CURRENT HR ISSUES
SKILLS REQUIRED FOR HR MANAGERS
Ankita Sharma (H11006)
Anusheel Shrivastava (H11009)
Himanshu Gupta (H11020)
Kriti Jain (H11026)
Guided by: Prof. Srimannarayana M
4.HR KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS17
5.BENCHMARKING HR SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE WITH THE HRM SYLLABUS19
5.1.2MDI (Management Development Institute), Gurgaon21
5.1.3TISS (Tata Institute of Social Sciences), Mumbai23
5.2International Business Schools25
5.2.1Carlson School of Management25
5.2.2Michigan State University27
Table of Figures
Figure 1: Profile of Respondents7
Figure 2: Geographical Orientation of Companies8
Figure 3: Organizational Strength9
Figure 4: Management Level of Respondents10
Figure 5: HR role of respondents11
Figure 6: Gender of Respondents12
Figure 7: Level at which respondents began their career13
Figure 8: Field in which respondents began their career14
Figure 9: Graphical representation of major issues15
Figure 10: Graphical Representation of major skills required for a HR manager17
This project aims at identifying the current issues and challenges that Human Resources faces, recognizing the level of knowledge required by aspiring HR managers and benchmarking the HR skills and knowledge with the syllabus of XLRI and three other Indian and international programmes.
The objectives of the project are:
1. To identify the issues and challenges HR faces
2. To find out the level of specific knowledge, and skills required for HR managers in making 3. To draw the profile of HR professionals, and
4. To benchmark HR skills and knowledge with HR programmes in India and abroad
A questionnaire containing three parts, designed by Professor Srimannarayana, was administered to the respondents.
Part 1 – 42 HR issues
Part 2 – 63 Knowledge and Skills
Part 3 – General information required to draw the profile of HR professionals
In order to ensure objectivity of the data, the Professor had asked for the questionnaire to be administered on HR professionals with a minimum of two years of experience. Also, we were asked to approach at least two respondents who belonged to the following categories:
a) Manufacturing Organization
b) Senior Management Position
c) Public Sector Undertaking
On obtaining the responses (11 in number), the data was analysed using quantitative and qualitative techniques. Through this process, the most relevant and critical HR issues, skills and knowledge areas were identified.
The shortlisted issues, skills and knowledge were then compared and benchmarked with the syllabus of the two year HR programmes of XLRI and three other Indian and international institutes.
Based on the above comparison, certain suggestions have been made in order to align the course syllabus with the relevant HR issues and skills of the present day industry. The filled in questionnaires have been appended to the report.
|Respondent|Industry |Ownership |Level of |Role |Years of |Years of experience | |No. | | |Management | |experience in HR |in fields other than| | | | | | | |HR | |R1 |Engineering |Public |Lower |Generalist |8 |1 | |R2 |Engineering |Public |Middle...