Identify a government organization (The New York Police Department) and focus on human capital and strategic human resource management.

Human Capital Human capital refers to a workforce’s combined knowledge, skills, and ability to perform labor functions and is a vital part of strategic human resource management. Employees, i.e., human capital, are assets that could improve in value with some investment by the organization. Consequently, when an organization’s assets increase in value, the entire organization gains worth. Yet, many employees have resources within them that are rarely, if ever, tapped and used.Think about what makes human resources strategic. Consider how human resources have changed from a primarily administrative function. Identify a government organization (The New York Police Department) and focus on human capital and strategic human resource management.The paper is about the New York Police DepartmentAnalyze the impact of human capital on strategic human resource management in The New York Police Department. In your analysis:•Explain the mission of the organization.•Describe at least 2–3 strategic goals or objectives of the organization.•Explain the skills and competencies agency personnel need to manage and implement in the agency’s present and future strategic goals, objectives, programs, and services.•Explain the need for review, redesign, or implementation of human capital programs and activities to attract, retain, develop, and motivate the types of employees that will be needed.The paper should have: •Three (3) pages in length would be double-spaced, not including the cover page, abstract, and reference pages.•Demonstrate both breadth, depth of knowledge, and critical thinking.•Use four (4) other scholarly sources published within the last five years only to support the paper. Include this source in the four (4).Pynes, J. E. (2013). Human resources management for public and nonprofit organizations: A strategic approach (4th ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Chapter 2, “Strategic Human Resources Management and Planning” (pp. 37–52).

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