People Driven Organizations
When organizations were first formed they were largely people driven. Before we delve any further, it would be useful to first understand what being people driven really means. An organization basically required four types of inputs to function successfully viz -
A people driven organization is dependant on specific people for these inputs. For instance if only specific laborers have the skill to perform certain activities hat are required by a business, then those laborers are bound to team up and use the bargaining power to increase their wages.
An organization will be people dependant always i.e., it will need people to provide it with the inputs required. However, the idea is to create an organization that is not dependant on specific people. This means that if a laborer or a group of laborers decide to leave the organization, the organization should still be able to continue its normal operations without too much of a setback.
Also being people driven imposes certain limitations on the organizations which have been listed below:
- Business Process Management
- What is a Process ?
- Process Driven Organizations
- From People Driven to Process Driven
- Components of a Process
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