Reflection and Evaluation : a Critical Analysis of the Contributing Factors for Managing and Developing People

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HR 380 Assignment 1
Reflection and Evaluation : A Critical Analysis of the
Contributing Factors for Managing and Developing people Group 21
Ching Chung

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Content
Introduction
Personal Experience
Situation and Analysis
Involving departments
The level of power
The level of decision making
Self-efficacy theory

Recommendation & Summary
Reference

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Introduction
The aim of this report
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Also, less opinion will be provided from the worker who might see the situation from different aspect. Moreover, staffs will be less motivated due to the luck of participation.
It said that employees are more motivated if they can be involved more in planning and decision making. However, it seems quite hard to do so in Asian world due to the involvement of culture effect on the both sides of leader and workers.
Several elements could influence on decision making depends on different regions because of different culture, history or lifestyle. Such as statues of social, gender and seniority of the family.(Samir R. Chatterjee and Akan R. Nankervis, p. 50) From the cultural aspect, roles played by leader, male and family elderly (grandfather, father, or eldest son) have the higher authority on making decision. Same as in an Asian organisation, employees interactive less within decision making process. The decisions are always made by manager and the the workers are only required for implementation, progress and issue report.
The percentage that employees and manager involve in the decision making are not balance. In the process of making decision, less comment invitations were given. And I found that workers were hesitate to share their opinion and they tend to be just waiting for the instruction from the top.

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Self-efficacy theory
There was a girl, about 17 years old, the task for her was to organize

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