Date of Award
Master of Business Admin
The current organizational status of the hunan resource has undergone significant changes. Recent technological advances and increased global competition are causing a shift from labor intensive to capital intensive production in the industrialized nations, with an accompanying emphasis on product quality. Concomitantly, (1) the quality of the machinery depends on the hunan variable in the producing company; and (2) while machines can be sped up to increase the quantity produced, the calibration of that equipment, for example, is left up to the human factor. Since these technological advances are projected to continue, more and more emphasis will be placed on a critical, but altered, hunan contribution. therefore, the hunan factor will become less of a labor cost, but ironically, perhaps just as important in the outcome of the finished product.
Pastore, Peter N. Jr., "A justification for implementing a monetary incentive plan for all salaried employees" (1986). Master's Theses. 984.