BMO2000 - Human Resource Management
|1.||Critique a range of organisational needs analysis approaches and recommend a suitable method to identify human resource development needs for specific contexts;|
|2.||Investigate a range of human resource development design approaches available, then rationalise and recommend their use to address specific learning needs;|
|3.||Contextualise theories of adult learning to the workplace, to diagnose, design and implement a human resource development intervention;|
|4.||Evaluate human resource development applications for effectiveness and efficiency; and|
|5.||Exhibit individual responsibility and accountability for contribution to group outcomes.|
|Report||Group Report on HRD program design & development||20%|
|Report||Group Report on HRD program implementation & evaluation||15%|
|Presentation||Presentation on HRD program implementation & evaluation||15%|
Human Resource Development, 6th edn
Werner, J. M. and DeSimone, R. L. 2013,
South-Western, Cengage Learning.
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