Harvard Framework

The Harvard framework is an HR framework that has various degrees of results and takes a more systematic approach to HR. Human resources administration is one of the most important responsibilities of human resources management (HRM). When an organization’s employees are properly managed, it is more likely to achieve its objectives. Simultaneously, deciding how to effectively use human capital will help an organization meet its goals and priorities. Human resource management has far-reaching consequences. It entails constantly looking at new ways to use members to benefit the company.

The Harvard model appears to be systematic and it strives to include six main aspects of HRM. Stakeholders, preferences, situational considerations, HRM policy decisions, HR effects, long-term implications, and a feedback loop are all included in the model. The outputs are immediately available to the organization and its stakeholders.