The paper "The Teamwork Strategy and Human Behavior" is a good example of a literature review on human resources. This paper uses six peer-reviewed articles from respective journals (Kenneth 2007, p. 456-690; Kenneth 2008, p. 573-590; Hackman & Greg 1996, p. 250– 279; Robert & John 1999, p. 259– 293; Anthony 2007; Ruby 2002, p. 379– 40). The paper’ s main topic in line with discussion is employee turnover in organizations detailing reasons and recommendations to avert the practice. The relevance of Scholarly Articles to the Case Study Analysis Anthony (2007) is a journal article relevant to the analysis of this case study because it provides a theoretical framework into reasons for employees' turn over.
Stresses on Theory of Needs by McClelland's in analyzing some of the reasons why employee turnover occurs frequently in different organizations. It also applies equally well because it proposes some of the recommendations that could be relevant in lowering the turnover rates in particular organizations. Kenneth (2007, p. 456-690) article in the organizational study journal fit well for this assignment since it handles close and related issues on job satisfaction bond, member exchange, and employee turnover predictions.
The issues handled in the article are of relevance in analyzing the problem of turnover rates increase as indicated in this case study. It also applies well in formulating the best organizational structure within a given organization to help run the organization with minimal difficulties and retain employees. Kenneth (2008, p. 573-590) is an article in the public administration research journal. It is equally valuable for this assignment because it applies theories including the theory of motivation by Maslow. In this case, it helps us establish the motivations as well as emotional applications in the workforce as well as know the attitudes and values required in management for the effective running or a specific organization.
Hackman & Greg (1996, p. 250– 279) is a collaborative effort of the two authors who work in the effort of testing the efficacy of theories of motivation including behavioral theory. The article is relevant to the case study in handling the issue of motivation as causative of turn over through a test of a theory. It also, in the end, provides some prominent recommendations, which could be of help in solving the scenario in this case study. Robert & John (1999, p.
259– 293) article simulates the concept of employee turnover basing on Job Satisfaction, Turnover Intention, Organizational Commitment, and many other concepts related to Turnover. Ruby (2002, p. 379– 40) is the last peer-reviewed article from education for student journals also extremely relevant in evaluating this case study. The article is necessary in providing a path Analyses basing on relevant Meta-Analytic Findings from many other case studies. It is also prominent in providing theory applications to explain the issue of employees’ turn over not forgetting the recommendations it provides to avert the situation. Case Study Analysis The case study highlights employees turn over in organizations.
It particularly looks at Advanced Photonics Inc in the context of employee turn over. Turn over in organizations mostly in the modern era of globalization increase because of drastic changes experienced in many organizations' operations, in the 21st century. There has been employee behavioral change experienced in the new century. These causes are diverse, and employees are beyond the conviction or otherwise other than to quit work in the respective organization.
Hackman & Greg's (1996, p. 250– 279) collaborative effort explains the main cause of this state as because of behavioral change in employees. The employees of the company and others have developed a shifting behavior in pursuit of getting the best. Aft all, there are many choices at their disposal and can risk quitting one job readily knowing that there will be another one waiting. Behavioral theory in this case explains Chalmers's situation. He intends to leave the company for weird reasons as per the management.
In the first place, she abruptly calls Chan, the manager of the firm, to arrange a meeting where she breaks the news about her willingness to quit.
Anthony, J. (2007). Understanding and Combating Employee Turnover in Call Centers, from, http://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:00-CKRrtw2YJ:www.degarmogroup.com/pdf/Employee_Turnover_Article.pdf+Causes+of+Employee+Turnover&hl=en&gl=ke&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEEShZEwU9SqrPAZFDWw2HMXFbwyp-Gy4425XQ8om0A9OUIK3LmmghR0QjJz6puhSDbKE4G7cWP12EEfP0eYbLW_1SDLbS3VA6ngq__sHHGMvCfszETFI60RtdenQIbb3req8VpDct&sig=AHIEtbTVOYKxRE1PMoUk_8TFacw7n5Hf6w
Hackman, J., Greg, R 1996, "Motivation through the design of work: test of a theory", Organizational Behavior and Human Performance 16 (2): 250–279
Kenneth, J 2008, Employee Turnover and Organizational Performance: Testing a Hypothesis from Classical Public Administration, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 2008 18(4):573-590
Kenneth, H 2007, Leader-member exchange, job satisfaction bond, and predicted employee turnover, Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies. 2008 12(6):456-690
Robert, P & John, P 1999, "Job Satisfaction, Organizational Commitment, Turnover Intention, and Turnover: Path Analyses Based on Meta-Analytic Findings", Personnel Psychology 46 (2): 259–293
Ruby, M 2002, "Internal Teacher Turnover in Urban Middle School Reform", Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk 7 (4): 379–40