‘Personnel management’ has developed into ‘human resource management’ over the years. This has happened because organisations are now not run by only the set of few people who calls all the decision. With geographical diversified base and employee strength ever increasing it is now a whole circle that needs to be managed. Earlier few selected employees and personnel used to be the key to the success of the organisation. With evolving times and unions of workforce becoming stronger it has evolved into Human Resource Management. The role of management studies has been very critical in this development. This development has been in lines as and when management studies have evolved from primitive stages. Many a research thesis and literature over the years have tried to focus on how no single employee can result in a successful organisation and hence it is the total HRM which can bring about the required change in the field of applied management.
Organizational changes can impact the whole stakeholders at last. Encouraging and Involving his subordinates to participate in the decision making process because it is they who are working at the shop floor and better understand the problems and requirements. Being a role model for others by exhibiting positive habits like coming to office on time, showing care and concern to his subordinates’ needs, not forcing them to do unsafe tasks and always making sure that they take all safety measures before engaging in any such unsafe activities. Stop ordering them and telling them what to do and how to do. Give them enough autonomy and authority to carry out certain tasks on their own. This would increase their confidence and make them self motivated.