Professional Development of an Organisation

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY15
INTRODUCTION16
BUSINESS PLANS AND OBJECTIVES16
INTERNAL ANALYSIS17
EXTERNAL ANALYSIS18
SKILLS KNOWLEDGE AND COMPETENCIES REQUIRED21
SKILLS AUDIT22
IMPACT ANALYSIS24
TRAINING OBJECTIVES25
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PLAN26
Costing28
Purpose of Training Evaluation29
Process of training evaluation30
RISK ASSESSMENT31
CONCLUSION32
BIBLIOGRAPHY33

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

This report helps to view the areas of staff development and also the requirements of the staffs in our organisation. This will be done by using various types of analysis and audits. It also finds the gaps in the employee skills and also creates an action plan for supporting Continuous Professional Development by using Staff Training and Development Plan. It also overlooks the risk assessment and the present suggestions to implement the plan.

INTRODUCTION

According to Professional Associations Research Network “Continuous professional development is defined as any process or activity that provides added value to the value to the capability of the professional through the increase in knowledge, skills and personal qualities necessary for the appropriate execution of professional and technical duties, often termed competence”. CPDis necessary to increase knowledge and skills of an individual. CPD is a process which has relevance for all employees. Continuous development should lead simultaneously both to individuals growth and improvements in organisational efficiency.

Shilpa Indian Restaurant a single owned property which is located in the Hammersmith. This restaurant serves authentic South Indian Kerala Cuisine with some North Indian Dishes with covers of 40.

BUSINESS PLANS AND OBJECTIVES

The difference between short, medium and long term plans are the time frame of each implication that has in the nature of the business. Short term means generally those relating to that financial year i.e. up to a year away. Medium term objectives means generally relate to a period of 18 months to three years or sometime five years which ever appropriate for the organisation and people setting the objectives. Long term objectives are generally more aspiration in nature which relates to a period of 5year or more. (By Philip Wilkinson) www.smallbusiness.co.uk

Shiplap Restaurant Medium term plan is to create a reputation than their competitors. To achieve this some more plans will be included which is also a medium term plans. •To renovate the restaurant

Introduce new products
New style of service

INTERNAL ANALYSIS

The main objective of the restaurant is to get more reputation than our competitor. For this VRIO Analysis will be suitable for our organization.

VRIO Analysis

Valuable

A resource is valuable if it helps the organisation to meet an opportunity or threat. When it may not help the firm out perform its competitors and can be termed as strength. For analyze the valuable we have to look about the efficiency, quality, customer responsiveness and innovation. If any of these four things was positive then it is valuable.

Rare

To analyze whether our resource is rare and check whether it is not widely possessed by competitors.

Inimitable

Check whether our resource is imitated by others or competitors.

Organized

To analyze whether the resource is organized by the firm and is able to use it.

(http://falcon.jmu.edu/~gallagsr/WDFPD-Internal.pdf)

After using the VRIO analysis with the resources product, décor are follows

Whereas first column is service, second is product, third one is décor.

|Valuable? |Rare? |Costly to Imitate? |Exploitable by the |Competitive |Economic |Strengths or Weaknesses | | | | |Organization?...
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