(A) The rhetorical promise of HRM tends to be quite different from the actual reality of HRM
(B) HRM has generally failed to secure a seat at the top management table
(C) A universal HRM approach that focuses on maximising the development potential of every employee can become disconnected from business strategy
(D) The general empowerment focus in HRM that is based on McGregor’s theory Y tends to be North American-centric
Human Resource Management(HRM) doesn’t occupy top management positions at a company and this failure to secure a seat at the top management table is not one of the key problems that have emerged around HRM.
This question is a part of the Recall: Strategic HRM exercise from the Organisational design: Know your organisation course. You can check out all the answers to this exam in our Organisational design: Know your organisation Quiz Answers page.