develop a workshop / nursing
focusing on the soft skills used for managing people. the soft approaches implies the human side of HRM.
Human Capital Theory states that organizations derive economic value from employees skills, competences, knowledge and experience (Truss C . 2012).
choose 3 soft skills for managing HR effectively/efficiently and develop for the managers of your organisation.
1. write an introduction by introducing a theme. justify yuor choice.
2. choose your 3 topics and justify why have chosen these topic for SHRM
3. align your choice with vision, mission and strategic plan
4.write 3 or 4 learning objectives for each of each of the topics. (bloom taxonomy should be used for level 5 high level for verbs)
5. choose guest speakers for your topics. justify why?
6. draw up: a tamplet for the following:
programme, evaluation form, invitations(specify number), suggest a budget, venue and date, others
8. not to exceed 2000 wards excluding table, graphs
As part of your analysis, address the following questions: 1. Critical Success Factors. As you read the case study, note particular the approach used by the IT department in gaining buy-in and involvement of the healthcare community. What was the philosophy of the IT department in developing IT solutions? What worked, what did not, and why? 2. Tradeoffs. Discuss some of the trade-offs involved in managing health IT that are brought out in this case study. How could these trade-offs impact delivery of care? (i.e. why do they matter?) For example, centralization versus decentralization of IT management and support? Build versus buy decisions? Allowing physicians to override EMR workflow, alerts, or protocols in an EMR versus requiring clinicians to follow best practice or evidenced-based standards. What else did you note? 3. Discuss the issue of standardized procedures versus individual choice that comes up in this case (especially in CPOE). How did BIDMC handle this issue? How did they go about building consensus among clinicians on standards and practice?
Assume the role of a law enforcement officer and identify the challenges inherent in evaluating staleness from the circumstances of the United States v. Leon case.
Discuss two situations where evidence would not be stale even after the passage of a considerable length of time.
Explain how the digital era has redefined the issue of evidence staleness.