Read the below peer discussion board posts and provide your classmate with feedback on your opinion of their position.

Class Member Discussion Topic Responses Week 1 : 150 Word Min.

Grading Criteria

You are required to respond with depth, breadth and insight to the discussion question(s) as well as one of your class members. Your response to the discussion question(s) must be tied back to the chapter material and outside research is expected. When I ask you to support your answer, you are expected to combine opinion with, minimum 2, citations, insight from your experiences, observations of others experiences, analysis of the facts/information and a conclusion. PLEASE do not limit your citations to just the book! Find other supporting material outside of the class structure.  You are also required to answer the question posed by the instructor and class members’. (Please note: The guidance outlined above will contribute to you “meeting the expectations” for the discussion. Additional participation will contribute to a grade that will “exceed the expectations” for the discussion

The combined original reply and two responses are worth up to 20 points per student. The criteria used to determine the point distribution will be:

Original Reply: 10 points
Initiated Peer Reply (2): 8 points 
Uses of sources: 2 points

Cite examples, textbook material, or your own supporting material to back up your opinion.

Action: Read the below peer discussion board posts and provide your classmate with feedback on your opinion of their position. Do you agree and why? Do you disagree and why? Replies to your class members’ are intended to move the discussion forward. Telling them that they simply did a good job is not acceptable. Statements like “I feel”, “I believe” and/or “I think” are difficult to measure and, highly, subjective. Asking a question or two about the position they took will move the discussion forward. Replies are 150 word minimum

Peer Reply #1

Week One Discussion

by Valbona Myhedin – Wednesday, January 8, 2020, 3:39 PM

Number of replies: 0

What are the core competencies or skills an HRD manager must have, and how are they acquired?

Nowadays, organizations are facing a very competitive environment in the global market, which has affected and HRD management. A business should think about strategies on how to achieve the objectives and to succeed in the marketplace. Many challenges can occur in a daily routine or in long term which is always related with people issue, and “Human Resource Development (HRD) is the framework for helping employees develop their personal and organizational skills, knowledge, abilities” (Heathfield, 2020), motivation to face all those challenges to achieve the business success. HRD has a role in developing and managing these human capital investments and will also have a priority to encourage employees to take advantage of any and all employer offerings, such as using tuition reimbursement to pursue higher education and to ensure human capacity current and future demand.

It is very crucial that an organization has a very detailed plan and an organizational structure where to be explained HRD roles and competencies. According to Werner, “there are ten important areas of training and competencies of an HRD: performance improvement, instructional design, management learning programs, integrated talent management, coaching, knowledge management, and change management” ((2017, p16). Thus, HRD management should have abilities to contribute in recruiting talent employees, learning strategies and employees training, increasing quality and efficiency which will help optimizing the production and utilization of the workforce. According to Allahem, “the significant goals of human resource development are stated as below: 1. Access to organization proficiency; 2. Increasing quality and efficiency; 3. Promotion in growth and individual development; 4. Integrating people into business” (2014). It is crucial that goals must be in approach wit organization’s goals and missions.

In addition, the essential core competencies of an HRD are personal, interpersonal, and business/management. The company is looking to have managers will high personal skills: high education, experience personal and professional integrity. HRD manager will drive the company to succeed in the marketplace. As an interpersonal skill, communication is very crucial for an HRD manager who should deal with differences between employees’ personalities and upper-level management. Also, HRD management should apply strategic investment related to organizational growth, and to survive, the technologies change over time. Its objective is to make employees more creative and to develop their new skills, knowledge, and attitude that can help to move the organization forward.

  Reference

Werner, J. M. (2017). Human resource development (7th ed.). Boston, MA: CENGAGE Learning.

https://moodle.walshcollege.edu/course/view.php?id=7187&section=1

https://www.thebalancecareers.com/what-is-human-resource-development-hrd-1918142

Ahmad, I., & Siraj D.U, (2009), ” EVALUATING TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT”, Gomal Journal of Medical Sciences, Vol. 7, No. 2.

Class Member Discussion Topic Responses

Week 1 : 150

Word Min

.

Grading Criteria

You are required to respond with depth, breadth and insight to the discussion question(s) as well as

one of

your class members. Your response to the discussion question(s) must be tied

back to the chapter material

and outside research is expected. When I ask you to support your answer, you are expected to combine

opinion with, minimum 2, citations, insight from your experiences, observations of others experiences, analysis

of the facts/

information and a conclusion.

PLEASE do not limit your citations to just the book!

Find other

supporting material outside of the class structure.

You are also required to answer the question posed by the

instructor and class members’. (Please note: The gu

idance outlined above will contribute to you “meeting the

expectations” for the discussion. Additional participation will contribute to a grade that will “exceed the

expectations” for the discussion

The combined original reply and two responses are worth

up to

20 points per student. The criteria

used to determine the point distribution will be:

Original Reply:

10

points

Initiated Peer

Reply (2):

8

points

Uses of sources:

2 points

Cite examples, textbook material, or your own supporting material to bac

k up your opinion.

Action:

Read the below peer discussion board posts and provide your classmate with feedback on your

opinion of their position. Do you agree and why? Do you disagree and why?

Replies

to your class members’

are intended to move the discussion forward. Telling them that they simply did a good job is not acceptable.

Statements like “I feel”, “I believe” and/or “I think” are difficult to measure and, highly, subjective. Asking a

question

or two about the position they took will move the discussion forward

.

Replies are 150

word

minimum

Class Member Discussion Topic Responses Week 1 : 150 Word Min.

Grading Criteria

You are required to respond with depth, breadth and insight to the discussion question(s) as well as one of

your class members. Your response to the discussion question(s) must be tied back to the chapter material

and outside research is expected. When I ask you to support your answer, you are expected to combine

opinion with, minimum 2, citations, insight from your experiences, observations of others experiences, analysis

of the facts/information and a conclusion. PLEASE do not limit your citations to just the book! Find other

supporting material outside of the class structure. You are also required to answer the question posed by the

instructor and class members’. (Please note: The guidance outlined above will contribute to you “meeting the

expectations” for the discussion. Additional participation will contribute to a grade that will “exceed the

expectations” for the discussion

The combined original reply and two responses are worth up to 20 points per student. The criteria

used to determine the point distribution will be:

Original Reply: 10 points

Initiated Peer Reply (2): 8 points

Uses of sources: 2 points

Cite examples, textbook material, or your own supporting material to back up your opinion.

Action: Read the below peer discussion board posts and provide your classmate with feedback on your

opinion of their position. Do you agree and why? Do you disagree and why? Replies to your class members’

are intended to move the discussion forward. Telling them that they simply did a good job is not acceptable.

Statements like “I feel”, “I believe” and/or “I think” are difficult to measure and, highly, subjective. Asking a

question or two about the position they took will move the discussion forward. Replies are 150 word

minimum