Topic: Week 6 (1)

Use this as your primary source:  Lamberton, L., & Minor, L (2010). Human Relations: Strategies for Success (4th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill., ISBN 007337704   Use in-text citations. List the correct authors in your REFERENCE, NOT BIBLOGRAPHY. Additionally, city and state of publication are required.   APA Reference (6th edition)

Instructions:  Annotate two points of interest from your readings in Chapters 13, 14 and 15. Note: Please bear in mind throughout the course that the “theoretical” position that you hold within the organization is that of a Human Resources Manager (HRM) as you make your recommendations. Purpose of this assignment: Think of this assignment/discussion area as a means for us to discuss the concepts, principles, and real-world applications that pertain to this week’s readings. Envision yourself, your peers, and your professor sitting in a classroom in a horseshoe table formation. I am asking each of you what you thought were the two most important human relations concepts that you read in the chapters!  To be successful in this discussion thread, you must define/describe the human relations concepts that you found to be most interesting and/or applicable to a present or past work situation. You must then explain how you would use the concept(s) to make the organization identified more effective from a human relations perspective. You must explain it within the constructs of the course purpose. Above all, you must explain the concept from a strategic perspective. In other words, your explanation should not focus on a single person, but on a mission critical department within the organization or, ideally, at the organizational level.   Grading Rubric:

1. Mentions at least two specific points of interest from your reading, not necessarily one from each chapter.

• Use vocabulary relevant to the current modules topics to describe the concepts of your points of interest. 2. Makes connections to previous or current content and/or to experiences.

• Provides a statement of clarification, provide a point of view with rationale using other posts and/or other concepts from the text.

3. Evidence of critical thought in the discussion, not just recitation of facts.

• Challenges a point of discussion, or makes a relationship between one or more points of the discussion.

4. Contains rich and fully developed new ideas, connections, and applications.

• Justifies ideas and responses by using appropriate examples and references from texts, Web sites, and other references, and/or personal experience.  Presents initial post containing two specific points from research or the readings in a professional manner (i.e., no spelling, grammar, or punctuation). 20  Makes connections to previous or current content or to experiences 20  Evidence of critical thought in the discussion, not just recitation of facts 20  Contains rich and fully developed new ideas, connections, and applications 20

 

 

Instructions:

Annotate two points of interest from your readings in Chapters 13, 14 and 15. Note: Please bear in mind throughout the course that the “theoretical” position that you hold within the organization is that of a Human Resources Manager (HRM) as you make your recommendations.

Purpose of this assignment: Think of this assignment/discussion area as a means for us to discuss the concepts, principles, and real-world applications that pertain to this week’s readings. Envision yourself, your peers, and your professor sitting in a classroom in a horseshoe table formation. I am asking each of you what you thought were the two most important human relations concepts that you read in the chapters!

To be successful in this discussion thread, you must define/describe the human relations concepts that you found to be most interesting and/or applicable to a present or past work situation. You must then explain how you would use the concept(s) to make the organization identified more effective from a human relations perspective. You must explain it within the constructs of the course purpose. Above all, you must explain the concept from a strategic perspective. In other words, your explanation should not focus on a single person, but on a mission critical department within the organization or, ideally, at the organizational level.

 

Grading Rubric:

1. Mentions at least two specific points of interest from your reading, not necessarily one from each chapter.

• Use vocabulary relevant to the current modules topics to describe the concepts of your points of interest.
2. Makes connections to previous or current content and/or to experiences.

• Provides a statement of clarification, provide a point of view with rationale using other posts and/or other concepts from the text.

3. Evidence of critical thought in the discussion, not just recitation of facts.

• Challenges a point of discussion, or makes a relationship between one or more points of the discussion.

4. Contains rich and fully developed new ideas, connections, and applications.

• Justifies ideas and responses by using appropriate examples and references from texts, Web sites, and other references, and/or personal experience.

Presents   initial post containing two specific points from research or the readings in   a professional manner (i.e., no spelling, grammar, or punctuation). 20
Makes   connections to previous or current content or to experiences 20
Evidence   of critical thought in the discussion, not just recitation of facts 20
Contains   rich and fully developed new ideas, connections, and applications 20

 

 

 

 

 

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