You are on page 1of 10

DRIVE- SUMMER 2016

SEMESTER-3RD
Subject Code and Name: MU0010 Manpower Planning and Resourcing

Q1. Define the term manpower planning. Explain the need for manpower planning. What
are the advantages of manpower planning?
(Definition of manpower planning, Need for manpower planning, Advantages of manpower planning) 3, 3,
4
Answer:
Definitions of manpower planning:According to K. F. Turkmen manpower planning

Q2. What do you mean by manpower forecasting? Why is it necessary? Explain the types of
manpower forecasting.
(Meaning of manpower planning, Necessity of forecasting, Explanation of the types of manpower
forecasting) 2, 2, 6
Answer:
Meaning of manpower planning:Manpower planning is very essential for continued existence of the business. It is a process in which the
HR department tries to understand their strength of current manpower and prepares for the future.
Effectiveness of Manpower planning is to hiring the right number of people at the right place and at the
right time for doing the right things.

Q3. The latest trend in recruitment is the E-Recruitment. Write a brief note on this Erecruitment.
(Meaning and example of e-recruitment, Kinds of e-recruitment, Online recruitment techniques,
Advantages and disadvantages) 2, 2, 3, 3
Answer:
E-Recruitment:-

The buzzword and the latest trend in recruitment is the E-Recruitment or Online recruitment. In this
internet based tools are used to assist the recruitment processes. E.g.: naukri.com, careers section of the
organization website etc.

Q4. Explain the necessity and types of induction.


(Necessity of induction, Types of induction) 3, 7
Answer:
Necessity of induction
The Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (ACAS) recommends that your induction programme
should include:

Q5. Define talent engagement. Why is it important? What are the driving factors of talent
engagement?
(Definition of talent engagement, Importance of talent engagement, Driving factors of talent engagement)
4, 3, 3
Answer:
Talent Engagement
Talent engagement is the concept which explains the degree to which talent (employee) is emotionally
bonded to his organization and passionate
Q6. Describe employee exit process and operational responsibilities. Differentiate between
exit surveys and exit interviews.
(Explanation of employee exit process, Operational responsibilities in exit process, Difference between exit
surveys and exit interviews) 3, 3, 4
Answer:
Employee Exit Process
The employee who wants to resign will discuss with his Manager, submits his resignation to his Manager.
The Manager should put his comments on the resignation letter and forward it to HR.

PLEASE

CONTACT

US

TO

GET

HELP

IN

FULLY

SOLVED

SMU

ASSIGNMENTS/SYNOPSIS/PROJECT REPORT/MODEL PAPERS MCQS.


CONTACT:
EMAIL ID=

mrinal833@gmail.com

PHONE NO=

(9706665232/9706665251)

WEBSITE=

http://www.smuassignmentandproject.com/

ASSIGNMENT
DRIVE SUMMER 2016
PROGRAM MBA (SEM 3)
SUBJECT CODE & NAME MU0011 Management and Organizational Development
BK ID B1726 CREDIT & MARKS 4 Credits, 60 marks

QNO1.Define Organizational Development (OD).What are the characteristics of OD?


Definition of Organizational Development
Explain the characteristics of OD

2
8

Answer Organizational Development (OD)


Bennis, 1969 defines OD as a response to change, a complex educational strategy intended to change the
beliefs, attitudes, values, and structure of organisations so that they can better adapt to new technologies,
markets, and challenges, and the dizzying rate of change itself.

QNO2.As an HR, you find that the OD professional in your organization is not competent
enough. What are the competencies you will consider in a good OD professional?
Explain any ten competencies required for OD professional
ANS

10

To be effective, all OD practitioners must possess the following basic knowledge, skills and attitudes which
are listed below:
1. Intrapersonal skills: As OD is a highly, uncertain process which requires constant adjustment and
innovation, OD practitioner must possess good learning skills and must
QNO3 Discuss the Ethical Dilemmas in practicing OD

10

Explain the ethical dilemmas in practicing OD


ANSWER There are three conditions that must be present for a situation to be considered an ethical dilemma.
The first condition occurs in situations when an individual, called the agent, must make a decision about
which course of action is best.

QNO4. What is Performance Appraisal? What are the purposes and characteristics of
Performance Appraisal? Describe the steps in Performance Appraisal System.

Definition of Performance Appraisal


1
Describing the purposes of Performance Appraisal
2
Describing the characteristics of Performance Appraisal
3
Explanation of the steps in Performance Appraisal System 4

ANSPerformance appraisal is also known as performance evaluation or performance review. It is the most
crucial phase of the performance management process. Performance

QNO5.What is a Learning Organization? Discuss the attributes of a learning organization.


Explain the various learning disciplines in learning organization .

Definition of a Learning organization


Describing the attributes
Explaining the five basic learning disciplines

2
3
5

ANS
There is still a considerable disagreement among theorists about what kind of organization has to be called
as the learning organization and a wide variety of approaches are present.
QNO6. Write short notes:

a) Role Analysis Technique (RAT)


b) Reward Systems

Meaning and steps in RAT


Meaning, objectives and types of rewards 5+5=10

ANS
The Productivity and Rewards Program has been primarily designed to:
Manage incremental progression for the achievement of consistent satisfactory performance and
address below standard performance through the withholding of incremental progression;
Provide one off bonuses

PLEASE

CONTACT

US

TO

GET

HELP

IN

FULLY

SOLVED

ASSIGNMENTS/SYNOPSIS/PROJECT REPORT/MODEL PAPERS MCQS.


CONTACT:
EMAIL ID=

mrinal833@gmail.com

PHONE NO=

(9706665232/9706665251)

WEBSITE=

http://www.smuassignmentandproject.com/

ASSIGNMENT DRIVE SUMMER 2016


PROGRAM MBA (SEM 3)
SUBJECT CODE & NAME MU0012 Employee Relations Management
BK ID B1734 CREDIT &MARKS 4 Credits, 60 marks
QNO1. Define Strategy. Describe the different strategy levels in an organization

Definition of Strategy
Explain the different strategy levels in an organization

ANSWER -

2
8

SMU

Johnson and scoles defines sreategy as "Strategy is the direction and scope of an organisation over
the long-term: which achieves advantage for the organisation through its configuration of resources within
a challenging environment, to meet the

QNO2.What do you mean by Human Resource Information System (HRIS)? Describe the
various modules of HRIS. Discuss some of the HRIS software.

A Definition of HRIS
2
Explain any five modules of HRIS 5
Describe any three examples of HRIS software

ANS HRIS - Human resource information system is a software application that caters to the human resource
information that needs for

QNO3. As an HR of a Company, you are asked to focus on the causes of Grievance and the
Grievance handling procedure. What according to you are the reasons of Grievance?
Explain the pre-requisites you will consider while addressing Grievance handling
procedure .
Explain the causes of Grievance

Describe the essential pre-requisites of a Grievance Handling procedure 7


ANS Grievance means any type of dissatisfaction or discontentments arising out of factors related to an
employees job which he thinks are unfair. A grievance arises when an employee feels that something has
happened or is happening

QNO4 Discuss the Collective Bargaining Process and its issues A

Explaining the Collective Bargaining process 5


Explaining the Collective Bargaining issues 5

ANS Collective Bargaining Process:


Having understood what collective bargaining is, let us now discuss the general process involved in
collective bargaining and negotiation towards resolving employee issues. The process includes
negotiations between an employer and a group of employees

QNO5.What is a Trade Union and What are its activities? Explain the functions of Trade
Unions.

Meaning of Trade Union 2


Describing the activities of Trade Unions 4
Explaining the Functions of Trade Unions 4

ANSWER
A trade union (British English trades union and amalgamation are also used), labour union (Canadian
English) or labor union (American English) is an organization of workers who have united together to
achieve common goals such as protecting the integrity of its trade, achieving higher pay, increasing the
number of employees an employer

QNO6 Write a brief note on the following:


a) Trait theory
b)ERG theory

Meaning and concept of Trait theory


Meaning and concept of ERG theory

5
5

ANS
A) In 1936, psychologist Gordon All port found that one English-language dictionary alone contained more
than 4,000 words describing different personality traits. He categorized these traits into three levels:
Cardinal Traits:

PLEASE

CONTACT

US

TO

GET

HELP

IN

FULLY

ASSIGNMENTS/SYNOPSIS/PROJECT REPORT/MODEL PAPERS MCQS.


CONTACT:
EMAIL ID=

mrinal833@gmail.com

PHONE NO=

(9706665232/9706665251)

WEBSITE=

http://www.smuassignmentandproject.com/

SOLVED

SMU

ASSIGNMENT DRIVE SUMMER 2016


PROGRAM MBA (SEM 3)
SUBJECT CODE & NAME - MU0013 HR Audit
BK ID B1735 CREDIT & MARKS 4 Credits, 60 marks

QNO1. Define Human Resource Planning (HRP).Discuss the objectives of Human Resource
Planning.

Meaning of Human Resource Planning.


Explain the four main objectives of Human Resource Planning

2
8

ANSWER Managing human resource effectively is very important for every organization. Human resource planning
is a method for any company to

QNO2.Suppose you have joined as an HR and you are asked to carry out the HR Audit
process in your organization. What are the methods you will consider while implementing
the HR Audit process?

Explain the methods involved in the HR Audit process

10

ANSWER Methods used in the HR Audit process are:


Interviews - In order to ascertain what the top management thinks about the future plans and
opportunities available for the company, the auditors conduct individual interviews with the members of
the top management.

QNO3.What are the areas of HR Audit? Explain any four of them

Listing the areas of HR Audit.


Explaining any four of them.

ANSWER HR audit is performed are as follows:

1
9

Audit of HR planning
Audit of HR development
Audit of training
QNO4. What do you mean by HR Scorecard? Explain the steps undertaken to approach a
Human Resource Scorecard
Definition of HR Scorecard
Explaining the steps in HR Scorecard Approach

2
8

ANSWER HR scorecard:
HR scorecard measures
QNO5 .Write a brief note on the effectiveness of Human Resource Development Audit as an
intervention

Explaining the Effectiveness of Human Resource Development Audit as an intervention 10

Answer Effectiveness of Human Resource Development Audit as an Intervention


In any firm, along with the optimal utilisation of other resources, human resources should also be
exploited to its maximum potential.

Q6 What do you mean by Employee Orientation Programmes? List out some points of Good
employee orientation programmes.

Definition of Employee Orientation Programmes


List of Good employee orientation programmes 5+5=10

Answer Employee orientation programmes are given to new employees at a place of business or work. It helps
employees to speed up and

PLEASE

CONTACT

US

TO

GET

HELP

IN

FULLY

ASSIGNMENTS/SYNOPSIS/PROJECT REPORT/MODEL PAPERS MCQS.


CONTACT:
EMAIL ID=

mrinal833@gmail.com

PHONE NO=

(9706665232/9706665251)

WEBSITE=

http://www.smuassignmentandproject.com/

SOLVED

SMU