You have been asked by your CIPD Branch to lead a discussion at one of its events
on ‘The evolving role of HR in the contemporary business world’. You have been
asked to produce a paper for inclusion in the delegate pack. In your paper, you should
include the following:
An analysis of some of the key forces which shape the HR agenda e.g. models of
the HR function, HR strategies, insights and solutions to support business
performance, business ethics and accountability.
Compare different tools for analysing the business environment e.g. SWOT,
PESTLE, Porter’s 5 Forces etc.
Assess a range of different factors which impact on an organisation’s business
and its HR function. You should include examples of external and internal factors
to illustrate the different types of impact.
Summarise the key stages in strategy formulation and implementation with
reference to a model from the literature. You should also refer to the role of HR in
each of the stages and in particular, highlight HR’s contribution to business ethics
Give some examples of how business performance can be evaluated, making
reference to traditional and modern indicators. You should make particular
reference to the role of HR in business planning and change management with
some examples to illustrate HR’s key role.
Explain how different sources of business and contextual data can be assessed
and utilised for planning purposes e.g. internal information within the organisation
including HR metrics, industry information e.g. trends in HR, competitive
information, government information.
Another way of knowing that comes into mind when mentioning reason, is language. So, to what extent do reason and language work together to achieve certainty in history? As the framework of history depends on language and the communication of information, we need to understand the meaning of language before truth can be analyzed. In history class, our class held a discussion in which we discussed the demands of the French revolutionaries which were satisfied by 1794. Depending on how the word, “demand”, was interpreted, students came up with different responses. For example, I interpreted the word demand as the social, intellectual, economic, and religious goals of the revolutionaries. Therefore, different people reason the meaning of language differently which can cause disagreement despite access to the same facts. However, it is important to keep in mind that there are aspects of truth that cannot be described adequately with language. Moving on to the second area of knowledge, art, is focused on sense perception and emotion. We can call something art because the intentions of the artist are known; something is a work of art if the maker intended it to evoke an aesthetic response. We can call something art as the intentions of the artist are known and was intended to evoke some sort of response. Another individual can call something art by assessing the quality of the work. According to the methodology of art, art relies upon the personal knowledge of the artist and is meant to interact with the audience on an emotional level. Therefore, art and the response to art may change over time and differ between individuals because art relies on sense perception and emotion as ways of knowing. Therefore, it is accepted that there are certain standards to judge art by, but different people have different tastes based on their perceptions and emotions towards a specific piece of art. This leads to the knowledge question, to what extent are sense perception and emotion reliable in interpreting reality in the arts? Upon viewing Jackson Pollock’s Convergence painting, I personal>GET ANSWER