Human Resource Development
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- 27 Feb 2023
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- Explain the importance of human resource development activities in modern organisations.
- Analyse the human resource development needs of an organisation.
- Design, implement and evaluate a human resource development program.
- Critically analyse the efficacy of current human resource development practices in a variety of organisational settings.
- Develop innovative strategies which facilitate an employee's career development and professional practice.
- • Introduction to human resource development (HRD).
- • Learning and human resource development.
- • Strategic human resource development.
- • Training and development - assessing HRD needs.
- • Designing effective HRD programs.
- • Implementing HRD programs.
- • Evaluating HRD programs.
- • Coaching and career management.
- • Management development.
- • Organisational development and organisational change.
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
Past La Trobe University students who have previously completed MGT2HRD (Human Resource Management) are ineligible to enrol in this subject.
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The pace and volume of organisational change is drawing increasing attention to the ways that human resource development (HRD) activities can ensure that organisation members have what it takes to successfully meet these challenges. In this subject you will focus on an integrated and strategic approach to HRD which fosters a long-term, work-related learning capacity. You will examine the foundational concepts of HRD (including the theory of learning) and the HRD process from theoretical and practical perspectives. You will also examine HRD applications within modern business organisations including skills, and technical training, coaching, career management and, organisational development.
- Analysis of HRD trend/challenges - 1300 words per student. (30%)
- Group HRD Training Plan - 1300 words per student. (30%)
- Career Development Analysis - 1750 words per student. (40%)
Current study term: 26 Feb 23 to 26 May 23
Textbook information is pending.