The following article is part of the self-preparation for the modern BVOP® Human Resources Management Professional Certification program.
Business Value-Oriented People Management (BVOPPM) is a management style and a set of activities focusing on managing all people across an organization at all levels.
BVOPPM office needs an understanding of the general problems, responsibilities, and activities of all other offices, departments, teams, and individuals because the activities of the office may be more productive and efficient.
Major activities of the Business Value-Oriented People Management office include:
- Establishing a people-and-business-oriented culture
- Spreading culture across the organization
- Aligning people with organizational strategies
- Mediating standpoints
- Motivation management
- Commitment management
- Personal development management
- Emotions management
- Conflicts management
- Fear management
- Workforce status analysis
- Organizational attitude analysis
- Candidates management
- Leaving and dismissal reasons management
Comments from the BVOP™ community on “Business Value-Oriented People Management (BVOPPM)”
Modern human resources and people management needed improvement and development in many aspects. BVOP did just that. In the handbook, you will encounter many familiar practices that have been imposed over the years, but in the context of BVOP, they are now more reasonable and advanced.
21st-century dynamic organizations really need this approach because people in organizations are the most important and great resource.
Pay close attention to one of the most important activities. Establishing people and business-oriented culture. This duty of the Department of Human Resources can not be easily fulfilled by other roles.
Fear management is a unique new activity that makes human resources an indispensable source of stability for people in organizations.
I strongly recommend that all responsible modern professionals quickly try to implement BVOP principles in the companies they work for.
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