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Analysis of human resource management challenges in implementation of industry 4.0 in Indian automobile industry
Top management green commitment and green intellectual capital as enablers of hotel environmental performance: the mediating role of green human resource management, the study of knowledge employee voice among the knowledge-based companies: the case of an emerging economy.
PurposeA review of previous studies on the voices of employees and knowledge workers clarifies that paying attention to employees' voice is critical in human resource management. However, limited studies have been conducted on it, and much less emphasis has been placed compared to other human resource management activities such as human resource planning. Therefore, the voice of knowledge employees has been one of the critical issues that have attracted a great deal of attention recently. Nonetheless, there is no evidence of various comprehensive and integrated voice mechanisms. As a result, this study aims to design knowledge workers' voice patterns in knowledge-based companies specialising in information and communication technology (ICT) in Iran in May and June 2020.Design/methodology/approachThis study is a qualitative grounded theory research. We collected the data from a target sample of 15 experts in knowledge-based ICT companies using in-depth semi-structured interviews. Since all the participants had practised the employee voice process, they were regarded as useful data sources. Data analysis was also performed using three-step coding (open, axial and selective) by Atlas T8, which eventually led to identifying 14 components and 38 selected codes. We placed identified components in a paradigm model, including Personality Characteristics, Job Factors, Economic Factors, Cultural Factors, Organisational Policies, Organisational Structure, Climate Of Voice in the Organisation, Management Factors, Emotional Events, Communications and Networking, Contrast and Conflict and, etc. Then, the voice pattern of the knowledge staff was drawn.FindingsThe results showed that constructive knowledge voice influences the recognition of environmental opportunities and, additionally, it helps the competitive advantages among the employees. By forming the concept of knowledge staff voice, it can be concluded that paying attention to knowledge staff voice leads to presenting creative solutions to do affairs in critical situations. The presentation of these solutions by knowledge workers results in the acceptance of environmental changes, recognition and exploitation of new chances and ideas, and sharing experiences in Iranian knowledge-based companies.Practical implicationsStrengthening and expanding the voice of employees in knowledge-oriented companies can pave the way to growth and development towards a higher future that prevents the waste of tangible and intangible assets.Originality/valueCompanies' ability to engage in knowledge workers is a vital factor in human resource management and strategic management. However, the employee voice has not been involved integrally in the context of corporate.
Achieving Human Resource Management Sustainability in Universities
The sustainability of human resource management (HRM) is the basis for an organization’s future growth and success. This study aims to investigate achieving HRM sustainability in universities. We use a quantitative research method design to investigate the factors that affect HRM sustainability at universities. The study was conducted during the spring and summer of 2020 at Iranian state universities. As the study’s statistical population included 2543 employees, a sample size of 334 employees was calculated using the Cochran formula. A questionnaire with 32 statements based on a 5-point Likert scale was used to collect the data, which were analyzed using PLS3 software. The findings show that human resource practices, social factors, psychological factors, employer branding, and economic factors have positive and significant effects on HRM sustainability at universities. Findings indicate that it is essential to consider the implementation of adequate HRM practices and related socio-economic and psychological supports for HRM sustainability in universities that can lead to the competitiveness of the higher education institutions such as universities.
Relationship Model between Human Resource Management Activities and Performance Based on LMBP Algorithm
The research on the relationship between human resource management activities and performance is an important topic of enterprise human resource management research. There are some errors between the relationship between human resource management activities and performance and the real situation, so it is impossible to accurately predict the performance fluctuation. Therefore, the relationship model between human resource management activities and performance based on the LMBP algorithm is constructed. Using the Levenberg–Marquardt (LM) algorithm and BP (back-propagation) neural network algorithm to establish a new LMBP algorithm, control the convergence of the new algorithm, optimize the accuracy of the algorithm, and then apply the LMBP algorithm to predict the risk of performance fluctuation under human resource management activities of enterprises, the indicators of human resource management activities of enterprises are determined, to complete the mining of enterprise performance data, the grey correlation analysis is combined, and the relationship model between human resource management activities and performance is built. The experimental samples are selected from CSMAR database, and the simulation experiment is designed. Using different algorithms to forecast the fluctuation of enterprise performance, the experimental results show that the LMBP algorithm can more accurately reflect the relationship between enterprise HRM and performance.
Inclusive human resource management in freelancers' employment relationships: The role of organizational needs and freelancers' psychological contracts
Student leadership programme: igniting the young minds.
Learning outcomes This case will help students to understand the following: Develop a basic understanding of competency building processes. Learn about the mentoring process and its application in leadership development. Develop awareness about the methodology for assessment of the effectiveness of training. Case overview/synopsis Dr A. R. K. Pillai founded the Indian Leprosy Foundation in 1970 in response to the national call by late Mrs Indira Gandhi, prime minister of India, to the public-spirited people to take up leprosy eradication. It collaborated with international agencies to reduce leprosy drastically in India from four million, in 1982 to around a hundred thousand cases in 2006. In 2006, the Indian Leprosy Foundation was renamed as Indian Development Foundation (IDF) as the trustees decided to expand the work of IDF in the areas of health, children’s education and women’s empowerment. Dr Narayan Iyer, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of IDF initiated a leadership development intervention called the Students’ leadership programme (SLP) for children in the age group of 12 to 14, from the urban poor households in 2014. It was a structured mentoring programme spanning over three months in collaboration with the schools. It aimed at incubating skills in the areas of leadership, teamwork, personality, behavioural traits and provided career guidance. It had a humble beginning in 2014 with a coverage of 50 students. Initially, IDF welcomed executives from the corporate sector as mentors. As there was a need to rapidly expand the scope of SLP to the other cities of India, IDF tied up with the graduate colleges and invited the students to be the mentors. The other objective behind this move was to create social awareness among the students from more affluent strata of society. IDF was able to dramatically increase the participation of the students through SLP by approximately up to 100,000 by 2020. However, rapid progress threw up multiple challenges. The teachers complained about the non-availability of the students for regular classes to teach the syllabus as the students were busy with SLP. The schools forced IDF to shorten the duration of SLP to two months. Also, many undergraduate mentors were unable to coach the participants due to lack of maturity and found wanting to strike a rapport with them. There was a shortage of corporate executives who volunteered for the mentoring, due to work pressures. Dr Narayan, CEO & National Coordinator and Ms Mallika Ramchandran, the project head of SLP at IDF, were worried about the desired impact of SLP on the participants and its sustainability due to these challenges. So, with the support of Dr Narayan, she initiated a detailed survey to assess the ground-level impact of SLP. The objective was to get clarity about what was working for SLP and what aspects needed to improve, to make the programme more effective. Overall feedback from the survey was very positive. The mothers had seen very positive changes in the participants’ behaviour post-SLP. The teachers had specific concerns about the effectiveness of undergraduate mentors. The need for a refresher course to inculcate ethical behaviour and the inadequacy of the two-month duration of the SLP to reinforce values were highlighted. Respondents also voiced the requirement to build responsible citizenship behaviours among the participants. Mallika was all for preparing a model to further enhance the effectiveness of SLP. Dr Narayan and Mallika embraced the challenge and they were raring to go to develop SLP as a cutting-edge leadership programme and to take it to new heights. Complexity academic level This case can be used in courses on human resource management in postgraduate and graduate management programmes. It can also be used in the general and development management courses and during executive education programmes to teach methodologies for evaluating the effectiveness of the training interventions, with emphasis on the voluntary sector. Supplementary materials Teaching notes are available for educators only. Subject code CSS 6: Human Resource Management.
Sustainable human resource management: six defining characteristics
Socially responsible human resource management and employee ethical voice: roles of employee ethical self‐efficacy and organizational identification, feasibility of implementing the human resource payroll management system based on cloud computing.
PurposeThe present study is descriptive research in terms of purpose, descriptive analysis in terms of nature and cross-sectional research in terms of time. The study’s statistical population includes all employees and managers of the China City Organization selected as sample members using random sampling method and Krejcie table of 242 people. The questionnaire was modified and revised based on the goals, tasks and mission of the target organization to collect information. In data analysis, due to the normality of data distribution, the structural equation modeling method is used to evaluate the causal model, reliability and validity of the measurement model. Evaluation and validation of the model are done through the structural equation model. Questionnaire-based model and data are analyzed using Smart PLS 3.0. The main purpose of this study is to assess the feasibility of implementing the human resource payroll management system based on cloud computing technology.Design/methodology/approachNew technologies require innovative approaches for creating valuable opportunities in an organization to integrate the physical flows of goods and services and financial information. Today, cloud computing is an emerging mechanism for high-level computing as a storage system. It is used to connect to network hosts, infrastructure and applications and provide reliable services. Due to advances in this field, cloud computing is used to perform operations related to human resources. The role, importance and application of cloud computing in human resource management, such as reducing the cost of hardware and information software in hiring, job planning, employee selection, employee socialization, payroll, employee performance appraisal, rewards, etc., is raised. This way, human resource management teams can easily view resumes, sort candidates and observe and analyze their performance. Cloud computing is effective in implementing human resource payroll management systems. Therefore, the primary purpose of this study is to assess the feasibility of implementing the human resource payroll management system based on cloud computing technology.FindingsTesting the research hypotheses shows that the dimension desirability of ability and acceptance is provided in dimensions related to the minimum conditions required to implement cloud computing technology in the organization. For this reason, the feasibility of implementing the systems based on cloud computing in companies must be considered.Research limitations/implicationsThis study also has some limitations that need to be considered in evaluating the results. The study is limited to one region. It cannot be assured that the factors examined in other areas are effective. The research design for this study is a cross-sectional study. It represents the static relationship between the variables. Since cross-sectional data from variable relationships are taken at a single point in time, they are collected in other periods. As a proposal, future researchers intend to investigate the impact of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems based on cloud computing.Practical implicationsThe research also includes companies, departments and individuals associated with systems based on cloud computing.Originality/valueIn this paper, the feasibility of implementing the human resource payroll management system based on cloud computing is pointed out, and the approach to resolve the problem is applied to a practical example. The presented model in this article provides a complete framework to investigate the feasibility of implementing the human resource payroll management system based on cloud computing.
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Effective Employee Engagement In The Workplace , Schrita Osborne, Mohamad S. Hammoud Walden University
Effective Employee Engagement In The Workplace , Schrita Osborne, Mohamad S. Hammoud
International journal of applied management and technology.
Disengaged employees typically cost U.S. corporations $350 billion annually. The purpose of this case study was to explore strategies that some communication business leaders use to engage their employees. The target population consisted of four communication business leaders in Jackson, Mississippi, who possessed at least 1 year of successful employee engagement experience. The self-determination theory served as the study’s conceptual framework. Semistructured interviews were conducted, and the participating company’s archived documents were gathered. Patterns were identified through a rigorous process of data familiarization, data coding, and theme development and revision. Interpretations from the data were subjected to member-checking to ensure …
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Leader Influence: A Research Review Of French & Raven’S (1959) Power Dynamics , Mary Kovach Miami University
Leader Influence: A Research Review Of French & Raven’S (1959) Power Dynamics , Mary Kovach
The journal of values-based leadership.
After reviewing nearly 70 years of research, this manuscript seeks to compile study results to better understand leader influence by employing French and Raven’s (1959) power dynamics. Divided into two categories (i.e. formal and informal), these five power dynamics include referent, expert, legitimate, coercive, and reward power. Each power dynamic is categorized accordingly and dissected between scholarly research and applicable workplace settings between supervisors (i.e. leaders) and employees. Behavioral outcomes from a subordinate standpoint are discussed, and this manuscript concludes that the power dynamic that characterizes different workplace relationships between supervisors and employees has significant effects on work productivity and …
Effectiveness Of A Four-Days/Eight Hour Work Week , Mayer Sng, Wei Jian Khor, Toshiaki Oide, Shaen Chatrawit Suchar, Brian Chin Kiat Tan Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Effectiveness Of A Four-Days/Eight Hour Work Week , Mayer Sng, Wei Jian Khor, Toshiaki Oide, Shaen Chatrawit Suchar, Brian Chin Kiat Tan
Introduction to research methods rsch 202.
This research paper explores the benefits of a four-day workweek that may affect productivity, self-satisfaction, and life expectancy. We will be using data on a country-wide scale from 25 first world countries over four continents. We will perform regression analysis to investigate the impact of a four-day workweek. The data will be collected using free and public sources published online like Our World In Data and Statista, which include GDP per capita, life satisfaction rate, human development index, and annual working hours. The results of our research and analysis will show how each independent variable will affect the dependent variable …
Scientific, Legal, And Ethical Concerns About Ai-Based Personnel Selection Tools: A Call To Action , Nancy T. Tippins, Frederick L. Oswald, S. Morton McPhail The Nancy T. Tippins Group, LLC
Scientific, Legal, And Ethical Concerns About Ai-Based Personnel Selection Tools: A Call To Action , Nancy T. Tippins, Frederick L. Oswald, S. Morton Mcphail
Personnel assessment and decisions.
Organizations are increasingly turning toward personnel selection tools that rely on artificial intelligence (AI) technologies and machine learning algorithms that, together, intend to predict the future success of employees better than traditional tools. These new forms of assessment include online games, video-based interviews, and big data pulled from many sources, including test responses, test-taking behavior, applications, resumes, and social media. Speedy processing, lower costs, convenient access, and applicant engagement are often and rightfully cited as the practical advantages for using these selection tools. At the same time, however, these tools raise serious concerns about their effectiveness in terms of their …
The Impact Of Employee Engagement On Job Performance And Organisational Commitment In The Egyptian Banking Sector , Dr. Maha Ahmed Zaki Dajani The British University in Egypt
The Impact Of Employee Engagement On Job Performance And Organisational Commitment In The Egyptian Banking Sector , Dr. Maha Ahmed Zaki Dajani
During the past two decades, employee engagement became a very popular managerial construct. Organisations use different engagement building tools in order to stay competitive and improve performance. Though there is an increasing contribution in human resource consulting agencies on the concept of employee engagement, yet there is a shortage of academic studies on that construct, especially in emerging economies countries. This engagement gap grew more in importance amidst the waves of ongoing recession and resource scarcity battles prevailing in the Middle Eastern Region, in general, and in Egypt in particular. This is an exploratory study that aims to identify the …
The Effects Of Computer And Information Technology On Education , Iwasan D. Kejawa Ed.D University of Nebraska - Lincoln
The Effects Of Computer And Information Technology On Education , Iwasan D. Kejawa Ed.D
School of computing: faculty publications.
In the society of ours, is it true really that computers and information technology have contributed immensely to the way we learn? After observing and reading various educational paraphernalia and scanning the environment research has shown that the educational systems have greatly been impacted by computers and information technology. With the growth of technology, the ways we learn have been improved tremendously. Innovative technologies have contributed to the innovation of learning in the education arena and outside. The traditional ways of conveying instructions to learners have been augmented with the use of computers information technologies. The educational system of our …
Employability Skills For 21st Century Stem Students: The Employers’ Perspective , Doreen McGunagle, Laura Zizka Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
Employability Skills For 21st Century Stem Students: The Employers’ Perspective , Doreen Mcgunagle, Laura Zizka
One of the goals of educational institutions is to prepare their graduates to be workplace-ready. The purpose of this paper is to identify the employability skills lacking in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) industry from employers' perspectives to assist STEM educational institutions in creating more relevant programs inclusive of employability skills.
This study addresses 16 job-specific skills based on data deriving from the responses of 250 Human Resource Managers (HRMs) who represent five manufacturing industries (Aerospace and Defense, Automotive, Consumer Products, Electronics and Industrial Manufacturing) located in five regions (Northeast, Midwest, Southeast, West-Mountain and Pacific) of …
Theranos: Case Study And Examination Of The Fraud Triangle , Abbey Jennings University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
Theranos: Case Study And Examination Of The Fraud Triangle , Abbey Jennings
Finance undergraduate honors theses.
Fraud is a serious issue which carries significant implications. Fraud committed by top level managers is particularly grievous, as it ripples through a firm, harming the company’s shareholders, employees, and credibility, while posing a threat to individuals and society (Zahra, et al.). A common framework in auditing, the fraud triangle, outlines three factors that if present, increase the risk or enable fraud to occur. The three factors are incentive, opportunity, and rationalization to commit fraud (Barlow).
In 2018, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charged Elizabeth Holmes, founder and CEO of a supposedly groundbreaking health tech company, Theranos, with what …
The Center Of Success: A Case Study On Hilton's Company Culture , Elsie G. Lamo California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
The Center Of Success: A Case Study On Hilton's Company Culture , Elsie G. Lamo
Experience industry management.
Company culture is an essential element to the success of any organization. This is especially true in the hospitality industry where positive employee experiences are vital to customer satisfaction. The purpose of this study was to examine the company culture of Hilton. Data were sourced primarily from Hilton websites, third-party websites, and academic articles. This study found that Hilton’s culture is shaped by compelling mission, vision, and value statements that drive every organizational aspect. Additionally, award-winning reward, recognition, and training programs sustain and reinforce a culture that grants Hilton a unique competitive advantage. To maintain market leadership, Hilton must continually …
Newcomer Adjustment During Organizational Socialization: A Meta-Analytic Review Of Antecedents, Outcomes, And Methods , Talya N. Bauer, Berrin Erdogan, Todd Bodner, Donald M. Truxillo, Jennifer S. Tucker Portland State University
Newcomer Adjustment During Organizational Socialization: A Meta-Analytic Review Of Antecedents, Outcomes, And Methods , Talya N. Bauer, Berrin Erdogan, Todd Bodner, Donald M. Truxillo, Jennifer S. Tucker
Business faculty publications and presentations.
The authors tested a model of antecedents and outcomes of newcomer adjustment using 70 unique samples of newcomers with meta-analytic and path modeling techniques. Specifically, they proposed and tested a model in which adjustment (role clarity, self-efficacy, and social acceptance) mediated the effects of organizational socialization tactics and information seeking on socialization outcomes (job satisfaction, organizational commitment, job performance, intentions to remain, and turnover). The results generally supported this model. In addition, the authors examined the moderating effects of methodology on these relationships by coding for 3 methodological issues: data collection type (longitudinal vs. cross-sectional), sample characteristics (school-to-work vs. work-to-work …
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2023 Community Bank Case Study Competition , Alivia Brewer 2024 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
2023 Community Bank Case Study Competition , Alivia Brewer
Study of Chambers Bank, located in Danville, Arkansas for the 2023 Community Bank Case Study Competition. This paper covers financial analysis, training and technology, as well as staffing.
2023 Community Bank Case Study Competition , Joseph Kelly 2024 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
2023 Community Bank Case Study Competition , Joseph Kelly
We studied a community bank in Danville, Arkansas named Chambers Bank. This was part of a 2023 Community Bank Case Study Competition, which illustrated the financial analysis, staffing, and training of the bank. We learned about technology implemented into the bank, and how the bank works with customers locally to ensure the best quality care.
New Dentists’ Most-Asked Legal Questions , Daniel Schulte JD 2023 Kerr Webber
New Dentists’ Most-Asked Legal Questions , Daniel Schulte Jd
The journal of the michigan dental association.
This feature addresses new dentists' most frequently asked legal questions, offering concise answers to guide them. Topics include licensing requirements, dental record maintenance, accommodations for hearing-impaired and non-English proficient patients, the enforceability of covenants not to compete, the necessity of written employment agreements, responding to bad dental work, reporting suspected abuse, prescribing drugs to friends and family, contract terms with dental plans, and handling suspected employee theft. The article emphasizes the importance of understanding legal aspects to navigate a dental career successfully.
Dentistry And The Law: Requiring Proof Of Adoption/Retaining Orthodontic Models , Daniel Schulte JD 2023 Kerr Webber
Dentistry And The Law: Requiring Proof Of Adoption/Retaining Orthodontic Models , Daniel Schulte Jd
In this Dentistry and the Law column, a dentist seeks guidance on handling a situation where racial differences between a child and an accompanying adult raised concerns during an examination, leading the dentist to request proof of adoption. The response clarifies that asking for proof of adoption is not illegal, citing relevant Michigan adoption statutes. The column advises adopting an office policy, emphasizing human trafficking training. Additionally, a dentist inquires about retaining orthodontic models and X-ray films. The answer recommends assuming orthodontic models are part of dental records, subject to a 10-year retention period. Patients can be given their models, …
Staff Matters: Holiday Celebrations That Engage And Appreciate Employees , Jodi Schafer SPHR, SHRM-SCP 2023 HRM Services
Staff Matters: Holiday Celebrations That Engage And Appreciate Employees , Jodi Schafer Sphr, Shrm-Scp
This Staff Matters column addresses a dentist's concerns about organizing inclusive end-of-year holiday celebrations for the staff. The response emphasizes the importance of recognizing diverse religious practices and fostering camaraderie. Suggestions include a themed recipe exchange, outdoor activities, community service, or involving staff in event planning. Emphasizing the need for initial guidance to align with goals, the column encourages inclusive celebrations that contribute to staff satisfaction, retention, and a positive workplace atmosphere.
December 2023 , 2023 American Dental Association
Every month, The Journal of the Michigan Dental Association brings news, information, and features about Michigan dentistry to our state's oral health community and the MDA's 6,200+ members. No publication reaches more Michigan dentists!
- A cover story on “New Dentists’ Most Asked Legal Questions”
- A case report on “Endodontic Therapy, Crown Amputation, and Soft Tissue Advancement to Treat a Hopeless Tooth”
- A feature “Be a Leader in Your Practice: What’s Your Style?”
- 2023 Author/Title Index to the Journal of the Michigan Dental Association
- News you need, a Guest Editorial and regular …
Endodontic Therapy, Crown Amputation, And Soft Tissue Advancement To Treat A Hopeless Tooth , Timothy Daws DDS, Thomas Bolten DDS, MD 2023 Clinical Endodontic Practice, Shelby Township MI
Endodontic Therapy, Crown Amputation, And Soft Tissue Advancement To Treat A Hopeless Tooth , Timothy Daws Dds, Thomas Bolten Dds, Md
Managing patients with a history of intravenous bisphosphonates and antiresorptive medications poses challenges in clinical decision-making. Extractions are generally discouraged in these patients due to the risk of medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (MRONJ). This case study presents an 89-year-old female with metastatic breast cancer on Xgeva, facing a non-restorable tooth (#30). A collaborative approach involving the general dentist, endodontist, and oral surgeon employed endodontic therapy, crown amputation, and soft tissue advancement, avoiding extraction. The technique, akin to coronectomy, mitigates MRONJ risk by preserving bone integrity. Follow-up assessments indicate successful treatment without complications, highlighting the efficacy of this approach in …
Mda Workforce Survey Results Are In: Answers And Opportunities , Eric Knudsen DDS 2023 Michigan Dental Association
Mda Workforce Survey Results Are In: Answers And Opportunities , Eric Knudsen Dds
This President's Message addresses critical workforce challenges in dentistry based on the Michigan Dental Association's (MDA) recent workforce survey. The survey identifies significant issues such as the shortage of dental professionals, wage stagnation, and the impact of retirement trends on the dental labor market. Findings indicate a need for immediate solutions, leading the MDA to develop initiatives targeting the return of registered dental assistants (RDAs) and registered dental hygienists (RDHs) to the workforce. The survey results emphasize the importance of competitive wages and desirable benefits to attract and retain dental staff. The MDA plans targeted advertising and free job postings …
Be A Leader In Your Practice: What’S Your Style? , William Chase DDS, MAOM 2023 Retired Clinician
Be A Leader In Your Practice: What’S Your Style? , William Chase Dds, Maom
In this Leadership Development feature, the author draws from a wealth of leadership experience in Rotary to explore the importance of leadership in dentistry. Emphasizing the need for self-evaluation through emotional intelligence, the article delves into five key aspects: self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills. The author introduces three leadership styles — Transformational Leadership, Situational Leadership, and Servant Leadership — highlighting their characteristics and benefits. Encouraging readers to adopt diverse leadership styles, the piece underlines the significance of effective leadership in dental practice, community engagement, and organized dentistry.
Is Competence Without Humility Wasted In Building The Trust Necessary For Knowledge Transfer In Younger/Older Worker Dyads? , Cara-Lynn Scheuer, Catherine Loughlin, Dianne Ford, Dennis Edwards 2023 Coastal Carolina University
Is Competence Without Humility Wasted In Building The Trust Necessary For Knowledge Transfer In Younger/Older Worker Dyads? , Cara-Lynn Scheuer, Catherine Loughlin, Dianne Ford, Dennis Edwards
Management and decision sciences.
Successful knowledge transfer (KT) between younger and older workers (YW and OW, respectively) is critical for organizational success, especially in light of the recent surge in employment volatility among the youngest and oldest segments of the workforce. Yet, practitioners and scholars alike continue to struggle with knowing how best to facilitate these exchanges. The qualitative study offers insight into this phenomenon by exploring how KT unfolds in YW/OW dyads. The authors performed a reflexive thematic analysis of semistructured interviews with two samples of blue- and white-collar younger/older workers from the USA (N = 40), whereby the authors interpreted the "lived …
Onboarding Program Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians - Summary , Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development 2023 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Onboarding Program Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians - Summary , Quality Improvement Center For Workforce Development
Other qic-wd products.
Onboarding The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI) is a federally-recognized tribe. The Family Safety Program (FSP) is the child welfare program that serves the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, under the tribal Division of Public Health and Human Services. FSP was established in 2015 with around 10 staff members and has grown to about 60 staff, all located in one office in Cherokee, North Carolina. Since FSP was a relatively new agency when they began working with the Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development (QIC-WD), turnover had not been a signficant problem, however, vacancies were a challenge. In October …
Frontline Job Redesign Louisiana - Summary , Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development 2023 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Frontline Job Redesign Louisiana - Summary , Quality Improvement Center For Workforce Development
The Louisiana Department of Children and Family Services (DCFS) Child Welfare Division (CWD) is a state-operated child welfare system. Louisiana has 64 parishes statewide organized into nine regions. The local parish offices provide child protective service (CPS), family services (FS), foster care (FC), and adoption services. CWD has approximately 1,500 employees including about 640 frontline caseworkers. In 2017, when Louisiana applied to become a QIC-WD site, CWD estimated its turnover rate across the state to be 24%, with one region having a turnover rate of 51%, while another had a turnover rate of only 8%. When DCFS started working with …
Frontline Job Redesign Louisiana - Prevention Worker Role Cards , Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development 2023 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Frontline Job Redesign Louisiana - Prevention Worker Role Cards , Quality Improvement Center For Workforce Development
Lists the different tasks given to types of prevention workers.
Prevention Worker Role Card CPS Investigative Planning Contact Reporter SAFETY-Form 5 within 15 days SDM-Initial within 30 days ACESS SHARED *Review Agency History (ACESS, FATS, SDM, TIPS, Cafe, OnBase, Case Record) Identification and contact information on relatives (Family Connections and Circle of Support) Collateral Contacts Court (Court letters & testify) Assess Safety (ongoing) and create safety plans, as needed Assess Family Functioning Assess Risk (SDM) Documentation of contacts and activities as well as engagement. * Home Visits with all Family members * Safe sleep discussions Assess need for prevention services …
Frontline Job Redesign Louisiana - Permanency Worker Role Cards , Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development 2023 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Frontline Job Redesign Louisiana - Permanency Worker Role Cards , Quality Improvement Center For Workforce Development
Court • Lead worker on Court Report and Testimony • Ensure the report is completed within 15 days and provide to TS • Complete TPR-2 for incarcerated parent Case Planning • Schedule FTM • Prep parents and team • Identify the service need and provide the TS with referral info • Consider transportation needs • Monitor behavioral changes in parent • Maintain communication with providers and collaterals Home Visits • Ensure length and location of visits allow for Quality Contact per Home Visit Guide • Visit Parents per SDM • Discuss Safety Threats & Conditions for Return • Contact Incarcerated …
Organizational Change Process Milwaukee - Summary , Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development 2023 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Organizational Change Process Milwaukee - Summary , Quality Improvement Center For Workforce Development
The Division of Milwaukee Child Protective Services (DMCPS) is a state-operated child welfare system and is the only county system in Wisconsin run by the state. The Division is housed under the Department of Children and Families and has just under 200 staff, including: administrative/managerial staff, initial assessment and access (hotline) frontline workers, and fiscal and operations support. In 2016, DMCPS had an external turnover rate of 37% and they applied to be a Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development (QIC-WD) site, with the goal of strengthening their child welfare workforce. When DMCPS started working with the QIC-WD, an Implementation …
Organizational Change Process Milwaukee - Site Intervention Logic Model , Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development 2023 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Organizational Change Process Milwaukee - Site Intervention Logic Model , Quality Improvement Center For Workforce Development
Each QIC-WD site developed a logic model to serve as a visual representation of their selected intervention. All logic models included four main components: inputs, activities, outputs, and outcomes. Collectively, these demonstrate the resource and actions required to implement the program, as well as the associated result of changes anticipated through implementation of the program. The hypothesized relationships are represented by the pathways connecting the listed activities and anticipated outcomes.
Organizational Change Process Milwaukee - Arc Principles Poster , Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development 2023 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Organizational Change Process Milwaukee - Arc Principles Poster , Quality Improvement Center For Workforce Development
1 All staff and administrative actions and decisions should be guided by a clear focus on the wellbeing of the children and families served. 2 Measure success by how much child and family wellbeing improves and use this data to drive decision-making and improvement. 3 Continually seek to be more effective, to eliminate barriers, and to foster change to improve the wellbeing of children and families. 4 Focus on relationships/networks in your organization, stakeholders, and family networks to affect child and family outcomes. 5 Get those with a stake (front-line staff) involved in key program decisions, solutions, and improvement efforts.
Addressing Work-Related Traumatic Stress Nebraska - Summary , Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development 2023 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Addressing Work-Related Traumatic Stress Nebraska - Summary , Quality Improvement Center For Workforce Development
Nebraska Division of Child and Family Services (DCFS) is a state-operated child welfare system. The Division is housed in the Department of Health and Human services and is divided into five service areas. DCFS has about 400 frontline child welfare workers (Child and Family Services Specialists or CFSS), 70 supervisors, and 15 field administrators. In 2017, DCFS had an annual turnover rate of about 30%. They applied to be a QIC-WD site with the goal of strengthening their child welfare workforce. When DCFS started working with the Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development (QIC-WD), an Implementation Team was established to …
Supportive Supervision And Resiliency Ohio - Summary , Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development 2023 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Supportive Supervision And Resiliency Ohio - Summary , Quality Improvement Center For Workforce Development
Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) is a state-led, county-administered child welfare system. Ohio’s 83 single-county agencies and two multi-county agencies are responsible for the delivery of child protective services and ongoing case management in Ohio’s 88 counties. In 2017, ODJFS had an annual turnover rate of about 27%. They applied to be a Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development (QIC-WD) site with the goal of strengthening their child welfare workforce. When ODJFS started working with the QICWD, a Workforce Implementation Team (WIT) was established to participate in a needs assessment process, determine an intervention, and support implementation. …
Supportive Supervision And Resiliency Ohio - Coaching To Support Resilience Chart , Quality Improvement Center for Workforce Development 2023 University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Supportive Supervision And Resiliency Ohio - Coaching To Support Resilience Chart , Quality Improvement Center For Workforce Development
➢ What makes you hopeful about participating in Resilience Alliance? ➢ What worries you? ➢ What is one thing you’d like to achieve as a result of attending Resilience Alliance? ➢ How will you manage competing demands to be able to fully participate? ➢ When you think about how the agency responds to stress now, what is one area you’d most like to see change? ➢ What opportunities do you see to participate in the change? ➢ What is one thing you that might prepare you for Resilience Alliance? ➢ How do you recognize emotional, physical, personal indicators? What triggers …
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- Journal of Applied Psychology This journal focuses on the applications of psychology research. This research journal is a good source for learning about the latest developments in cognitive, motivational and behavioral psychology and implications for the workplace.
- Journal of Applied Psychology [online] via ProQuest
- Personnel Psychology: a journal of applied research This scholarly journal has practical utility in that it centers on personnel psychology. The articles focus on the latest research on selection and recruitment, training, leadership, rewards, and diversity.
- Personnel Psychology [online] via Business Source Premier
- Academy of Management Journal This journal focuses on the management side of psychology. The articles are mainly theoretical. This journal would be a good resource for those researchers looking for new managerial theories and methods.
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- The Academy of Management Review This journal also focuses on management psychology. It is regarded as a top journal in its field and publishes theoretical and conceptual articles on management and organization theory.
- Journal of Management This journal publishes management and organizational studies articles that are centered on practical applications. This is a good resource for reading about new research on management in action.
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- Industrial Relations Industrial relations focus on the effect that labor unions, downsizing, and restructuring have on the workforce. This is a good academic journal with practical applications.
- Industrial Relations [online] via Business Source Premier
- Harvard Business Review Harvard Business Review is a cornerstone business journal that has practical applications for HR professionals. This is a great resource to find case studies and expert insights on business practices.
- HRMagazine This magazine is published by the Society for Human Resource Management. The articles are a great resource for HR professionals dealing with the most recent issues in the workplace.
- HRMagazine [online via ABI/INFORM]
- Workforce Workforce.org publishes this magazine that focuses on many topics within human resource management. The articles included are written by industry experts and academics. They are targeted to HR professionals in the workplace.
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