Objectives of Human Resources Management (HRM)

The main goal of human resource management (HRM) is aimed at developing the organizational ability to achieve success at the expense of the people used. As Ulrich and Lake (1990) noted, “The HRM system can be a source of organizational skills that allow a company to learn and realize new opportunities.”

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Integrate Lean into the Agile organization

Lean also known as Lean thinking is an Agile philosophy that is becoming increasingly popular in organizations today. But how do we introduce Lean into our so-called Agile organization?

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Problems of communication in business organizations

Communication in business organizations can be quite different in each company. The employees in the departments communicate all the time. Every day. However, in communication, we can also encounter problems of different nature.

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Scrum and Kanban: Differences and Similarities

Scrum and Kanban methodologies are very close as part of the agile movement in management. In Scrum the implementation of the project is done in iterations or sprints, which last from 1 to 4 weeks, most often lasting 2 weeks.

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Change Management Plan Example

Creating a Change Management Plan is part of the project management activities. Each project manager in the initial stages of the project makes planning. However, the Change Management Plan is also an activity that needs to be planned and formalized.

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