HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT

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HUMAN RESOURCEDEVELOPMENT
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................11.1 Different learning styles...................................................................................................11.2 Role of learning curve and importance of transferring learning......................................31.3 Contribution of learning styles and theories.....................................................................4TASK 2............................................................................................................................................42.1 Training needs at different levels within Audi.................................................................42.2 Methods of training..........................................................................................................5TASK 3............................................................................................................................................62.3 Systematic approach to training.......................................................................................6TASK 4............................................................................................................................................73.1 & 3.2 Tools and techniques for evaluation.......................................................................73.3 Success of evaluation method..........................................................................................84.1 Role of government in training, development and lifelong learning................................94.2 Competency movement made an impact on both the public and private sector..............94.3 Assessing initiatives impacting organization.................................................................10CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................10REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................111
LIST OF FIGURESFigure 1: Kolb learning Style..........................................................................................................2Figure 2: Learning Curve.................................................................................................................32
INTRODUCTIONHuman Resource Development (HRD) is a structure which helps employees to developtheir individual and organizational skills, abilities and knowledge. HRD also includes training ofnew and existing employee, their career development, performance management, coaching,mentoring etc. To understand the need of HRD in business enterprise, the present report isprepared based on Audi. It is a German car manufacturer company and it is making its presencein luxury automobile sector by their innovative designs and engineering. This present report isbased on understanding various learning styles theory and how these theories are used in theorganization to transfer learning. Further, it also focuses on training needs at various levelswithin corporate and explains strategies for development.TASK 11.1 Different learning stylesEmployees working at Audi are from different background and geographical areas; thisindicates that their understanding aspect is different. This also reflects that, they react differentlyfor a particular situation. Some learning styles are explained below:Kolb's learning style:-David Kolb is the founder of this theory which states that individuals usually follow fourdifferent learning styles which revolve around learning cycle and it includes 4 major stages.Diverging style-Under this, employees watch and observe other personnel withincorporate that how theyare performing task so that same can be done by them as well(Kolb and Kolb, 2005).It is an individual focused learning style where employees aregood in artistic and brain works.Assimilating style-Employees who follows these skills have pure and conceptualknowledge of every task and duties. These individuals are excellent in innovating and indoing scientific research.Accommodating styles-This style within Audi is used by manpower that follows more oftheir inner feelings as compared with practical reasoning. They believe on their intuitionsinstead of logical explanation.3