Human resources management

linkpins in organisation development mean ?
Asked Nov 25, 2009
I'm guessing you are talking about the Linking pin model.
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But for now, let's get back to linking pins.
Well, it is an idea developed by an organizational psychologist named Rensis Likert. It presents an organisation as a number of overlapping work units in which a member of a unit is the leader of another unit. In this scheme, the supervisor has the dual task of maintaining unity within the group and of representing that group in meetings with the superior managment. These people are linking pins within the organisation and so they become the focus of leadership development activities.
I hope this answered your question.
Best regards.
Answered Jan 21, 2016
It is the Crucial part of an Organization, which follows Ethics of the Business and focuses on Employee welfare.
Answered Jun 10, 2016
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Answered Aug 30, 2016
The roles which connect the various levels and parts of an organisation are called “Link Pins”. For PGDM in human resource management you can go for ITM Institute. The course is two year full time and is offered at its Chennai and the Navi Mumbai campuses.
Answered May 17, 2017
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Answered Mar 27, 2020

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