Die menslike hulpbronnebeplanningsproses : 'n meganisme vir die skep van verbondenheid ter bereiking van strategiese besigheidsdoelwitte
Franken, Willem Jakobus
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THE HUMAN RESOURCES PLANNING PROCESS : A MECHANISM FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF COMMITMENT TOWARDS ACHIEVING STRATEGIC BUSINESS OBJECTIVES Theories of organisational commitment are often held up as guidelines for effective management. The relationship between the various forms of commitment and the levels of effectiveness and competitiveness of organisations, has been conceptualized and has even become the subject of empirical research. However, major changes in micro- and macro-organisational environments and the availability of more recent commitment models and theories, in particular the Aligned Commitment Model, as well as a greater emphasis on participitive management, call for a renewed evaluation of the relationship between commitment and organizational effectiveness. The primary objective of this research is to determine the relationship between human resources planning and aligned commitment to organisational business objectives as a means of achieving organisational effectiveness. The results of this study indicate, that integrated human resources planning is indeed related to the achievement of aligned commitment to business objectives.