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Strategic training

  1. 1.  Prof : santosh sali
  2. 2. process • New employee • Unskilled employee • Potential managers Input • Training and Development Programs • Motivated and committed employee • Skilled employee • Competent managers Output
  3. 3.            Strategic planning: It is the process by which top management determines overall organizational purposes and objectives and how they are to be achieved. The linking of HRM with strategic goals and objectives in order to improve business performance and develop organizational cultures that foster innovation and flexibility." The role of HR in the strategic planning process depends on the organization's view of HR. There are three views detailed in the text which involve HR as an operational function, HR as a "fitting" function, and HR as an equal partner in the strategic planning process. Obviously, it is our contention that the latter is the appropriate view. In this view, HR's role would include environmental scanning, competitive intelligence, internal strengths and weaknesses analysis, and the implementation of the strategies. HR process involves following activities or steps
  4. 4.  a. Determine the organizational mission: It states Organization's overall purpose and basic business scope and operations it provides  information like, why does our organization exist? What unique contributions can it make?  b. Scan the organizational environment.  This is also known as SWOT analysis through this process organizations identify different  opportunities available in the market and the threats that can be faced by the organization,  and the weaknesses and strengths possessed by organizations are also measured and  identified through this process.   c. Set strategic goals: To achieve the overall mission or purpose of the organization it is required to set specific long-term and short term objectives and goals. The goal can be defined as desired outcomes to accomplish mission. Following are the characteristics of effective goals. · Specific · Challenging · Measurable  d. Formulate a strategic plan:  Courses of action is designed to meet strategic goals, also specifies functional or  departmental goals are selected at this step      
  5. 5. Focus  Task  Information available  Productivity  Job Satisfaction  Development
  6. 6. Customer Model Matrix Model  Corporate University Model Virtual Model
  7. 7.   Thank you
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