Ulrichs HR business partner model, the Harvard Map of HRM, McKinsey's 7-S Model or the motivation theories of Herzberg or Maslow and many other analysis tools attribute to a successful HR management.
HR Business Partner
To lead, motivate and promote employees is the responsibility of a successful HR. The HR manager needs to not only be a mediator and strategic partner, but also an expert of and an advocate for the employees. As a business partner, HR should work closely with corporate management.
Corporate Management is People Management
The employees contribute significantly to the success of the company, as they are valuable, being listed as one of the seven corporate core variables in McKinsey's 7-S Model. A good HR representative must therefore not only select suitable people in the hiring process, but also keep capable employees in the company.
A number of models can support effective human resource management. For example the Two-Factor theory of Herzberg together with Maslow's Pyramid provides a comprehensive theory of human needs and motivations. This is called the Harvard Map of HRM which consists of four core areas of human resource management: employee influence, employees, payroll and work systems. In addition to these methods and models, a selection of other HRM theories can be found in this package of modern PowerPoint slides.
With the HR Management Templates, You Can
- lead your staff effectively and fairly
- resort to a range of HRM theories and models
- contribute to human resource development
PowerPoint Templates Include
- developmental stages of human resource management
- duties and responsibilities of an HR manager
- HR Profession Map of the CIPD
- HR Business Partner model by Ulrich
- Lewin’s 3-Phase model
- Culture of Empowerment model
- slides for high-impact talent management
- Harvard Map of HRM
- guests model of HRM
- Two-Factor theory of Herzberg
- Warwick model
- Fombrun model
- P-CMM (People Capability Maturity Model)
- McLagan's Human Resource Wheel
- Bridges' Transition model
- Senge's Learning Organization
- Hierarchy of Needs by Maslow
- VIE Theory (valence, instrumentality, expectation)
- Tuckman's Stages of Group Development
- *McKinsey's 7-S Model
- ADKAR model