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Organisational risk of the Peter Principle

first_img Previous Article Next Article Read full article Comments are closed. The Peter Principle is a concept inwhich the selection of a candidate for a position is based on their performance in their current role rather than on their abilities relevant to the intended role. The business then of course running the risk of promoting someone until they are in a role in which they under-perform. How do we avoid this?From an HR perspective, the risk associated with the Peter Principle can be negated simply taking on-board the direction that an employee wishes to take their career, as opposed to promoting a staff member according to the company organisational structure only. Of course this doesn’t mean that we place less importance on the business objectives, because of course these are very important also – What it does mean that we should be using far more foresight when hiring and aiming to align someone’s key professional growth objectives with the organisational goals as much as possible.When we align an employee’s growth plan with organisational objectives, both parties stand to reap the benefits and in turn minimise risk. The employee is given the opportunity to achieve their professional goals and grow their knowledge and experience in the areas that the business requires that skill/experience which of course limits the likelihood of poor performance.Recruitment needs to become less reactionary (where possible) and more forward thinking and strategic. In doing so, employees will note that you have their best interests in mind along with other commercial interests, and this in turn – in most cases, will be reciprocated in the form of staff being engaged, driven and committed to achievement, all whilst managing potential future risk.center_img Organisational risk of the Peter PrincipleShared from missc on 9 Dec 2014 in Personnel Today Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

Hawks wing by Trojans

first_img State budget vs. job creation – January 22, 2015 Bio This is placeholder textThis is placeholder text Hancock County Court News Nov. 3 thorugh Dec. 11 – January 22, 2015 admin Latest posts by admin (see all) Latest Posts House fire in Winter Harbor – October 27, 2014 BAR HARBOR — The 7-1 loss the Mount Desert Island High School softball team suffered at the hands of the Hermon Hawks did not belie the actual performance of the Trojans during the home field opener on Monday, according to their coach.Looking to beat the runner to the base, Mount Desert Island High short stop Mackenzie Curtis winds up to make the play at first against the Hermon Hawks on April 27.— JEFF WALLS“I am impressed. They had some moments of real greatness,” Trojans head Coach Dennis Meehan said. “They are working hard, trying hard. We are looking at all kinds of different combinations. It is early yet,” he said.Most times the Trojans defense was solid but occasionally cracks would appear and it seemed like Hermon was always right there when they opened up. “I felt like the ball didn’t bounce right, which it doesn’t sometimes. We made a few mistakes,” Coach Meehan said. “We gave them four or five outs a couple of times. We gave them three or four scoreless innings. That is a good sign.”There have been many improvements for the team in its rain-shortened season. “I saw a lot more hitting. I see that improving each game,” said Coach Meehan. “If we do that each game and we rally each game that will create better situation for us. We faced two pretty good pitchers and we started hitting them. I would like to see a run. I think we can do it. We are starting to see four or five hitters getting up there and hitting the ball. It is exciting.” For more sports stories, pick up a copy of the Mount Desert Islander.last_img read more

Shakhtar Donetsk 2 – 1 Chelsea

first_imgChelsea’s hopes of defending their Champions League crown suffered a setback in Donetsk as Shakhtar dominated a firecracker of a match.With John Terry back captaining the side, Chelsea were well beaten thanks to goals from two Brazilians.Alex Teixeira poked home after three minutes before Fernandinho doubled Shakhtar’s lead in the second half.Oscar thumped in a late consolation for Chelsea, who would have lost more heavily but for goalkeeper Petr Cech.The defeat, Roberto Di Matteo’s first in the Champions League, means English teams have now failed to win in Donetsk in four attempts and leaves Chelsea with a less than straightforward path to the last 16.The failure of Juventus to beat Nordsjaelland in Denmark was the only saving grace, but Shakhtar are now firmly in control of Group E. Defeat capped a week of a distraction and disruption at Stamford Bridge. But at the final whistle Terry’s return was nothing more than a footnote, as he led Chelsea out for the first time since accepting a four-match ban for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand a year to the day since the pair exchanged those infamous words.Chelsea saw this as an opportunity to draw a line under the controversy but Shakhtar’s formidable record could not be ignored. The Ukrainian champions came into the game unbeaten in 11 months on the back of a record 21 consecutive league matches without a loss and having scored in every game in that run.They provided a perfect demonstration of just why inside three minutes as Chelsea were caught cold.Luiz Adriano controlled a quickly taken throw-in on his chest, surged beyond David Luiz and shot hard and low at goal, only for Terry to block. The ball rebounded kindly to Teixeira, who kept calm to roll a low shot through the legs of Ashley Cole and across the advancing Cech into the bottom corner.Shakhtar were tremendous throughout, shredding the Chelsea defence time and again – they pressed and ran, created and scored. The intensity of their football was embodied by the magnificent Willian, who only added to his burgeoning reputation with this dynamic display. The Brazilian played with pace and intelligence, attacked with gusto and controlled the play with his trickery and precise passing. On three occasions he created shooting opportunities, with a drop of the shoulder and twinkle of the toes. He created openings too, feeding Darijo Srna whose goal-bound shot was blocked by Terry. Cech was keeping Chelsea in the tie as half-time approached. First he needed to be at full stretch to tip Henrik Mkhitaryan’s fierce shot over, before diving low to his left to somehow deny Tomas Hubschman after a goalmouth scramble from a corner.Chelsea were always a threat, however, even after Frank Lampard limped off with an injury after 18 minutes to be replaced by Eden Hazard. The best of their opportunities fell to Torres, but on each occasion the Spaniard was denied either by goalkeeper Andriy Pyatov or saw a shot smothered by the Shakhtar defence.The only consolation for Chelsea was that they remained in touch at 1-0. But not for long.With Chelsea pushing on in search of an equaliser, Shakhtar landed a decisive blow. Fernandinho dispossessed Hazard in the centre circle, Adriano gathered it up, broke forward and played the ball sideways to Fernandinho who finished emphatically with a low shot that flashed across Cech and into the far corner. Chelsea improved after the goal, with Hazard going close with a shot that was well-saved by Pyatov. But Shakhtar always looked more likely to score.Fernandinho might have scored his second after a neat exchange with Willian, while Cech denied Mkhitaryan with another fine save. Hubschman had perhaps the best chance of the second half, but failed to make contact when the ball fell to him four yards from goal.As it was, Oscar snatched a late consolation for Chelsea, turning in a low cross after a surging run from Branislav Ivanovic, but the damage was done.last_img read more