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TLS Continuum How to Guide: HR as a System

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This 2nd installment in the TLS Continuum How to Guide Series looks at the concept of treating the organization as a system.

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TLS Continuum How to Guide: HR as a System

  1. 1. HR As True a Organizational System TLS Continuum How To Guide Based on the work of Dr. Lawrence Miller PhD
  2. 2. What is a system? A system is made up of inputs, a process of some kind, outputs and the environment in which these components exist Page 552 of the Theory of Constraints Handbook edited by James Cox III and John Schleier, Jr.
  3. 3. Where do Inputs come from? Inputs come from sources within and outside our organizations To furnish or provide (a person, establishment, place, etc.) with what is lacking or requisite To furnish or provide (something wanting or requisite) To make up, compensate for, or satisfy (a deficiency, loss, need, etc.) To fill or occupy as a substitute, as a vacancy, a pulpit, etc.
  4. 4. What is an Input? Noun In-put Something that is put in The act or process of putting in Needs a source if the item being inputed Source: http://dictinary.reference.com/browse/supplier?s=t
  5. 5. What is a process? A systematic series of actions directed to some end: to devise a process for homogenizing milk A continuous action, operation, or series of changes taking place in a definite manner: the process of decay
  6. 6. What is an output? Out-put The act of turning out: production: the factory’s output of cars; artistic output The quantity or amount produced, as in a given time: to increase one’s daily output The material produced or yield: product
  7. 7. Who are our customers? A person who purchases good or services from another; buyer
  8. 8. Do we have an environment? The aggregate of surrounding things, conditions, or influences; surroundings; milieu
  9. 9. Is HR an organizational System? Is there sources? Are there inputs? Are there processes? Is there an environment? Are there customers?
  10. 10. Is HR an organizational System? Are there sources? Word of mouth Hiring managers Stakeholders Candidates Management Human Capital Assets Internet
  11. 11. Is HR an organizational System? Are there inputs? Candidates Job Requirements Talent Needs Skills Referrals Potential candidates Training
  12. 12. Is HR an organizational System? Are there processes? Interviews On-Boarding Internal training Sourcing Recruitment External training Policy implementation
  13. 13. Is HR an organizational System? Is there an environment? The workplace The global market for talent Functions Professional community
  14. 14. Is HR an organizational System? Are there customers? Management Stakeholders Human Capital Assets Hiring Managers
  15. 15. Is HR an organizational System? Resounding affirmative view HR has its sources HR has its inputs HR has its processes HR has its outputs HR has its end-users HR has its unique environment
  16. 16. Daniel Bloom SPHR, Six Sigma Black Belt Chief Executive Officer Daniel Bloom & Associates, Inc. PO Box 1233 Largo, FL 33779 (727) 581-6216 dan@dbaiconsulting.com http://www.dbaiconsulting.com More Information?

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