HRM 326 Week 5 Professional Development Plan (PDP)

HRM 326 Entire Course Link HRM 326 Week 5 Professional Development Plan (PDP) Write a professional development plan for your chosen organization based on the information learned in all weeks of this course. Share your presentation from Week 4 with the Learning Team after the due date for the individual assignment passes so the team may hear your pitch or reasons why or why not to use a particular delivery method.   Incorporate the needs analysis, evaluation criteria, and one delivery method for the training program. The PDP must not exceed 2,450 words and must include the following:
  • Needs Analysis (modified based on feedback from Week 3)
  • Organizational Analysis (modified based on feedback from Week 3)
  • Team analysis (modified based on feedback from Week 3)
  • Task analysis (modified based on feedback from Week 3)
  • Learning objectives outlining what material is covered
  • Appropriate delivery method
  • Delivery methods might include but are not limited to classroom, video conference, conference call, Web-based, or podcasts.
  • The plan must be focused on one delivery method but may combine up to two methods.
  • Evaluation criteria
  • Measures and collection points
  • Timeframe
  • Expected results quantifying success, failure, and an in-between outcome
Format your paper consistent with APA standards including Title Page, heading called Abstract or Introduction [Explicitly restate the purpose and all parts of the assignment; words from the Syllabus may be used], Body of the paper with at least one citation from the Reference list; heading called Conclusion [Explicitly restate the purpose and all parts of the assignment; words from the Syllabus may be used], heading called References [List of sources in APA format] and Addendum as required.    "WRITING STYLE AND MECHANICS 2"  Abstract or Introduction and Conclusion: According to the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA), An abstract is "a brief, comprehensive summary of the contents of the article; it allows readers to survey the contents of an article quickly and, like a title, it enables persons interested in the document to retrieve it from abstracting and indexing databases" (2010, p. 25). The first line of the abstract is not indented. An abstract may range from 150 to 250 words (APA, 2010). Because an abstract is not always required for student papers, adhere to your instructor's requirements." EXAMPLE: Abstract: This paper offers information on --- Conclusion: This paper offered information on ---  Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment. Learning Team Management and Expectation
As a reminder, UOP expects that all team members will strive to optimize their respective learning team by participating regularly, demonstrating effective team working norms of behavior, and contributing substantive sections of the team assignment on the team leader's 'internal team due date schedule'.  In some instances, there may be a team member who does not choose to earn the team grade because s/he has not participated or contributed regularly and has not posted their section of the team assignment on the team leader's internal due date AFTER self-correcting their section of the paper using the CWE for APA required assignments.   In other words, it is not acceptable for team members to post a section of the team assignment the night it is due and expect the team leader and other conscientious team members to scramble to pull the assignment together at the last minute.  Should a team member choose not to make a substantive contribution in a timely manner, the team leader is instructed to leave the missing in action team member's name next to their respective blank section and upload the team assignment on time.  It is not the team leader's job to chase late or non-contributing team members.  Each team member is encouraged to complete the Peer Review after each learning team assignment to highlight the team's strengths, areas of improvement and any discrepancies.