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Title: The influence of human resources planning in business transformation of apparel industries
Other Titles: experiences of five organizations in Eastern Province of Sri Lanka.
Authors: Athambawa, S
Nisthar, Bilal
Keywords: Business transformation
Human resources planning
Human resources management
Issue Date: 17-Jan-2014
Publisher: South Eastern University of Sri Lanka
Citation: Proceedings of the Second Annual Research Conference 2013 on "Emergence of Novelty in Business Management, pp 78- 84
Abstract: The adoption of business transformation in most organizations has acclaimed a wide recognition and reputation among the academics research scholars and practitioners as it is important instrument towards. Transformation is crucial for any business to survive in the market and to retain their position. It is very important to stay focused and to be flexible in order to adapt to the changes successfully. HRP is conducted in efficient and effective manner to ensure the smooth functioning of any organization. Simply HRP determining the future employee needs correctly based on current information. Apparel industry in Sri Lanka is one of major contributor of economy of this county. This study carried out to identify the influence of HRP on transformation of apparel business in Eastern Province. 27 senior level managers were surveyed through structure questionnaire developed for this study, comprising all dimensions of HRP and Business transformation dimensions. The results was shows that the respondents generally agree to the statement with the mean value of 3.744 for HRP and 3.87 for transformation The correlation between HRP and business transformation was significant where r= 0.785 at 0.00 significant level. Hence the finding shows HRP has influence on transformation of the apparel business in the province. According to the regression result the model fit was explains thus R2 is 0.616 which shows that 0.62 % of transformation is explained by proper human resource planning.
ISSN: 2279-1280
Appears in Collections:2nd Annual International Research Conference - 2013

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