September 06, 2008

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Hi Mareile.

This is a good entry and I hope we can get some comments/experiences from the other bloggers in the groups. You have identified the changing nature of HRM in your organisation as its gone global, however it doesn't appear to transend to the opposite side of Story's matrix. Perhaps this is because the nature of the management in this organisation remains essentially paternalistic. What doesn't come out in your blog and which would be interesting to know is how many of the global organisations (if any) have an HR director on the board as part of the decision making process. If your assertion of "human capital being the most important thing for a growing company" is correct then it may call into question the role of HRM in this organisation.

Good blog Mareile keep it going


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  1. Hi Michael -

    Yes you are right – the nature of the management is quite paernalistic. It is still a familiy led company.
    As far as I’m informed there are no HR directors in the board of any non German organisation. Which shows that they are realy at the beginning of this change progress giving HR a more and more important role.
    Maybe if we would look at this company again in 12 month the HR function will have a much stronger position as it is at the moment.

    Greetings
    Mareile

    Your Comment:

    Hi Mareile.

    This is a good entry and I hope we can get some comments/experiences from the other bloggers in the groups. You have identified the changing nature of HRM in your organisation as its gone global, however it doesn’t appear to transend to the opposite side of Story’s matrix. Perhaps this is because the nature of the management in this organisation remains essentially paternalistic. What doesn’t come out in your blog and which would be interesting to know is how many of the global organisations (if any) have an HR director on the board as part of the decision making process. If your assertion of “human capital being the most important thing for a growing company” is correct then it may call into question the role of HRM in this organisation.

    Good blog Mareile keep it going

    06 Sep 2008, 14:58


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