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Module 2 DQ 1 10.0 Identify an organizational-levelgoal that would be incorporatedinto an annual business strategy
(e.g., financial performance,
service, productivity, competitive
advantage, innovation.). Develop three
organizational development strategies
relating to HRM you would utilize as
a manager to support this goal. Create
the goals utilizing SMART (specific,
measurable, attainable, realistic,
and timely) criteria, specifically
identifying how the goal will be
measured using evidence-based HRM.


Module 2 DQ 2 10.0 Access the Scenario Generator. Createa scenario for Project 1: StrategicHRM Proposal. The characteristics
of this scenario should differ from
the characteristics in your Scenario
Generator Report. Briefly compare
and contrast these characteristics
with the characteristics in your
Scenario Generator Report. How would
organizational strategy differ between
the two scenarios?

Module 4 DQ 1 10.0 The purpose of this discussion questionis to share with your classmates thenature of your Scenario Generator
Report, and for you to have the
opportunity to compare ideas and
understanding with your colleagues.
Attach a copy of your Scenario
Generator Report.
Summarize the general characteristics
of your organization.
In subsequent posts for Module 4,
compare the characteristics of your
organization with that of your


Module 4 DQ 2 10.0 Organizations can avoid investing in training and development activitiesbecause it is difficult to quantify
the ROI (return on investment). As
a manager who has identified a need
for training and development in your Module 6 DQ 2 10.0 Managers share responsibility foremployee performance and have anactive role to play in the performance management cycle. Terminology that is
often used to describe the actions of
a manager in the performance management
cycle include coaching, counseling,
corrective action, progressive
disciplinary plan, and termination.
Define each of these terms, the 
circumstances under which they are
utilized, and their intended purpose.
You may also include a description of
the terms and processes used by your


Module 6 DQ 1 10.0 Discuss the components and purposeof types of leaves-of-absence,including FMLA, military, personal,
and sabbaticals. If the leave type is
mandated by law, discuss the employer
responsibilities and benefits to the

Module 7 DQ 1 10.0 Effective managers can successfullylocate and apply relevant humanresources laws and regulations. The
United States Department of Labor
website is an excellent source of
reliable information.
Access the search box of the U.S.
Department of Labor website located at
Choose three laws from the list below
to research:
Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPPA)
Consolidated Omnibus Reconciliation Act
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
Worker Adjustment and Retraining
Notification Act (WARN)
Employment Retirement Income Security
National Labor Relations Act (NLRA) 
Uniformed Services Employment and
Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA)
Sarbanes-Oxley Act (See whistleblower
protection provisions.)
For each of your three chosen laws,
provide a bulleted list of five or six
relevant facts that you believe have
significance for line managers.

Discussion Module 7 DQ 2 10.0 Question Do you think there is a difference
between diversity management and
affirmative action? Please provide an
explanation for your response.

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