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PostSubject: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Mon Jul 07, 2008 4:28 pm

Make a reflection on this statement ..

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"
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PostSubject: Human beings are the most...   Mon Jul 07, 2008 8:32 pm

The HR department is the information center for the most important assets of any organization – the employees. (http://humanresources.about.com/od/new/Most_Recent_Articles_and_Site_Recommendations.htm).

Truly because they composed as the most essential aspect as the workforce of the company. And so, they are the most influential and critical resource of any organization. Yet maintaining a well-organized HR department is, I guess, the most tedious task to do. For manpower is the worst managed of all resources. Unlike documents and computers, people have their own minds, emotions, and principles, especially at work. You can't just tell them to shut up when they wanted to brag about the tons of officeworks you gave to them. Much more, they are a lot more than machines which can't voice out their grievances and just do exactly what you tell them to do. affraid

Echoing the words of Mr. Stephen G. Basilio, Chief Administrative Officer of our adopted company, NEDA XI, it's not impossible to have cases like that, especially if you are dealing with HUMAN resources. Knowing people, each has his/her own personality/character. They differ in their own ways. Much alike, they have also their own behavior at work - their skills/potentials, and how they perceive your instructions. One can't actually impose this or that kind of management style without taking into account the kind of people he/she is dealing with, particularly the behavior of his employees. study

For when you hire this person, it's not only the skills and abilities of this person which you needed in work and have to address with. It's an all-in-one package. Admit it or not, you have to deal with them professionally, AND personally. Leading a team is a difficult job. (Experience tells!) Cool You must first be a follower before you could win the hearts of your subordinates and earn their support. And you just can't put limitations to them. It's their human rights. And that's how hard it is to manage human beings. Rolling Eyes It's complicated.



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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Tue Jul 08, 2008 9:08 pm



“Human beings are the most important, potent, and critical resource if any organization yet the least understood and the worst managed of its own resources.” Razz

Man was created a dreamer: sculpted for towering ambitions and colossal aspirations. He is endowed with conscience and knowledge of good and evil, equipped with exceptional artistry, dexterity and talent. God gave the reason to cherish and relish his life to the fullest, to live in His presence with a community of harmony.

Man is genuinely the most important and potent factor in a fast, developing company and economy. For he/she is the basis of it all. He is the one who render the services an organization offers. He can manufacture any goods, or cook any food for a wedding reception, build houses, offices and large scale buildings for the organization, wields metals and precious gems into fine jewelry or he can make a program any software that can solve a complex equation with just a push of a button. Thus, human beings can virtually do everything and anything needed in a community. He is main building block or foundation of a business, for without man power no enterprise or institution can ever exists.

Yet, they are also the least understood especially when compared to a fully automated machine. A machine has no thoughts, no feelings and can work 24/7 without complaints on salary or about a company's crooked "benefits".Human beings need the right salaries, benefits and must be handled with respect, no matter what is his stature in life. He just can be oiled and cleaned like machines. He can get sick, he can choose to take a leave for a family reunion than work the whole day or she can take a maternity leave and leave all her work pilled up. We are working people yet we are also living a life outside the doors of our colossal offices.

Man, in spite of his knowledge, also needs to be taught, to be enhanced by his community and in his working place for him to be fully functional and useful for the company. Some companies forget to guide its employees in their development, thus the company tend to mismanage their "asset's resources".

Human beings have needs and rights that are sometimes overlooked by companies or institutions. When such needs and rights are trespassed, human beings tend to go on strikes or complain to the company owners. At these times, they are thought as pests who tarnishes the company's name and the people who were once called the company's assets are now called "liabilities".




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PostSubject: A REFLECTION   Tue Jul 08, 2008 11:14 pm

Human beings are the most important, potent and critical resource of an organization and yet…

An organization or company cannot stand without the resource needed to support and maintain it. In order for it to progress, there are lots of factors to consider. One cannot just easily build and invest a business without planning and gathering the resource. Some of these resources are money, materials, machines, and the most important of all, the manpower. These resources are very significant and should be taken cared of and be maintained and properly managed because if lost, the company will suffer. That is why in every corporation or company, there is a manager, it is his responsibility to make sure that all the resources are in good state and are properly managed.

Among all these resources, it is said that human beings are the most important, potent and critical. But sadly, human beings too are the worst managed and least understood. And what makes it so sad is that it is also man who abuses and uses his fellow man and managed him not properly. Sometimes, we have to believe that men of power make the life of the people below them. This may not applicable to all but when you are aware of the voice of the workers; it only speaks of one thing: Give us value. Why are they demanding this? Because they don’t feel that the person s of high authority manage them properly .Because they see the unfair situation between employees and employers. Because they understand that sometimes, they are only being used for a purpose but in times when they need the help of the company, it cannot give a hand to them. This is a fact and this is happening today. Most of the organizations and compares are very much interested and concerned in taking care of the equipments, materials and tools, in counting the profit of the company but they failed to give value to the most important tool for the success of the company. Sometimes, they do not recognize or they just missed to recognize the importance of manpower in the organization.

How important manpower is? The answer is raising the word important to the power of infinity and that’s how important a man is. Equipments cannot function without man to operate it. It is man power who can bring the company to success and it is also man who can put it to failure. That is why man is also called the most critical resources of all. And it is sad to think that employers do not realize this often.

This is the reason why men are crying for their rights. Their request is just simple, “Mange us well, give us value, treat us like humans, not just a tool for the company”. This is the major reason why we see people marching on the streets. They represent those resources that are not properly managed. Although sometimes, it is being guided by people of powers too, whose main agenda is to destroy the competitor? But the main root of all these things is just one: the workers who are not properly managed. If only companies realize the value of man in their organization…

Human beings are the most important, potent and critical resource of an organization and yet… the least understood and the worst managed of its own resource.
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PostSubject: ...RefLectiOn...   Wed Jul 09, 2008 12:36 pm

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources" Sad

Basically, HRM defines the people as the "essential part" of any organization, relate that to our body,its the heart. Human are born with unique and hidden talents from within. God created each individual to become a defined quality of his own work. Likewise in an organization.

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical resource of any organization". Like what i have just stated, people is the heart of an organization. Without human, who will do the job and who will think for the organizations future. Critical resource? Because not everyone is acquiring the same mind or talents as of the other. Not all are given the cahnce to be put up in a certain org, or not all are qualified to become such specific position, but anyone are qualified to become. Back to the real part. Human are ofcourse important in such a way that they are the one manipulating or doing such event inside a company. There the one who the company is needing in such case that a company can't work on its own without an employee, such as a leader can be called a leader if he/she doesnn't have what we he/she called a member.

But why is it that it is least understood and worst managed of its resource? Because, those being who belong to the lower of an organization established of having the feeling as being taken for granted. No one would like to listen to there part or mostly there being manipulated or managed harshly by those people on the higher positions. There are also some cases that there benifits and insurance are being taken away from them. They are being abused in such ways. There talents and skills are only limited to the job there up to. Some are being treated as if they were paid regularly or as if they were slaves on one's eye.

For this time, I believed that many of us dreamed to have the work that really suites for us. But for those who are desperately wanting to have a job, "kapit sa patalim kumbaga". Ofcourse indeed that we facing less job opportunities but on the later part, lets just think for whats right. Facing the world is not a committed mistake, but hiding on a shelf without properly taken care of is the biggest mistake a man coud ever gone for himself.. Cool


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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Wed Jul 09, 2008 5:35 pm

In any organization HUMAN BEINGS are the most important, potent, and critical resource of any organization.


IMPORTANT - Since human is one of the investments of a business organization, aside from money. Remember an employee and a customer are both Human.(^_^)


POTENT - Human beings, being an employee of a company is the most effective tool in increasing the profit of the company.


CRITICAL - Finding as well as hiring the "proper" employee of a specific position is quite hard, no, I should say very crucial.

Yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources.


Least Understood → Some companies don't really understand their employees. In the sense that the employees are not given a proper attention, such as unfairly giving opportunities for an employee to improve.


Worst Managed → Employees as well as customers are the basic components for an organization to improve yet they are managed unjustly. Some companies manage their customers as if they are not customers, you know, as if they are taken for granted. Gee..I experienced that! I think employees do that (the cruel thing) to customers since their boss' also do that to them.


In a nutshell, managing human should be the great concern of the Boss' for their organization to progress.^^
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PostSubject: assignment#6   Thu Jul 10, 2008 7:06 pm

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"

Human beings are one of the most important and most essential component in an organization. Important in the sense that with the human labor force, an industry could generate its functions from the simplest clerical jobs to the critical chairman of the board. It is potent, in the sense that corporations look for a skilled labor force armed with talents and mind for innovation. It is the key for the success of the industry if it is well-managed. pig
Human beings are critical to handle because man has his own free will. Man is molded with norms that guide him in decision making. When he is tasked to do something, he would consult it to what he think is right and wrong. Aside from that, man look on his job description, he won’t do any task he ought not to do, when mishandled he would certainly protest and demand for his own good and right. study

But on the other hand, human beings are the least understood and worst handled resources because leaders do not look forward to the welfare of their labor force. What they look forward to is the profit they could get. Employees are neglected most of the time, their rights and privileges are set aside and most of the time abused,without even realizing that without the human labor force, no industry will ever survive.. scratch




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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Thu Jul 10, 2008 11:27 pm

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"Question

Yes, I agree with this statement. For we people are the most vital factor an organization possesses. Without us an industry could not process and manage well. We are the "gem" of the company as they said. But why is it that we are still taken for granted? They always say that human beings are the cores of an organization, the cream of the crop. However, human beings are still ignored and misunderstood. They just give us less attention and priority. With this scenario an industry had, even of we are the most important resource, still we are the one who could destroy or pull down the success of an organization. So let's change this never-ending cycle. Instead of ignoring these resources, they must give priorities enough for us. They should take good care of these resources and nurture it for the attainment of a great success ahead. Razz
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PostSubject: Reaction   Fri Jul 11, 2008 11:17 am

Yes human beings are the most vital element of any institution yet it is neglected and not given enough importance. Sad but true, (like in our school). I think other institutions give less attention to this matter because they feel that machines are more important than human beings, well its not true because humans are the ones who create and control machines, without humans machines are nothing. Human resource is a vital part of any institution, as what Mr. Jethro shared to us, "A company can not survive without its Human Resource". Human resource is the workforce of a company and it should be given importance. Institutions should prioritize their HR because this element is a factor that bring a company to success.
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PostSubject: ASSIGNMENT 6   Sat Jul 12, 2008 7:10 pm

" Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of an organization,and yet the least understood and the worst managedof its resources"

Human beings are the most important, potent and critical in the organization it is because the human beings are the responsible for the success of an organization even if an organization lacks machineries, if the employess are hardworkers, honest, and resourceful the organization has a bigger chance in succeeding in the competitive business world.

Human beings are the least understood because every human has a distinctive character and opinions, and maybe that is the reason why it is least understood and managed.
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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Sun Jul 13, 2008 1:08 am

" Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of an organization,and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources."

How can an organization stand without human beings? Yes, it's definitely true that human beings are the most important, potent and critical resource of an organization. An organization is composed of people, these people are responsible why an organization was made and why it's still alive.

World is in a constant change, and people also do. As time pass by, we people also undergo changes and one of these changes is our attittude. There are times that we became so moody that it affects our perfomance and the relationship we have with others, in here applies the truth that human beings are least understood and the worst managed. Each of us are unique, we have our own opinions, ideas and different personalities that sometimes causes conflict.

Human beings are the best and worst part of an organization...
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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Sun Jul 13, 2008 1:44 am

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"

Q: What is a human being?Question Question
A: A natural resource.IdeaIdea
Q: What is a natural resource?Question Question
A: A basic ingredient of all organization.IdeaIdeaIdea
Q: Who is the basic ingredient of all organization?Question Question
A: The human being. IdeaIdeaIdea

It is noticeable that above conversation only moves in one cycle, human as resource and resource is human.
A company, corporation or organization needs human resources to manage, develop, control and administer their businesses. Even if technological advancement and innovative systems are present today, its still needs a man to administer and manage this device.
But this potentiality, capability and creativity of man are mostly neglected, least understood and worst managed. The organization must take good care of their human resources for they benefit so much on the great labors of their employees. They should give incentives, compensation and good wage on their employees. In unity their is strength, if the employer and employee have give and take relationship to achieve best result and success of the organization.


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PostSubject: human beings   Mon Jul 14, 2008 8:41 pm

As humans, we are considered as the highest form of life. We have the power over all creations. Relating to the company, humans have the power to lift or destroy it. Since human is a complex being, it is least understood, and often taken for granted by the administration. As the demands of these workers increases, the benefits remained unchanged resulting to poor human resource management. In short,

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"
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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Mon Jul 14, 2008 8:54 pm

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"

Humans are an organization's greatest assets; without them, everyday business functions such as managing cash flow, making business transactions, communicating through all forms of media, and dealing with customers could not be completed. Humans and the potential they possess drive an organization. Thus, they are considered the flesh and blood of an organization that runs through the entire system of a company.

Although a lot of machines came out of the markets today that does the things workers usually do, it's still useless without human intervention. So no matter how "high tech" and modernized companies are nowadays, humans are still far more important than anything else in a company.

But yet, they're also considered the least understood and the worst managed of its resources. This is due to the person's complexity. Human beings differ from each other in really a lot of aspects. They have different beliefs, ways , means, culture, nature, language, etc.

Take for example management systems originally formulated in American culture which are also being implied in Philippine corporates, e.g. call centers, which involves team-based coaching strategies. A team is comprised of several agents working at performance indicators based on individual inputs. Say, an agent was not able to comply with the standards and naturally affects over-all team performance. This prompts for the team manager to concentrate on the less performing agent through coaching strategies; side-by-side; performance bays,and constant monitoring. This may perhaps work by pressuring the agent to perform better, however, given the cultural difference, which means,Filipinos are more sensitive on their performance- either it prompts them to be more of an achiever,or it stresses their pride. Oftentimes this results to absenteeism,or low attrition rates which leads to termination. In this way, human beings are misunderstood and mismanaged by it's resources.

Still, the backbone of any successful company is the human beings working in it,and without them, the company is doomed for failure.


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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Mon Jul 14, 2008 11:12 pm

Human beings are of utmost important in any corporations or companies and it is a vital instrument of success compared to machines. Machines are fast in calculations, but they only obey a certain commands and they will only follow the instructions of the smarter beings, namely, the human beings. Unlike machines, human beings are miles smarter due to following our instincts of what's right and what's wrong - which is also considerably the negative aspect of it. Human beings follow what they think is right and what they think is wrong so no matter how much you give instructions to them, they can be quite unpredictable. Another reason why human beings are hard to manage within a corporation is due to the fact that they have what we commonly call as "feelings" unlike machines.

We human beings need to have a comfortable work environment to give our best but if a corporate can't comply to that, human beings can go against them. Machines follow instructions without complaining but that's the worst scenario of it - they will follow a management without thinking whether it is the right decision or not. Unpredictability and proper accomodation is the reason why human beings are hard to deal with.
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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Tue Jul 15, 2008 2:25 pm

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"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"

Human beings, as the flesh and blood of an organization, are the most vital resources of any organization. For without humans, there would be no companies, organizations, corporations, etc. Humans are the most flexible of all resources because we can be put anywhere and can adapt to changes. However, because humans have their individuality, their own characteristics and personalities, we are the least understood. We are not stationary objects that do not change over time. We constantly undergo changes so something that works for us now(i.e. our daily routine) might not work for us anymore in the future.

In companies, humans are not flat characters. Even in a company, we evolve. Since humans also manage other humans, it is impossible to attain a management system that works for everybody. Being the heart of an organization, we are the most abundant resource as we are the ones who run the company or organization. This abundance is what makes us the most susceptible or prone to abuse. The way I see it, since we are the greatest in number, our value as individuals decreases. Crying or Very sad

Thus, the statement above hit the bull's eye when it comes to managing human resources. What a Face For, as humans, we have freewill, something that can't be controlled by anyone else but ourselves. cheers

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PostSubject: A Reflection about..   Tue Jul 15, 2008 3:08 pm

Human beings are the most important, potent and critical resource of an organization
and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its own resource. bounce

A certain organization or multinational company cannot stand without human as their workforce and some resources to maintain and improve it. Man is the soul and the brain of the organization since he/she is responsible in making the company to become a successful one. Without them, the company cannot meet the expectations needed for it to be called a competitive organization.

Man is generally the most important potent and critical resource of a progressing company since he is the one who improve and deliver the services the company presents to the global market. He certainly makes all the necessity needed by the consumers in the society. On top of that, they emphasize the importance of quality control for
the goods and services provided by the organization. But unfortunately, human being is the least understood and the worst managed. Why is this so? It’s because there are times that those men working in a lower rank treated unequal by others. They don’t
give importance to those who worked hard for the success of the organization. Sometimes it leads to some protest, shouting their grievances for a reason that they are improperly managed. It would be a lot better if employees treated similarly regarding method of payment, recording starting and finishing times and work leave.

Employers must provide employees with much more information about the operation in the workplace. Thus making the employees more useful for the
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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Tue Jul 15, 2008 4:31 pm

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization,
and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"
[A Reflection]
Human beings are complex.
In every way.
Whether in terms of anatomy, behaviour, beliefs,relationships etc.
WE ARE COMPLEX.
Human beings have a lot of things to consider in short.
This is the reason why human beings are the least understood as a resource.

In terms of being managed,

Some organizations which only focus and concentrate
on building profits and are so caught up in making money,
tends to disregard their worker's rights and benefits..
this are results of abuse of power and authority..
which makes the human resource very prone to mishandling.

but fortunately, most companies nowadays know better.

Inspite of it all,
I agree and believe on the statement
that human beings is still
the most important factor in an organzation.
People still are the one who build the concepts, strategy
and above all
People are the ones who can and only understand its own kind
which make it potent and critical in an organization
and this is also the reason
why people can never be replaced by machines. (^_^)
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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Wed Jul 16, 2008 11:43 am

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization,
and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"



A company or organization cannot stand without a human beings who plays an important role. Man is the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization because they are the one who are working. Humans have a highly developed brain, capable of abstract reasoning, language, introspection, and emotion. Humans are notable for their desire to understand and influence the world around them, seeking to explain and manipulate natural phenomena through science. This natural curiosity has led to the development of advanced tools and skills. Since we are high-tech right now, they also have the knowledge on new technologies and capable to manipulate a big machines. New technologies today are one of the main reasons why companies today become more productive and competitive. But, machines don't have a "heart" who cannot feel and only follows instructions without knowing if it is a good or bad decision.

Man can give their best to cooperate and to achieve the goal of a company and success of an organization.
They are unpredictable because we, humans have different characteristics, beliefs and personalities. cyclops cyclops

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PostSubject: Assingment #6   Wed Jul 16, 2008 11:45 am

" Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources "

I agree that human beings are the most resource of any organizations. Human beings are so unique and potent because they have the ability to make tools and ability to formulate solutions for the organization to continue to grow and succeed. Human beings bring their character, their ethics, their creativity, and their social connections to an organization and these fields can put up or put down an organization depending on the goodness or badness of these fields. Human beings use to build trust, identity cheaters and free riders, and cooperate within and across an organization for the good, welfare, and success of it.

On the other hand, few organizations have perceived human beings as “commodities”. Because of this controversial view, unscrupulous businessmen have abused human beings as their employees. This echoes the general theme of converting human beings to “human commodities” and thus greatly diminishing human beings’ value to society and organization. I can say that human resources in the Philippines is one of the worst-managed human resources. Some causes of this problem are overpopulation, corruption in government, and political instability. And, worst-managed human resources in the host country lead to human trafficking, lack of employment, and economic disparities.

Humans and the potential they possess drive an organization to greatness. In order to achieve this goals, human beings’ potential—individuals' capabilities, time, and talents—must be managed and cultivated by any organizations through human resource management. With just compensation and benefits, proper training and development, right employee and labor relations, good safety and health for employees as human beings, there would be no least-understood and the worst-managed human resources. ♠♣♥♦



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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Wed Jul 16, 2008 12:35 pm

"Human beings are the most important potent and critical,resource of any organizations,and yet the least understood and the worst managed resources"

Idea Idea Idea Human beings are the people living here on earth.And why we are here it's because of our purpose.We are created by God in His likeness and image.And we are send here to take take care of what He was created.God gave us the all the things of what a person comprises and composes according to His will.Especially the mind to be smart enough how to handle things proper.Moreover, to be responsible enough to manage all the resources that takes part of this world.Most especially in an organizations where the people should have the capability in making a useful plan in order for it to be a competitive one.Because an organization cannot stand alone unless with the presence of a human being whose gonna be the one to manipulate.And human beings have collectively become one of the most potent forces here on earth.But seems nowadays,the challenges and difficulties that each one of us facing now become more complicated.And no other one to blame but also the people themselves.We are all aware of that situation.Nobody can deny the truth.And we also know that we have different personality so why just understand each other.The only problem with us people is that we make a small problem become worst.That's why we are also the worst managed resources here on earth.As a human being,given the critical mind to settle things out should be responsible enough to understand things in order to avoid trouble.Even ourselves don't know how fix problem well.And managing a resources is not an easy work to do.So, people should cooperate to make an organization worthwhile. Exclamation


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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Wed Jul 16, 2008 4:24 pm

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"


Human beings are the building blocks of any organization, without it, nothing will work. We are the highest form of individual who was gifted with free will, intellect, emotion and capability to adapt changes. In HRM, we learned that we are the most valuable asset in a company. We can bring it in success and can totally destroy it.

We are not like machine. We have our own needs, rights, emotion and limitations. We ought to have insurance to ensure our health, demand for salary for living, seek leave in case of emergency, have our own rights that needs to be respected and for these reasons we are being least understood and worst managed. Sometimes our rights and needs are being neglected. Unlike machine we are capable to complaint in unrighteous management, unlawful activities and any other irregularities. Yet, we are the meat of the company we are capable to adopt any changes, can function without supervision and many more for the benefits of the company.

The success of a company is within itself. Proper management, supervision and development to its resources especially the "Human Resources" is advised.
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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Wed Jul 16, 2008 7:38 pm

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"

Arrow I agree on the statement above that human being is the most important potent and critical resource of any organization because human is the greatest creation of God. He gives us knowledge to create any kind of things that we want. Above all of the creations human beings are chosen by our Almighty to take care of the resources and to manage it.

Idea Relating to the company, we human is the most important resources because we can handle, build up, improve and yet can destroy the company. Human can make the organization or company became successful. Without human there will be no company that will exist nor no company will stand out without. The success of a certain company will depend on the workers around it. scratch

However, we human are the least understood and the worst managed of its resource. They are several companies that their employees are taken for granted nor they don’t give value with their employees. Many cases that employees are being abuse and degrade their rights us individual. There are also other companies that are more interested and concerned with their machineries rather than their employees.

Human being plays as the most important resources among others resources. It should be the first and main priority of any organization. I hope that all the leaders of any organization or company will recognized the importance of their employees before it’s too late. Exclamation
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PostSubject: Reflection   Wed Jul 16, 2008 10:46 pm

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"

In my own opinion about the quote above, human beings are the most important, potent and critical resources in an organization because they are the ones who work and make the company grow. And because of that, the status of the company lies in their hands. That’s how important human beings are in an organization.

But even though they are important resources in an organization, they are also the least understood and the worst managed. Why? For me, I think they are least understood because human beings in an organization have different attitudes. We don’t know their real colors. Also, sometimes there moods change. This can affect their work and their relationship with other workers. And maybe also this is the same reason why they are the worst managed of the organization’s resources. That's why human beings should be managed well.

That’s how crucial the part being played by the human beings in an organization.
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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Wed Jul 16, 2008 10:52 pm

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization,
and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"


I strongly agree that Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization. why?? because As human beings we know that we are God's greatest and best creation. We are the highest form of mammals because we can speak, write,think and we possess a lot of characteristics compare with the other creatures in this world. In other words, man are mentally gifted.And with these wonderful gifts of God, it is said that we, humans are the most valuable asset in a business oraganizations. We are the key for the success of a company and yet has the power destroy it. Without human, definitely theres no existence of any business organizations .Or should i say, no company will exist. Therefore, the success of a certain business organizations will depend on the workers and the people around it. Smile Smile Smile
However, it is said that human beings are least understood and the worst managed in a company . It is because some business organizations abuse the capability of humans to run their company. Sometimes, they treat humans as machines without thinking that humans do get tired. In contrast, sad to say, human sometimes are taken for granted because they are being replaced with the modern technology. Therefore, human beings are sometimes neglected and left out. (how sad...) Sad Sad Sad
To sum it up, humans play a very important role in a business organization.Therefore, every company must take good care of them and respect their rights not only because they are intellectually gifted but because they too have their hearts. cheers cheers cheers


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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Wed Jul 16, 2008 11:03 pm

“Human beings are the most important, potent and critical resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources.”


What is a school without teachers or students, a business without customers and a company without a workforce? Any organization will not exist without human resources because they are the ones who create and run the organization. They are responsible for a company’s survival or sometimes, a reason for its downfall. Employees know what is best and what is bad for the company compared to advanced technology that does not have its own knowledge and is not capable of decision-makings.

However, now that we are living in a world where most companies use advanced technology to develop efficiency in their employees’ work, there is little or no importance given to them. Because of these advanced technology, companies depend more on machines and softwares that replaces some responsibilities of their employee that is why, there is less need for manual labor. There is an advertisement from a telecommunication company that endorses the use of internet and other communication devices and softwares that is capable of doing human work and saying “Iwas hassle, iwas errors”. Furthermore, too much dependency to these machines and softwares, human resource mismanagement is visible in the companies like for example, when computer systems crash down, databases that contain the even then most confidential records of their employees or of the company could be lost. Aside from the decrease of manual labor and mismanagement, there exists union busting which is rampant because they treat unions as threats to the company. Moreover, there is deprivation to the employees’ rights like for example, they suffer from force labor but they receive very low salary, others are working overtime but they do not receive overtime payments, these are the situations of most workers and other people living below the poverty line. Lastly, there are delays in giving non-wage benefits for those working or retired employees especially nowadays that corruption is lurking everywhere and which is made easy by using modern technology.

There is nothing wrong with using technology in our daily lives but we must remember that there is more important resource than technology, HUMAN BEINGS.

Exclamation “We may think that technology is our friend, but sometimes it is not”.
Exclamation “Machines do not have feelings, but human beings do”.
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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Wed Jul 16, 2008 11:59 pm

Yes its true that "Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization” since human beings are the very important for the company to succeed and because they all have the knowledge to put the company down, “and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources" because human beings are complex.
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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Thu Jul 17, 2008 4:24 am

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"


;b "HUMAN BEINGS" ;b
.-.most important resource of any organization.-.
.without humans there will be no organization..
.-.most potent resource of any organization.-.
.the most strong and effective both physically and mentally..
.-.most critical resource of any organization.-.
.people containing comments and opinions that analyzed or judge something..

..-and yet the least understood-..
.people got different perceptions.
.people got basis in everything.

..-and the worst managed of its resources-..
.they cannot be managed exactly according to what we want
simply because humans are broad thinker, smart and are realistic nowadays.


--to sum it up, everything was/is created by God in his will but humans manages it!.--

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PostSubject: human being   Thu Jul 17, 2008 6:21 am

“Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources.”


In my own perceptions, we, as a human being have a highly developed brain, capable of abstract reasoning, language and emotion. It means we are gifted on knowledge, talents and skills to do everything. And we are created by God for the purpose of our very important role which is to manage and take care of everything that he also created here on earth. In short, we are born to be as a manager…lol! that’s why we are the very important species among all.

In like manner, the same as to any organizations, we as a human are important and potent because we are one of a kind. We are the only one who has the power to build, manipulate, and develop anything or everything especially in the company in terms of its success and failures and especially on any technologies that we have. We are critical especially on the hiring and firing process. And of course, we are resource of any organization because of our quick-wittedness in mastering a difficult situation. Smile

On the other hand, we as human being are also define as least understood and worst manage because of our uniqueness as an individuals and differences especially in skills, personalities, beliefs and characteristics that we must tend to consider, understand, sympathize or appreciate in order for us to have a good communications and good relationships with other people, our constituents, colleagues or co-workers. But in some instances, because of those differences, others may not understand it. Because they have a hard time to adjust with it and as well as, they come to the point that they use to discriminate and treat other people not so well or unfairly. And it is not only usually seen on the employees but also onto the customers. Crying or Very sad

In this highly competitive world of today, the one thing that separates the great companies from the mediocre ones is customer satisfaction and loyalty. However, customer satisfaction isn't always about pleasing the customers. Sometimes, it's about pleasing the people you put on the front line - your employees. The employees are the day-to-day representatives of any firm, and if they do not share the goals and visions of the company they work for, it shows to the customers. Rolling Eyes

It's a simple corporate philosophy to follow - if you treat your workers well, your workers will feel better about their company and will represent the company favorably, which eventually leads to the customers being treated better. Razz

So therefore, workers who are treated nicely will respond to their company's attitudes by treating their customers well. Hence, in return, the company will have the loyalty and satisfaction of the very customers they were trying to attract in the first place. Very Happy


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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Thu Jul 17, 2008 9:01 am

We all know that man is the most important factor in terms of resources, talents potential and knowledge when it comes to a developing a company. The people is the one rule or govern a company or any organization that needs to be managed. By ruling on it, it needs man skills and talents for it work.

It means to say people or human beings are the most powerful in terms of managing an organization but why is it, it's least understood and worst managed of its resources? Because for me in an organization the position is not equal, there is powerful and powerless in which they think they are not important, they are just following orders and some think this is for their survival that's why they belong to a company. People who have less power feel isolated and thinks that he/she has a greater idea but can't raise it to the leader because he/she thinks he/she has no right and sometimes they are taken for granted. Other reasons are workers can't do their best in working because of low salary, benefits are not fit and authorized people are not guiding their workers and even give some incentives for those people worked well.

People are the center or vital in an organization and it should be handle with care.
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PostSubject: human beings and the org...   Thu Jul 17, 2008 9:12 am

lol! I would never contradict on this well-defined status of human beings: lol!

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"


Like a Star @ heaven Though given the power and ability to govern over any other creatures, yet never did consider himself as the most powerful RESOURCE. Yes, human beings as the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, still least understood and worst managed since they seemed MAXIMIZING ITS SCOPE OVER EACH OTHER.

Like a Star @ heaven I do believe, and it is really obvious, that an organization can never stand without human resources involved. Bear in mind that proper management of human resource would lead to any organizations goal. But, it is so sad to know that the strongest resource-the human resource- is understood to its lowest sense.

Like a Star @ heaven I found an interesting article related to this topic. It was asked- "What are human beings . . .?" And then, to which query, an array of answers was given. A human is:

Razz An animal
Razz A physico-chemical being
Razz A creature occupying a small place in space and time
Razz One of the extraordinary diversity and profusion of living forms
Razz Highest form of life
Razz A creature at the highest level of animal development characterized especially by a highly developed brain.
Razz Occupant of an infinitesimally small body in the solar system

Like a Star @ heaven Notice that one of the answer states that human beings are characterized by a highly developed brain. Because of that highly developed brain, human beings are considered as a human capital. See? Human being is a great capital in any organization! Therefore, it should be managed and understood to its broadest sense.


PS: "What are human beings Question " is the question that arises when we struggle with life and find no purpose and meaning.Crying or Very sad Crying or Very sad

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http://campus.houghton.edu/orgs/rel-phil/schultzweb/HUMAN_BEINGS
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_capital




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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Thu Jul 17, 2008 10:00 am

Human beings, as they say, is the highest form of life. And that is true, based on my opinion as well as what i have read about man. True, for we are able to reason and do things greater than the rest of all living things.


Because of this, man had become the most important driving force in the success of an organization. Basically, human beings are the ones who are managing the organization in the first place. They can make or break an organization. They render almost every services needed in order for an organization to be competent. Without man, there will be no organization or a company at all.

But also because of this, man has become the least understood and the worst managed resource in an organization. Why? for man is and always be taken for granted. In addition to that, there are inequalities in the position in an organization. Some may be higher than the others, while some are on the bottom part.Not only that, the rights and benefits of a man in an organization may not be given properly.

Human Beings should always be given a priority in an organization for they are the best resource in an organization.
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PostSubject: Reflection   Thu Jul 17, 2008 10:39 am

Absolutely! They composed the most essential aspect as the workforce of the company. And so, they are the most influential and critical resource of any organization. Yet maintaining a well-organized HR department is, I guess, the most tedious task to do. For manpower is the worst managed of all resources. Unlike documents and computers, people have their own minds, emotions, and principles, especially at work. Much more, they are a lot more than machines which can't voice out their grievances and just do exactly what you tell them to do.

Sometimes, human are they are the most neglected not knowing that they are the most important resource which can make or break a company. Industries are more focused on technologies especially on improving it for a better service but missed out the significance of the people using or manipulating the technologies. We admit the fact that we can't move or do much without technologies. But what is it without humans? That is why human resource has a vital part of a company and without them institution can't survive. We should give much attention to people(human) as an important resource especially on hiring them because it's not only the skills and abilities of this person which you needed in work and have to address with. It's an all-in-one package. you have to deal with them personally.

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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Thu Jul 17, 2008 10:41 am

“Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources.”

We, humans, are said to be the most intelligent animal ever created on this planet. Thus, making us the most important creature by God on earth.

The quote itself explains its meaning. Human beings on whatever organization are badly needed because workforce creates and manages the organization itself. Without the people in it, the company will be nothing. The people of such company are the reasons of its development and progress. These people think, manage, controls, and hold the innovation and revolution of certain industry. These people may either cause bad or good to the company.

However, some companies provide less importance to these supposedly most valued assets in an organization. At this time, the rights and privileges of the people are being abused and manipulated in which is not right. Head officers should be aware of these rights so that the people would be well motivated when it comes to their work.

People have different personalities and this difference may cause conflicts to your other co-workers. The Human Resource Management Department in a certain company provides the certain necessities to avoid disagreement in an organization. This is to make the people in a company be understood and managed well by its employers and co-employees.

Human beings are indeed the most important, potent and critical resource of any organization and by a good Human Resource Management Department, these people may be more understood and become the best managed of its resources.


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PostSubject: hmMm.&#9829;   Thu Jul 17, 2008 10:43 am

bounce Human beings are the most important, potent and critical resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources.


We. Human beings, made that we so called organization. Without us, it would be nothing. Naturally, we are powerful and strong. And most often we tend to criticize everything around us.

We are so hard to please. Even if some are not, but, generally, we dont agree on something easily. We find ways to argue and oppose over something.

In relation to the saying above, we, human beings are the so called machine behind any organization. We are also the ones who destroys it. Why? It is because of the mis management and the wrong decisions made over something. We have the attitude of craving on something we want and if we already have it, we'll just take it for granted. That's why some organizations fail. It's just like saying "We can make it, and can break it."
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PostSubject: Assignment no. 6   Thu Jul 17, 2008 10:44 am

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"

I really agree to this statement, because, in fact, humans are really the ones who are neglected and the worst managed amongst the resources of any organization. Why do you think there are so many protests here and there about issues concerning the welfare of employees like wage increases and many other things like that? That's because human beings are REALLY the least understood and the worst managed of the resources of an organization.

Human beings are essential in an organization. No organization stands firm without humans operating them. And there is no organization without humans behind it. The equipment, the machinery,etc. are just second to what humans' value are to a company. Who operates the machines?Humans. Who maintains them?Humans. Who makes decisions that lead to a company's or organization's success or failure?Humans. We just can't forget the role of humans in an organization. That's why an organization must give its human resource the best of what is in store for them.

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PostSubject: Assignment 6   Thu Jul 17, 2008 11:17 am

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"

Man are just biological being, he needs direct contact with different forces such as;physical,environmental,and social.The fact that we existed and adopt our own cultures and heritage from our ancestors,man has mutual relationships with one another.Much more through his environment,and society.Nowadays since we are on the modern society,human being has to organized,associates a particular groups that enable to managed of its particular roles in their organization.beyond this focal point of interests,if we are only true to our endeavour,we can contribute some good intention to preserved goodwill in our society,because we are the first terrestrial species capable of having the conscious concept to developed our future.Recognized one's idea and respect one's belief.

We human beings are the most important, potent and critical resource of any organization. Why? Simply because we humans are the most important aspect in the success of an organization. Without man, there will be no company and no one can render service to help an organization be competent with the others.The company's most important resource are the people that work for the company.It is very difficult to operate any business without qualified people. It is even more difficult to hire and keep qualified people.
Human beings are the least understood and worst managed of its resource...Human has there own emotions, personality and styles of work that's why humans are worst managed of its resource.

A particular company,organization or even a small association must have mutual respect of its regulations.Hence, management is much important to obtain their visions and goals on their respective institution.A subordinates should always be guided by its superior ..and the superior must adopt the doctrines of superiority.

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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Thu Jul 17, 2008 12:50 pm

Human beings are considered to be the most important component of any organization or company. They are the ones that make the company move. From the bottom level to the top of the company, human beings run the various operations and tasks that are needed to make the company move. They are the primary asset of any company, without which no company would ever exist or prosper.

Here in the Philippines, companies have no lack or shortage of human resource, in fact we have a lot of untapped potential in our pool of human resource. Companies also have a deep pool to choose from. Because of the shortage of available jobs the population compete with each other to land the better jobs. Those people who could not find good jobs here in the Philippines tend to seek employment in other countries. What makes things worse is the fact that our talented and experienced work force tend to choose work outside rather than to stay here because the compensations of foreign companies out-weigh those that our local companies offer. Some experts that decide to serve the country by giving their services come to regret it in later life because they could have accomplished more or earned more if they where employed elsewhere.

One of the possible reasons for the miss-management of the human resource is that there are plenty of it available. The companies don't find it necessary to invest in their employees because there are more of them where they came from. This view, is not healthy in any respect. The human resource should be considered as an asset and an investment. By investing on the skills of the personnel, by training them, the quality of their work would also increase. By providing for the personnel more than what is required by law would endear the company to the personnel, driving the personnel to do better in their work.

There are other companies who value their machinery more than they value the people who run these machines. These companies provide sufficient maintenance to these machines enable to ensure that they work properly. In a like manner, they should also provide their human resources with sufficient benefits and compensation so that they would be in tip-top shape.
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PostSubject: assignment #6   Thu Jul 17, 2008 1:16 pm

“Human Beings are the most important, Potent and Critical Resources of any organization and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources”

Human beings are the lifeblood of the organization. People drive business success. Human imagination creates the ideas that move business forward. Human conversations and human effort shape those ideas into products and services for the market. The unique ability of people to listen, respond, persuade, and think for themselves enables companies to sell effectively, serve their customers, and work together with their business partners in rich, satisfying ways that create lasting, high-value relationships.

In an era where some see technology as a force that promises to make people subservient to highly structured or automated processes, business sector sees a better way to unlock the potential of every person. Systems can only create efficiency: It is people who create value. And the more people can do in their roles, the more value they can create. When organization looks ahead, we see a world where organizations succeed by empowering people to harness information, expertise and the possibilities of complex networks with tools that give them insight, reach and opportunities.

We believe that organizations which put people at the center of processes and information are better positioned to meet the challenges of a fast-changing, globally integrated and interconnected world because they have invested in the most agile, resilient and creative asset available to them. Effective Human resources can help organizations realize the benefits of becoming a People-Ready Business with that uniquely strengthens the capabilities and connections of people to create value in their roles.
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PostSubject: 0 comments Human beings are the most important, potent and critical resource of an organization and yet the worst managed and least understood.   Thu Jul 17, 2008 2:30 pm

It was discussed in my previous post that human are the most important in an organization thus the company cannot stand alone without the presence of human. There are several factors that the company must have in order to commit a higher position in society. These are the M’s. Money, materials and the most important of all the manpower. But let’s concentrate more on the manpower which is the human.

In a deeper sense of explanation wikipedia.org stated manpower is either an abstract term for human labour effort (as opposed to machines, animals etc.) or the number of human productive units available/needed for professional.

In an organization we can’t deny the fact that some of the workers demand for a certain thing but the people who are at the highest positions fail to understand their demands. Employers don’t mind the situation that the employees facing at a certain time most of them tend to mind other resources like their machines rather than its manpower.
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PostSubject: assignment #6   Thu Jul 17, 2008 3:06 pm

...REFLECTION...

Human beings are the most important and potent resource of an organization
because it determines both its input and output (success or failure).
Through people other resources such as financial, material,
technological, and market are acquired, utilized, and developed.
If human resources are available and capable the other factors can be
of great use to the organization because only they (humans) can either
control and develop or dissipate and loss these factors. Indeed the
achievement and accomplishment of the organizations goal depend
mostly on its human resource.

Humans are also considered as the most critical resource.Why? Because
unlike the other factors (stated above) people are very complex to
manage since they are by nature highly dynamic (meaning they are ever
changing, constantly on the move and very active), hard to understand
and predictably unpredictable.
I think this is the reason why they are
least understood and worst managed of all the other resources. Humans
are different and we cannot deny the fact that they have brains. The
challenge here now, is how well do organizations manage human resources?
How do they make people became the success and not the burden or failure
of their company?
And that my classmates, sir, is how I think HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
came to light.

Like a Star @ heaven Like a Star @ heaven Therefore, I conclude that the main concept that bring about the practice and
our study of human resource management is that human beings are the most
important, potent, and critical resource that determines the success or failure of an
organization.
Like a Star @ heaven Like a Star @ heaven



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"The only irreplaceable capital an organization possesses is the knowledge and ability of its people.
The productivity of that capital depends on how effectively people
share their competence with those who can use it."


-Andrew Carnegie


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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Thu Jul 17, 2008 4:18 pm

well i can say that the statement is really true.

we, human beings are the most important component and element in any kind all aspects and situations. for we do have the ability to do so some things not just in physical aspects but as well as mental. we think rationally, we do critical reasoning and our intellect is far to high compared to other creations. humans are totally able. even disabled persons are able to do things in a unique way, unlike animals or other creatures, they are unable to live and flow with the ecology if they are physically disabled. disabled human beings can still do a living even if they are quoted unable.

and yes, human beings are the most difficult to manage, because of the level of thinking among humans, they tend to compete and insist there stand, because of the intellect humans have, ideas collide. because of the human's ability, it has been difficult to suspend one's idea. even if there is a hierarchy or ranks, humans sometimes have a hard time to submit to authority, for ideas of oneself are being insisted. humans has the ability to think for themselves that is why humans are difficult to manage. humans are one of the most complicated element in an organization.


for me, the human is really the perfect creation of God, in both good and bad aspect.
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PostSubject: assignment #6   Thu Jul 17, 2008 4:20 pm

"Human beings are the most important, potent, and critical resources of any organization and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resource."

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* All the people who work in a business or organization is considered as one. And human beings are the most valued and significant in an organization because a company could not work and do nothing without its personnel. They are the fundamental, vital, and essential factor for the improvement, success and even survivability of an organization in the industry. Every man has this necessary information for the development and without these people there is no organization to be called. An organization possesses a lot of factors to be successful and to be competitive but, the primary of all is its human resource. It is because human beings are capable of exerting great powers of persuasion or influence that a company should have to be able to take an action and to begin operating or functioning.
It is extremely important because of being or happening at a time of special difficulty, trouble, or danger, when matters could quickly get either worse or better will depend on the performance and the human resource of an organization. And yet the least understood and the worst manage of its resources.
Human beings has absolutely the power over anything, thou in an organization people are considered as one but, in reality every man or each one has its own mind, style and uniqueness, complex in any ways and is constant for change.


It is true that human beings are the most important in an organization that, it is crucial to develop and enhance and nurture and take good care first before anything.


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PostSubject: assignment #6   Thu Jul 17, 2008 4:21 pm

"Human beings are the most important, potent, and critical resources of any organization and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resource."

Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil

* All the people who work in a business or organization is considered as one. And human beings are the most valued and significant in an organization because a company could not work and do nothing without its personnel. They are the fundamental, vital, and essential factor for the improvement, success and even survivability of an organization in the industry. Every man has this necessary information for the development and without these people there is no organization to be called. An organization possesses a lot of factors to be successful and to be competitive but, the primary of all is its human resource. It is because human beings are capable of exerting great powers of persuasion or influence that a company should have to be able to take an action and to begin operating or functioning.
It is extremely important because of being or happening at a time of special difficulty, trouble, or danger, when matters could quickly get either worse or better will depend on the performance and the human resource of an organization. And yet the least understood and the worst manage of its resources.
Human beings has absolutely the power over anything, thou in an organization people are considered as one but, in reality every man or each one has its own mind, style and uniqueness, complex in any ways and is constant for change.


It is true that human beings are the most important in an organization that, it is crucial to develop and enhance and nurture and take good care first before anything.


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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Thu Jul 17, 2008 4:58 pm

"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"

Arrow Arrow It is true that we, human beings, are the most valuable and productive resource of all because man could do a lot of things, they could think and can function on their own and by these, can do things that no other resources could do. They could invent things, also could innovate things and so much more. They can make a company grow, strong and be the most competitive company of them all.

Arrow Arrow But even with this thought human beings are still deprived rights and has managed them poorly. They still have least understood human resources and took them for granted thinking that they could be used unconditionally because unlike other resources human resource can’t be depleted.

Arrow Arrow Yes, indeed human resources cant be depleted but human beings can get tired and also has emotions that could burst out when handled improperly. And by doing this to them they could be a termite of a company, slowly sinking the company. Keep in mind that this resource has a mind of their own and has feelings also.
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PostSubject: Re: Assignment 6 (Due: before July 17, 2008, 13:00hrs)   Thu Jul 17, 2008 6:32 pm

Human beings are important because they have a unique capability in the sense of thinking and planning, transmission of skills and systems of social relationships, and creative modification of the environment. They are the main components of an organization. They are strong and effective because they have a big influence in the society. They can manipulate and create things that are useful in the development of an organization. They are the critical resource of an organization because they are the source of information that may affect the flow of an organization and can cause good and bad effects. Rolling Eyes

Aside from the importance of human beings, they are also least understood because there are some characteristics of a person that some people cannot easily accept or comprehend. Humans are the worst managed of its resources because there are times that they are being abused and harassed. They are not treated fairly and their salaries and benefits are not enough to suffice their needs. Sad


Therefore, the existence of human beings plays a great role in any organizations. Laughing
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PostSubject: "Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"   Fri Jul 18, 2008 11:49 pm

I'M SORRY IVE POSTED MY ANSWER AT ASSIGNMENT NO. 5....
my classmate "March Dawn" told me that I was late in my assignment, Then I answered, "ITS IMPOSSIBLE because I really posted my assignments before the deadline" Now I figure out why she said that..I posted it at the wrong page... huhuhu... how sad... Sad



"Human beings are the most important, potent and critical, resource of any organization, and yet the least understood and the worst managed of its resources"

_____Among the living things in this world, humans have a highly developed brain. We are the most important because we have the ability to think, decide, manage, communicate, discover, and create. We lead and dominate the world, that’s why an organization cannot be an organization without people (who plan, manage, work, process, etc.).

_____We are the least understood because sometimes we believe on what we think is correct. Worst managed of its resources because we have our own points of view, decisions, and theories, each of us don’t want to be under the control of others.

_____Unlike computers and other high technologies today that absolutely follow every command when we manipulate them. That’s why corporations today use high technologies because it is fast, can satisfy us and so easy to manage.



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PostSubject: Assignment No. 6(Reflection)   Mon Jul 21, 2008 3:28 pm

“Human beings are the most important, potent, and critical resource of any organization, and yet are the least understood and the worst managed of its resources.”

Human beings are important resource of any organization because they are the one possible for the improvement or development of the company. They have the characteristics and skills to do such activities that can lead to the success of the organization.

Organizations have several structures that human beings cause to become animate and alive through their actions. In order for an organization to grow and develop according to a plan, the development of the human resource must also be planned and managed accordingly. The development of the organization can only be attained if the human beings are developed and understand properly. The success of the organization is based on the human resource actualization.
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