The strategic planning process develops and analyzes guidelines for an organization and its employees. Senior leadership and the human resource management (HRM) should work cohesively to develop a plan free of legal implications. Managers who use motivational concepts encourage old and new employees to work at a higher level to reach an organization’s goals.
Whether a civilian company, large or small or a branch of the military, each organization should develop a strategic plan for employees to follow. In the strategic planning process, leaders develop the organization’s mission, vision, and core values statements as well as define the long-, medium-, and short-term goals (U.S. Coast …show more content…
For HR to be successful in this role, the department must comprehend the organization’s mission, vision, and core values; be capable of understanding and speaking strategy; and translate these aspects into people skills (Ramona & Anca, 2013). Furthermore, it is HRM’s responsibility to ensure the organization hires personnel ethically and …show more content…
The HCMP inventories personnel assets and skillsets on staff, lists the personnel and skills the organization requires to meet the mission, defines a plan to attract new talent, and lists tools to use when analyzing the results and making adjustments. The HCMP is similar to the strategic plan and answers the same questions: “Where are we now? Where do we want to be? How will we get there? How will we know when we arrive?” (Reed & Bogardus, 2012, pg. 109).
Ciorbagiu-Naon (2010) elucidates businesses need to analyze alternative methods of employee motivation besides monetary rewards (i.e. bonuses). The feeling of inclusion through experiences like team-building, goal-setting, workshops, and communication provide the employee motivation to continue to strive to better themselves and perform well for the organization (Ciorbagiu-Naon, 2010, p. 42). Two motivation concepts to stimulate intrinsic motivation are Maslow’s Need Hierarchy and Theory Y.