All the steps and guidelines for everything are kept in a PowerPoint I made that is basically a step by step tutorial on what to do for each thing. 1.2 Explain the purpose of planning work, and being accountable to others for own work. Planning is essential to manage your time in a constructive way to complete the actions to be carried out. Planning helps to be organised on a day-to-day, weekly and monthly basis. While planning you have to obtain as many details about the piece of work you are doing to enable you to produce your work as efficiently as possible.
The process consists of ongoing, day-to-day operations, which include initiating, planning, executing, monitoring/controlling and closing (Mauk, 2009). In the initiating stage, the project is defined and/or a phase of an existing project is redefined to achieve optimal success. During the planning stage, the scope of the project, objectives and the order of action is developed. Next, executing the specifications of the project that has been outlined begin. Then the monitoring/controlling stage lets the team adjust any specifications that may become costly in the course of executing or modify specifications that may have been overlooked during the planning stage.
They need to identify and understand the developmental needs of the employees. They must also ensure that all key employees understand their career paths and the roles they are being developed to fill. Companies devise elaborate methods to characterize their succession and development practices. The first step is to identify key roles for succession or replacement planning . Then the organisation must define the competencies and motivational profile required to undertake those roles.
It is very important to ensure that all staff members have the necessary skills and have undertaken suitable developmental activities to complete the work they are given. As a manager it is important to look over and carefully calculate the time and cost on a regular basis to make sure it’s cost effective so the organization isn’t losing money. Having regular consultations (meetings, brainstorming sessions, project groups etc.) are also highly expected from a manager as it provides prompt and constructive feedback to the employee. Which will help to suggest improvements that will increase resource efficiency and effectiveness; as employees use resources everyday to get there job done and will know what works and what doesn’t.
This task covers criteria P1, P2, P3 & M1. Task to be handed in on __________________ P4 - Demonstrate working effectively as a team member and team leader dealing with any conflict or difficult situations P5 - Review the teams overall effectiveness and own contribution to achieving goals D1 - Evaluate the teams overall effectiveness in meeting goals, making recommendations for improvements. Task 2 Carry out team work activity and then complete a report. When carrying out the activity the following records need to be kept: • Job roles decisions • Minutes of meeting • Aims set • Observation records will need to be filled in These records will be used to help complete the report Task 3 The report needs to discuss: • Description of the activity • Each person’s role in the team and their
Assessment Activity # 4 The best way to manage and monitor performance is to make plans and set goals. Goals need to be supported by plans so it is easier to keep track on achievements, they also help them members follow through and achieve their targets and goals to self-manage their performance. Managers need to clearly identify and communicate the work standard expected. They need to ensure that all team members know what customer service standards should be adhered to and what it means to exceed customer expectations. * Conduct regular market research and performance reviews * Ensure each team member has individual job criteria so they know what their goals are and what is expected of them.
Outline how you, as an organisational leader, would gather information about continuous improvement needs and would contribute to and implement continuous improvement initiatives. Draft a memo to employees providing information about changes to plans and operations, the outcomes of continuous improvement efforts. Lastly, also consider customer service and feedback from customers that might contribute to identification of improvement opportunities. Include reference to the impact of change on individuals and groups within an organisation, risk assessment, risk management and techniques for successfully managing the different types of change. What actions would you take to ensure that employees in the organisation understood the need for improvement and were able to cope with the accompanying changes?
They also responsible for setting up the tactical, work plans and strategies. They take control of the strategies and finally they make implements. It is vital for managers to involve employees from all classes in the organization to achieve the organization’s goal. Each supplying that were input to the organization which will create time for adequate planning. Also it is an attribute the managers have to own to help to meet the goal for the ability to make snap and timely unplanned decisions on varying circumstances in the organization.
* The learning needs analysis should be an integral part of a comprehensive learning and development strategic plan, built from the business plan, to gain the support of senior management. * It is important to be up to date with all current relevant legislation and kept informed of all pending and future legislation likely to affect the organisation. Much of this legislation requires evidence that the appropriate training has been delivered to all relevant employees. * The objectives in the organisation's business plan are those that are critical to the success of the business, and are where most of the effort and resources will be directed. * Job analysis - when undertaking a job analysis it is essential to check that all affected departments, including line managers, are involved in the process.
Not only are looking for a theoretical solution to the problem, but implement the solutions proposed by the team. Each member of the group preparing the issue, which he/she wants to talk with others (for professional matters). Action learning method supports the organisation in the face of the need to make breakthrough changes affecting organisational culture. In the team there positive developments on personal development, communication and build trust, focus on the development of the entire organisation. Meetings using the method action learning could take place regularly e.g.