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You are expected to adopt a critical approach to the way that you analyse the scenario organisation and make recommendations for change. You present the recommendations as a consultancy report that addresses a transition described in an assigned scenario.
Your Final Project in this module consists of two parts:
Part 1: HRM Consultancy Report
? Section 1: Organisational change scenario analysis (1,000 words)
? Section 2: Analysis of organisational solutions (3,000 words)
? Section 3: Conclusions(1,000 words)
You will prepare a consulting report that will follow this general outline:
Final Project Part 1: HRM Consultancy Report
• Section 1: Organisational change scenario analysis
Based on the assigned scenario and Individual Assignments from the units, students will prepare the first section of the HRM Consultancy Report, an analysis of the potential people management issues at play in the chosen scenario organisation which should include the following elements:
Describe the scenario organisation and its upcoming transition: Your selected scenario provides options; explain the options that you will address. Your scenario is opening a new office Lanx.
Opening a new overseas office?Lanx, a UK-based, textile-manufacturing firm is opening a new plant in Delhi, India. Lanx has enjoyed marked growth in the UK and determines that it can reduce long-term manufacturing costs by having a presence in Delhi. Selected current Lanxmanagers, who are all UK nationals and have worked in the UK-office for more than 5 years, will relocate and manage Delhi employees onsite. The selected Lanx managers were chosen for their company experience, performance record and ability to lead diverse groups. However, none of the selected managers has had extensive intercultural communication training.
You may also wish to suggest additional choices not mentioned in the scenario brief and creatively provide other details as you describe your scenario. In addition, you may provide further context/details and selected options for your scenario, either based on your own experience and/or other case examples with which you are familiar. Just be sure to address the implications of these details as you propose solutions in Section 2 of the HRM Consultancy Report.
An organisational analysis of the scenario:
What organisational issues might the scenario transition create and what are the people management implications of this transition?
What HRM approaches may need to be revised and/or new ones introduced?
Section 2: Analysis of organisational solutions (3,000 words)
Based on the assigned scenario, students will prepare the second section of the Report that will follow this general outline:
Theoretical Analysis: Include an introduction critically analysing two or three OB/HR matrix relationships that are relevant within your scenario. Identify theories of organisationalbehaviour relevant to the scenario and discuss what HRM approaches are associated and/or linked to these theories. How might the relevant theories be operationalised through specific HRM approaches/practices in the scenario (Unit 1)?
Identification of Issues: List at least three key human resource issues that have the potential to impact the scenario for which you intend to propose solutions. One of your three issues should include how managers in the scenario organisation will develop teams composed of employees from varying cultures and geographic locations effectively (Unit 4).
Assume that one of the scenario organisation's goals is to build a diverse workforce. Critically analyse the role of the adoption of diversity management initiatives in building a diverse workforce and what particular impact diversity might have to developing teams in your scenario organisation (Unit 2). Consider issues of power and politics that may arise within and across teams (Unit 3) as a consequence of the pending changes in your scenario organisation.
Depending on the issues you chose, you might also wish to discuss how performance management systems could aid the organisation in addressing these issues (Unit 5). Examples of other issues might include how to address recruitment and selection or training and development. Critically consider the organisational needs of the scenario (as well as any additional options or details you have chosen) and determine other issues that may be at play and how you might address them.
Proposed Solutions to Issues: Describe your suggested solutions for addressing the three issues within the scenario organisation. Your solutions should suggest approaches to organisation and management that are appropriate for the scenario and should explain how organisationalbehaviour theories are relevant to the solutions. Explain how your proposed HRM approach solutions are connected to organisationalbehaviour(s).
Provide an analysis and critique of the implications of each suggested solution (from item c above) for managers in the scenario organisation. Are there implications of your suggested solutions for which the organisation should plan? Are there potential stakeholder reactions that might need to be managed? Include a comparison of the solutions as appropriate.
Section 3: Conclusions
Write a conclusion summarising thoughts on the solutions proposed and explaining how the implementation of the proposed solutions may impact organisational needs and managerial capabilities:
Include potential impacts on employees' reaction or resistance to change and the people management issues that may result from the implementation
Include any insights gained from completing the critique.
Cite your references in Harvard format.
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The analysis of the overall organisation and the change management is an important condition and requirement considering the wide range of changes which are expected to be in place with the implementation of the overall processes and management of the work. The entire organisation will have a change and hence there would be processing of the change management.
The changes occur in the working pattern of the employees and the individuals and these changes are important to be monitored well and administered in the light of changing requirements of the management. In view of the changes which the management proposes and the overall nature and form of management there is a requirement to administer these changes in proper form.
In the current case under consideration the management is intending to implement a change and that change is intended to be in the working location of the employees of the company. At present the organisation is divided into the larger segment and is located in the UK primarily. The organisation has a large and a long experience of working professionals. However all of them have an experience of working in the UK only.