Part One: Show and Tell
In this discussion you will have the opportunity to share metrics you have discovered in your research, or have created from your own knowledge and experience, with your fellow learners. To do this, respond to the following:
Post three different HRM practices you are considering for your project.
Briefly explain the issue that each strategy or practice is being designed to address or improve and then introduce the metric you will use to measure success.
Be sure to cite the source for each metric, including any you have developed and any assumptions you made about the metric/process. Part Two: On the Hot Seat
It has been a couple of months since you first appealed to your colleagues on the executive leadership team to champion a shift away from capturing employee feedback as a stand-alone transactional process to viewing feedback as an integral part of a culture that supports and facilitates employee engagement. Many managers are reporting that their employees seem happier, and these managers have shared that they had not realized how much their employees had to contribute. Unfortunately, though not surprisingly, several other managers are reluctant to do more than traditional annual surveys and are pushing back against their VPs, wanting to understand the business case for this change. They believe that their departments are already effective, and they do not see a reason to seek more input from their employees. Your peers have come to you for advice on how to answer these questions.
What would you say?
Use Byrne’s Understanding Employee Engagement text to complete the following:
Read Chapter 6, “How Do We Assess Employee Engagement and Choose a Good Measure?,” pages 98124.
Read Biron and Bamberger’s 2011 article, “More Than Lip Service: Linking the Intensity of Empowerment Initiatives to Individual Well-Being and Performance,” from International Journal of Human Resource Management, volume 22, pages 258278.
Read Chapman’s 2011 article, “Accountability Drives Success,” from Canadian HR Reporter, volume 24, issue 19, page 35.
Read Yeung and Berman’s 1997 article, “Adding Value Through Human Resources: Reorienting Human Resource Measurement to Drive Business Performance,” from Human Resource Management, volume 36, issue 3, pages 321335.
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