Responsibility of Human Resources Development in the Organisation

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Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION......................................................................................................................3TASK 1.....................................................................................................................................31.1..........................................................................................................................................31.2..........................................................................................................................................41.3..........................................................................................................................................5TASK 2.......................................................................................................................................62.1..........................................................................................................................................62.2..........................................................................................................................................62.3..........................................................................................................................................7TASK 3.......................................................................................................................................83.1..........................................................................................................................................83.2..........................................................................................................................................83.3..........................................................................................................................................9TASK 4......................................................................................................................................94.1..........................................................................................................................................94.2........................................................................................................................................104.3........................................................................................................................................11CONCLUSION........................................................................................................................11REFERENCES.........................................................................................................................13
INTRODUCTIONIn the modern era, human resource development is an important aspect to make theorganisation successful. It is the major responsibility of human resources that they have tomanage all the activities in organisation effectually. The human resource department has tomake so many plans for company as well as for employees so that they can achieve success inthe long run.Present report is based on Sainsbury which is the largest supermarket in retail sectorof UK that provides various products and services to customers. Further, it also tells aboutvarious learning styles and role of learning curve which help employees to do their workproperly (Armstrong and Taylor, 2014). Moreover, different training methods have also beendiscussed in the report which are required at different levels of organisation. Along with this,role of government in training and development programme and lifelong learning has beenstudied as well.TASK 11.1There are different methods of learning styles which can be used by the manager ofSainsbury. It helps employees to perform their tasks properly for the achievement of businessobjectives. The manager can use different learning styles given by Honey and Mumford.These are explained as below:Activist –In this learning style, people learn by doing the tasks practically inorganisation. The employees have this much capability to tackle their problems. The peoplelearn new experience from other which increasetheirknowledge also. In organisation, themanger provides different activities to people so that they can learn more by doingdiscussion, competition, solving puzzles, etc. This activist theory provides many activities topeople to increase their knowledge (Avey and et. al., 2011).For example, if the leaders areproviding the training to new and existing employees in terms of conducting activities then itwill also increase the knowledge of staff for performing their work in appropriate manner.Theorist –In this, people are crucial to understand the theory behind the actions.Generally, people need some models, concepts or facts which help them to get engaged in the
learning process. Therefore, many activities are involved in this theory like stories, quotesand models, etc.There are many people who learn the things through the logic. Through thisit will easy for them to attain the take in appropriate manner.PragmatistThe people are needed that how to put the learning process into practicein real world. The time has been given to people that how to apply the learning in reality.Thepeople try new ideas and theories to see that whether they will work or not.Reflector– This learning theory is good for those people who are good observer andthink what is going to happen . Most of the people prefer experience which is different in theform of perspective and collecting data (Bratton and Gold, 2012).About my self– From the learning outcomes I have increased my knowledge indifferent fields. Through this it will develop my individual learning in better manner. Thereare many learning styles such as reflector, pragmatist which help me to increase myknowledge and skills at work place. My self confidence is also increased and it motivates meto adopt different learning styles to increase my knowledge.1.2In Sainsbury, members have to perform a number of tasks many a times. Manager ofthis company increases the level of performance of people because they observe that whetherthey are doing their work properly or not. Along with this, learning curve can be shown ongraph and it is showing the relationship between time spent and level of competenceachieved. Learning curve plays a significant role in analysing or evaluating the cost. Thiscurve also help employees that how these curve will be use. Thiscurve basically explains thecost , experience or productive curve in organisation. Through this curve, managers canmeasure employee’s ability for successfully accomplishing the organisation’s objectives. Byunderstanding different learning styles, employees can plot an effective training programmein company. In order to maximize the profits of company and utilization of resources, it isimportant to make sure that employees get motivated (Daley, 2012). Managers of Sainsburycan use the learning curve in two ways i.e. where the same task is repeated and where a bodyof knowledge learned over a period of time.Transferring of learning curve at workplace is beneficial which helps organisation tohit their targets and to increase the market share to beat the level of competition in market.
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