisions and recommendations formed a team to take on acting as a catalyst. The height of the original side of the sample and as a result of this study was obtained from the data and the accuracy of this data is on the opposing proposals we will. Market-based measurement systems for human resources and business results brought by the introduction of the concept of human capital with focus and execution are among the headlines suggest.
ACCESSION #
91508080

 

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