Guidelines for Long Analytical Paper

Guidelines for Long Analytical Paper

Course Number: Course Name: Human Resource Management

Instructor:

Summer 2018-Online

Assignment: Outline and Summary and the Long Analytical Paper

By July 15th you must provide me with a brief introduction as to how you plan to approach the long paper, and a simple outline. Once I see this I may be able to provide you with additional materials that are more directed to your individual topic.

This is a six (6) page analytical paper that requires you to do additional research on your “employer of choice – Capital one’’ and analyze the company’s HR practices based on at least two of the remaining Ulrich frames, Administrative Expert, Change Agent or Strategic. If you find it impossible to locate information that is specific to your individual company, look at the industry (Marriott – hospitality industry). In this paper you will demonstrate the ability to apply theory and content presented in class and readings from the text, Human Resource Champion. Due no later than July 29th.

This paper will be like the Short Analytical paper where you looked at the organization from Ulrich’s Employee Champion perspective. Below you will find some resources that may be helpful.

Caldwell, R. (2010). Are HR Business Partner Competency Models Effective? Applied HRM Research. Vol. 12(1). Pgs. 40-58

Yusoff, Y. M. (2012). The path from administrative expert to a strategic partner role: A literature reviewInterdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business. Vol. 3(9)

Lawler, E. E. & Boudreau, J. W. (n.d.) What makes HR a strategic partner? Center for Effective

Organizations.

Lambert. (2009). The effective HR business partner role. Corporate Research Forum: Society for

Human Resource Management.

Long, C. S. (2013). Transformation of HR professions to be a change agent: Realistic Goal or Just a DreamJournal of Advanced Management Science. Vol 1(1).

Long, C. S. (2008). The vital roles for HR professional: a study on the manufacturing companies in

Malaysia. Journal of Advanced Management Science. Vol 3(2).

Rafat, M, Mahboobeh, S. & Amir, J. (2012). Analysis of HR role in hospitals using the Ulrich modelAfrican Journal of Business Management. Vol. 6(5).


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