The Theoretical Implications of HR on a Growing Corporation
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[Excerpt] There seems to always be the issue of business size versus business agility. Time and time again businesses have fallen behind due to their sheer size, along with their inflated bureaucracies and their inability to further innovate. However, that does not necessarily have to be the case. Through strong human resource management, the corporation can grow and remain capable of advancing and innovating. Stronger worker coordination, creating entertaining competitions, and forming measures of inclusion for those who are added to the workforce allow an organization to be agile while growing.
HR Review; human resources; organization; culture; inclusion
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