The Importance Of Organizational Culture And Human Resource Management

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Adewale 2013 cited by Hofstede et al (1980) opined that organizational culture plays a vital role in expanding an organizational structure for the development of human resources technical and behavioral skills. For instance, organizations can develop codes of conduct to guide the conduct of its employees by encouraging ethical values in the organization culture. Moreover, the business environment is changing rapidly due to globalization and technological advancements which have affected organizations human resource development programs. As Smith (2014) postulated that Organizational structure, strategy and culture influence human resource functions. Mullins n.d cited Smith (2014) stated that organizations share similar factors such as employee …show more content…
It relates to other significant component in the organization and the environmental factors such as, policy, economy, culture and structure that interacts client relationships (Abadhi, 2012). Furthermore, the link between organizational culture and human resource managements is a need. Culture is critical in achieving competitive advantage depends on the type of the method selected in performing the duties in the organization. NMASI must consider the different cultures of employees and to choose a method to get the work done in order to accomplish a competitive advantage. Bear in mind that the automotive industry is saturated, therefore, the aim is to achieve sustainable growth within the industry. Finally, “Motivation is the most important subject in human resource management and organizational behavior management”. NMASI provides opportunity to motivate employees to achieve their goals which coordinates through transfer of employment to the parent company in America (New Money Automotive Sales & Imports, …show more content…
This includes the ability and knowledge, skills or behaviors that are crucial for successful job outcome indicators. Furthermore, Adewale 2013 cited by Adeniji et al (2013) stated that training and development aids in enhancing the effective practices of human resource that assist both the employees as well as the organization to achieve the goals and objectives. It also aids to create and improve the organizational culture which aims to build employee satisfaction about working for the organization. Most importantly, training and development assists to produce a good corporate image, thus help in in allowing the organization and employees to have a common understanding in relation to the organizational policies. NMSAI is cognizant of the importance of providing training and development to employees as the company corporate image depends on the employees to deliver quality and valuable customer

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