HR7003-Human Resource Managing

HR7003-Human Resource Managing. Using good quality academic and journalistic sources, prepare a 1,500 word report for the CEO on HRM issues at B.N. Foray. Your knowledge and understanding of management of individual, team, and organisational change, including change and leadership theories will be critically examined. 

The title of your report should be:

A Business Report to optimise the delivery of HR Processes at B.N. Foray.

Your report should include:

1.A title Page

2.Executive Summary 

3.Contents Page

4.Outline of the primary HRM issues in B.N. Foray

5.Proposal to optimise the delivery of HR Processes at B.N. Foray.

6.Implementation plan including outline costings, responsibilities

7.Risk register

8.Bibliography using Harvard Referencing conventions.

The word count of 1,500 words will not include the title page, executive summary, contents page or bibliography.

You will not need to draw on all change and leadership theories that you read but should select instead those which are most applicable to the case study – B.N. Foray  – and apply them appropriately. 

It is important that you show knowledge of key debates within the literature on Human Resource Management within an organisation. Also, it is strongly advised that you are critical in your writing and ensure a good level of integration and coherence in applying theories. Please work on, and ensure an excellent level of criticality, coherence, and flow of your report. This will require effective discussion and clarity. 

Please note that a significant amount of the marks are awarded on the basis of wider reading, critical and logical presentation, quality of argument, referencing, academic integrity and academic writing conventions. Please see Assessment Criteria on the Moodle.

The Learning Outcomes assessed by this assessment are:

Knowledge

1.Analyse and critically evaluate major ideas and practices in the field of people management. 

2.Evaluate major contemporary theoretical and managerial perspectives on people management.

Thinking

3.Engage critically and analytically with literature relating to major developments in the field of people management.

4.Appreciate how research into effective people management underpins thinking in the other, more specialised fields of HRM and HRD practice that you will be studying.

Subject Based Skills

5.Ability to effectively apply HR theories and models to situations and various scenarios. 

6.Effectively apply key ratios appropriate for analysing the financial performance of the organisation.

Skills for life and work

7.Develop and express strong, original and well-justified arguments to support your views.

8.Advise colleagues and senior managers about making improvements to management systems and thinking in organisations.