Staffing & Human Resource Development _ IBM company custom essay

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Unit title :Staffing & Human Resource Development

Could you use these books as references and the company is IBM

Lists of required texts/readings

1. Phillips, J. & Gully, S., (2012) Strategic Staffing, Pearson Prentice Hall, New Jersey.

2. Noe, R.A. & Winkler C. (2009) Employee Training and Development: for Australia and New Zealand. McGraw-Hill, Sydney


1. Current systems and practices:

Find out and identify:
 How the organisation manages staffing & HRD
 Describe what the staffing & HRD policies and practices look like

2. Theories and concepts

 You can use theories and concepts from the texts as well as from other sources, particularly from journal articles.

3. Critical analysis:

 critically analyse the above practices against contemporary theories and concepts on the extent to which the practices support or different from theories and concepts
 if possible, explain why they are different
 Some guidelines on critical thinking:
 see ASC website on activities in ‘critical thinking’ as summarised below.
 see next page for some examples on how to conduct critical analysis by linking practices and concepts/theories

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