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Task details: HRMG 201 Human Resource Development
The Head of People and Culture at “Your Organisation” has asked you to prepare a report on the quality and effectiveness the training and development provided by HRM. In preparation of this report, you have attended all of the learning activities conducted by HRM over a 2 months period (by student teams for assignment 2).
Your report is to be a business focused document outlining the importance of human resource development (HRD) and its contribution to organisational strategy. The document is to provide an evaluation of two learning activities, incorporate suggestions for improvement and recommend changes.
Choose two learning activities presented by other student teams for Assignment 2. Please note that you may NOT use the topic that your group addressed in its presentation as the basis of discussion and analysis.
You are to evaluate the learning activities and their impact on the participants and suggest, using relevant theories and models how they might be improved next time.
Analysis
Based on your learnings and peer feedback, summarise and analyse your own learnings and what you believe the learnings have been for other presenters and participants.
Using and citing theory, models and research, you need to
• analyse strengths and weaknesses of the learning activities
• identify suggested changes to improve quality and effectiveness
• discuss the implications of implementing the changes e.g. time, cost
Report Structure:
Executive Summary (300 words)
Importance of human resource development (HRD) and its contribution to organisational strategy (350 words)
Evaluation of two learning activities (500 words)
Suggestions for Improvement: (550 words)
• Suggested changes
• Implementation implications
Recommendations (300 words)
Appendices
Reference List - This Unit requires you to use Harvard Referencing.
Explanation of what needs to be done:
Implementation of the group presentations: Choose any 2 learning activities by 2 other groups. The document is to provide an evaluation of two learning activities, incorporate suggestions for improvement and recommend changes.
Group 1 - Topic: Onboarding leadership & succession planning:
Group 2:
Topic -What is diversity
Please invent 1 lacking learning activity on each group. The two group (bearing in mind that this assessment is followed by in class group presentation ) The two topics above are the topics I chose. Each group should be treated as a company therefore any name can be invented.
ILOs Criteria Standards
Below Expectations Meets Expectations Exceeds Expectations
Level 1 NN Level 2 PA Level 3 CR Level 4 DI Level 5 HD
2,3,5 Knowledge and Understanding
/10 Demonstrates only one or none of the following attributes: inadequate understanding of relevant theory, models and concepts
Demonstrates little understanding of an organisation’s internal and external situation, organisational change and effect on HRD processes
Demonstrates no or limited insights into relevant HRD issue(s) as they apply to an organisation.
Demonstrates some of the following attributes: limited understanding of relevant theory, models and concepts
Demonstrates limited understanding of an organisation’s internal and external situation, organisational change and effect on HRD processes
Demonstrates few insights into relevant HRD issue(s) as they apply to an organisation.
Demonstrates some understanding of the following attributes: relevant theory, models and concepts
Demonstrates some understanding of an organisation’s internal and external situation, organisational change and effect on HRD processes
Demonstrates insights into relevant HRD issue(s) as they apply to an organisation.
Demonstrates some of the following attributes to a very good standard: relevant theory, models and concepts
Demonstrates understanding of an organisation’s internal and external situation, organisational change and effect on HRD processes
Demonstrates good insights into relevant HRD issue(s) as they apply to an organisation. Demonstrates the following to a very high standard:
Refers to relevant theory, models and concepts
Demonstrates high level of understanding of an organisation’s internal and external situation, organisational change and effect on HRD processes
Demonstrates insights into relevant HRD issue(s) as they apply to an organisation.
2,3,5 Research Skills
/10 Identifies limited or no relevant HRD issues and their impacts.
Sources beyond the prescribed textbook are not provided, including academic journal articles.
Integrates no evidence from various sources into the report. Identifies limited relevant HRD issues and their impacts.
Selects some sources beyond the prescribed textbook, including academic journal articles.
Integrates evidence fairly well from various sources into the report. Identifies some relevant HRD issues and their impacts.
Selects sources beyond the prescribed textbook, including academic journal articles.
Integrates some evidence well from various sources into the report. Identifies good and relevant HRD issues and their impacts.
Selects some good quality sources beyond the prescribed textbook, including academic journal articles.
Integrates evidence carefully from various sources into the report. Identifies to a very high standard the relevant HRD issues and their impacts.
Selects quality sources beyond the prescribed textbook, including academic journal articles.
Integrates evidence very well from various sources into the report.
2,3,5 Critical Evaluation
/15 Demonstrates to a limited and unacceptable standard
Analysis of the issue/s and HRD impact(s), using relevant theory and models
Critically evaluates an organisation’s HRD processes as they relate to the change issue identified
Makes proficient use of theory/models to support arguments and analysis
Derives logical and specific recommendations based on findings, fully exposing their rationale.
Provides a coherent line of reasoning and evidence to justify recommendations/ arguments
Considers options when deriving recommendations
Draws conclusion(s) consistent with the analysis and the evidence provided Demonstrates to an acceptable standard
Analysis of the issue/s and HRD impact(s), using relevant theory and models
Critically evaluates an organisation’s HRD processes as they relate to the change issue identified
Makes proficient use of theory/models to support arguments and analysis
Derives logical and specific recommendations based on findings, fully exposing their rationale.
Provides a coherent line of reasoning and evidence to justify recommendations/ arguments
Considers options when deriving recommendations
Draws conclusion(s) consistent with the analysis and the evidence provided Demonstrates to a good standard
Analysis of the issue/s and HRD impact(s), using relevant theory and models
Critically evaluates an organisation’s HRD processes as they relate to the change issue identified
Makes proficient use of theory/models to support arguments and analysis
Derives logical and specific recommendations based on findings, fully exposing their rationale.
Provides a coherent line of reasoning and evidence to justify recommendations/ arguments
Considers options when deriving recommendations
Draws conclusion(s) consistent with the analysis and the evidence provided Demonstrates to a very good standard
Analysis of the issue/s and HRD impact(s), using relevant theory and models
Critically evaluates an organisation’s HRD processes as they relate to the change issue identified
Makes proficient use of theory/models to support arguments and analysis
Derives logical and specific recommendations based on findings, fully exposing their rationale.
Provides a coherent line of reasoning and evidence to justify recommendations/ arguments
Considers options when deriving recommendations
Draws conclusion(s) consistent with the analysis and the evidence provided Demonstrates to a very high standard:
Analysis of the issue/s and HRD impact(s), using relevant theory and models
Critically evaluates an organisation’s HRD processes as they relate to the change issue identified
Makes proficient use of theory/models to support arguments and analysis
Derives logical and specific recommendations based on findings, fully exposing their rationale.
Provides a coherent line of reasoning and evidence to justify recommendations/ arguments
Considers options when deriving recommendations
Draws conclusion(s) consistent with the analysis and the evidence provided
2,3,5 Communication and Presentation Skills
/5 Demonstrates some attempt at professional a presentation
Needs to uses clear and concise language (appropriate to academic business writing)
Needs to check and correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar
Review of formatting needed (short report format)
Needs an introduction by way of an executive summary.
Needs to acknowledges all ‘in-text’ sources and provides a reference list
Does not use correct referencing style (Harvard), Does not comply with the word limit. Demonstrates mostly a reasonable standard of presentation
Reasonably clear and concise language (appropriate to academic business writing)
Uses correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar
Uses correct formatting (short report format)
Includes a brief introduction by way of an executive summary.
Acknowledges all ‘in-text’ sources and provides a reference list
Uses correct referencing style (Harvard), Complies with the word limit. Demonstrates an acceptable ‘professional’ standard of presentation
Mostly uses clear and concise language (appropriate to academic business writing)
Uses correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar
Uses correct formatting (short report format)
Includes a brief introduction by way of an executive summary.
Acknowledges all ‘in-text’ sources and provides a reference list
Uses correct referencing style (Harvard), Complies with the word limit. Demonstrates a good ‘professional’ standard of presentation
Uses clear and concise language (appropriate to academic business writing)
Uses correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar
Uses correct formatting (short report format)
Includes a brief introduction by way of an executive summary.
Acknowledges all ‘in-text’ sources and provides a reference list
Uses correct referencing style (Harvard), Complies with the word limit. Demonstrates a high ‘professional’ standard of presentation
Uses clear, well-articulated and concise language (appropriate to academic business writing)
Uses correct spelling, punctuation, and grammar
Uses correct formatting (short report format)
Includes a brief introduction by way of an executive summary.
Acknowledges all ‘in-text’ sources and provides a reference list
Uses correct referencing style (Harvard), Complies with the word limit.