Role of Human Resource Development in Apple Company

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HUMAN RESOURCEDEVELOPMENTBy Ovidiu Cernatescu1
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION............................................................................................................................3Task1................................................................................................................................................31.1 Learning styles in human resource development theory.......................................................31.2 Role of learning curve...........................................................................................................51.3 Learning styles and theories..................................................................................................6more detailed explanation required..................................................................................................7Task2................................................................................................................................................72.1 Compare training needs for Manager, Supervisor and customer service assistant................72.2 Advantages and disadvantages of training methods:.............................................................92.3 Systematic approach to plan a training and development workshop...................................10go to Apple.....................................................................................................................................11Task3..............................................................................................................................................123.1 Evaluation of training techniques........................................................................................123.2 Evaluation of training event.................................................................................................133.3 The success of the evaluation methods used.......................................................................14Task4..............................................................................................................................................154.1 Role of government in training, development and lifelong learning...................................154.2 Development of competency movement has impacted on the public and private sectors. .164.3 Assessment of contemporary training initiatives.................................................................17CONCLUSION..............................................................................................................................18REFERENCES...............................................................................................................................202
INTRODUCTIONHuman Resource Development is a process which focuses on development ofemployees by increasing their knowledge, abilities and skills by performing task withinthe organisation. It helps to train employees and boost their working power to achievethe goals of an organisation. By performing various tasks with the motivated capacitythey can enhance the value of services of a company and enlarge its brand value in themarket (Fee, 2014). By developing the technologies in the business employees canwork with the high quality demand. Here the report gives an idea about Apple who is a technology companydevelops many new products to make his market on the top. This approach focuses onthe growth of the employees who helps in achieving achieve their targets in a short spanof time. It develops an organisational culture and contributes in encouraging humanbeing and promotes their services. Companies are satisfying the needs of thecustomers by applying latest technology in their product i.e. iPhone, Macbook, iPad.Provide various facilities to employees by participating in various programmes andanalyse the market needs with an effective approach.Task11.1 Learning styles in human resource development theoryThere are various learning styles of learning , which affects the learning of humanresource management of the company. It affects the learning style of people. There are variouslearning style which can be defined as follows:Vark model: This model has been introduced since long time. It can be said that there arefour parts of the said models that are as:Visual learning.Auditory learning.Read and write learning.3
In this the model has claimed that it has been claimed that the visual learning help theemployees of business organization by enabling them in learning through various methods likegraphs charts etc. also, auditory learning will help the employee to increase their learningcapabilities through effective listening. Kolb's model: This model is based on the learning skills which is based on Experience.This model is consist of two models which can be known as abstract conceptualisationand concrete experience. Honey and mumford: his is an another method which has been developed by adapting themethod of Kolb's experiential learning model. In this model it has been explained aboutvarious learning style which are managed in accordance with the managerial experiences.It is a behavioural approach followed by the individual to understand the styles oflearning. There are various theories available to be followed by the employees in theorganisation like Kolb's Theory and according to this learning style improves thedevelopment of a person's abilities through various stages. They can covert theexperience into something meaningful and useful by analysing or planning (Armstrongand Taylor, 2014). There are various stages of learning in the progress cycle that givesresults and focuses on solving the problem. They experiments innovative idea and arewilling to work on new challenges. Here are four learning styles given by this model:Converger: They will find the practical issues to solve them with new ideas bytechnical task. They are finding the problem and makes decisions with expert andtechnology abilities (Boxall and Purcell, 2011). They experience new ideas andskills to work with practical issues.Diverger: People use the imagination in their working to solve problems. Theyconcrete many viewpoints and perspectives of different people to collectinformation.4
Assimilating: They prefer to understand the concept rather than to focus on thepeople. People will focus on the reading and exploring logical concept whichneeds to do in science field.Accommodating: They rely on the information which others provide and makinga report on them. They make a goal and work in a team to complete the task toachieve their targets (Bratton and Gold, 2012). People prefer a practicalapproach which may be on the basis of thought.Apple has a very large scope in market and focuses on analysing the variousinformation which can be logical or scientific also. Employees by their innovative ideasmake some report and apply technologies in their product and service. Company carryout the survey which helps in identifying the customer survey. With the help of this, theymake the desired product available in the market.1.2 Role of learning curveIt is used by the company to calculate the time required in production and costanalysis for per unit for a particular operation. Curve shows through a diagram foranalysing the skill and experience of the employees (Crook and et. al., 2011). This itincreases the efficiency and growing experience by developing in the skill and quality.Employees are working in the improved environment and setting up the objective toachieve them.5
Significance of knowledge transfer: It helps to the employees to develop theirexperience and leadership quality (Daley, 2012). They can take effective decision byusing their skills in the operations. Learning programmes effectively apply in thecompany to develop the expertise in the various fields. Apple can encourage itsemployees to share their ideas and achieve their best performance. Employees gotmotivated by these programmes and bring their efforts to achieve the aim of a company.They should work collectively to get the best opportunities by various learningprogrammes. Impact of learning curve and knowledge transfer:By exchanging the knowledge between the employees and managers they canbuild their skill and capability to work (Gatewood., Feild and Barrick, 2015). They canexchange their experience by using various tactics through the communication.Learning curve shows that where they are lacking in his performance and try to find outthem. They can improve their performance gap according the requirements. Learningactivities increases the working power, effective planning, close to the outcomes andcareer power. It gives support to the advance learning activities and supervises therequired steps which need to follow by them. Through various tool they can face manychallenges with the efficiency and could get some achievements with this. Apple followsthis curve and makes necessary improvements according to the adjustments.Employees face many challenges in the organisation and make new strategies tocomplete them.1.3 Learning styles and theoriesRole of learning styles and theories:It focuses on employee development and improves their competency power.Methods of many learning styles are applied in the organisation for the successfulexecution. It is designed to achieve many targets by which they can evaluate theindividual need (Jackson. Schuler and Werner, 2011). There are many learning theoriesavailable to fulfil the necessity of an organisationRelationship between learning theory and style:6

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