Strategic Human Capital Management
Atlantis Global Corporation is a multinational organization that manufactures electronic circuit boards for high definition television screens, has relocated some personnel to three of its subsidiaries in hopes that the subsidiaries would be self-sustainable and profitable. The company’s CEO, COO and the Board of Director John is worried about global competition and losing AGC’s manufacturer of electrical circuit boards of high definition televisions. John seems to ignore the problem with the company’s employee situation and that there have been several employees that have left to go work with other organizations due to being unhappy with their current working conditions. John also shows no knowledge of managing employees and does not think that they have anything to do with AGC’s problems.
Shawn who has been recruited, who is the Director of Global Human Capital Management at AGC, to come in and diagnose the company’s human capital issues, set up a new strategic path for AGC. Shawn is also an expert in change management and motivational leader. I have been recruited to work along Shawn and work closely with him to establish a cross cultural team that will help address global challenges, provide guidance and provide recommendations to each objective. Shawn and I are concerned after meeting with John that he never mentioned anything concerning the employees at AGC and that he does not think that the employees have an impact on the company’s success. The human capital in fact has an impact on the company’s success and if not dealt with and managed properly the company will continue to do poorly. An upcoming meeting with the company’s board of directors and John, Shawn asks you for advice on how to approach the board on its lack of knowledge on global human capital, some examples from other organizations that will help them gain knowledge on the subject and doing all of this without offending or embarrassing...