BUSS358 Personnel Management
Question 1: Analyze why the Google has made such changes or has taken the initiative to change by considering their economic context and business model as well as the societal, cultural, and technical drivers they face.
Designing productive work (Google corporation) Creating flexible job descriptions that allows freedom to perform work tasks that fit their skills the best their skills and abilities Using teams to coordinate the work efforts of individual Reducing top-down organizational control Autonomy is key I often ask people, at our events, who should set targets – the manager or the member of staff. Most respond that they should do it together. My view has always been that if you can get individuals to set their own targets they will be likely to both set tougher goals and to be more likely to achieve them. Yvonne makes clear this is also the Google approach. Every quarter the corporate strategy is revealed for the next three months. “As a manager it is not your role to tell your people what they should be doing, rather its a bottom up process. Each Googler is expected to understand what the corporate objectives are and figure out how they contribute.” Within three weeks of the whole company objectives being set, every one of the 38,000 members of staff will set their own OKRs (Objectives and Key Results). Which means they each determine what they will be doing for the quarter. ( There is some points about part 2 thats already done and there some points)
Question 2: Now we need discuss about Google company Designing productive work (human resourse management) compared to Naver and Samsung Google VS Korean company( Naver and Samsung) Naver is a search engine like google, Samsung is very innovation oriented like google Address the practical implications of the changes being made for Korean companies in relation to their unique cultural background, work context, and business environments.
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