Training and Development

Training and Development

Paper details:

These assignments should be done by the same writer because they are linked together. two pages each .

Unit Assignments
Unit I Mini Project
HRD/OD Interview Preparation
This is a two part assignment, with the first part due in Unit I and the second part due in Unit III.
Identify an organization that you have access to in order to conduct an interview with an HRD/OD professional. The organization can be your current employer, a Fortune 500 organization, or a selected organization approved by your instructor.
1. Provide a one paragraph overview of the organization, describing the history, scope, size, and purpose.
2. Schedule an appointment with the organization’s HRD/OD professional, and submit the date, time, name, position, and contact information of interviewee along with your overview.
[Preview into Unit III’s HRD/OD Interview Mini Project]
Conduct an interview with the HRD/OD professional selected in part one of this assignment. Cover at least the following topics in the interview:
1. top three-five successes/areas of influence of HRD/OD practitioners,
2. top three-five obstacles of HRD/OD practitioners, and
3. keys to success in strategic planning of HRD.
Remember that interviews do not always consist solely of asking questions; research the organization you have chosen and be prepared for an in-depth discussion. Make up a list of questions to ask your guest during the interview. This is your opportunity to learn from a professional who has been in the industry. Once you have completed the interview, submit a two-page report on your findings from the interview. Consider what you learned and how you can apply it to your career path.

Unit III Mini Project
HRD/OD Interview
Conduct an interview with the HRD/OD professional selected in Unit I of this assignment. Cover at least the following topics in the interview:
1. top three-five successes/areas of influence of HRD/OD practitioners,
2. top three-five obstacles of HRD/OD practitioners, and
3. keys to success in strategic planning of HRD.
Remember that interviews do not always consist solely of asking questions; research the organization you have chosen and be prepared for an in-depth discussion. Make up a list of questions to ask your guest during the interview. This is your opportunity to learn from a professional who has been in the industry. Once you have completed the interview, submit a two-page minimum report on your findings from the interview. Consider what you learned and how you can apply it to your career path.

Texbook :werner jm & desimone rl 2012 human resource development sixth edition