Human Resource Planning and Theories of Motivation
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Human Resource Planning and Theories of Motivation

Motivation Theory
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Created by Tanveer Md Masood
Last updated 12/2019
English
Human Resource Planning and Theories of Motivation
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This course includes
  • 33 mins on-demand video
  • 5 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Assignments
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • Better understanding of Managerial concepts and theories, basic principles of Management and its various aspects.
Requirements
  • Basic knowledge of English Language, understanding of Managerial Ideas.
Description

In this course I have extensively dealt into the various nitty- gritties of Human Resource Planning which is so instrumental in the complex business and even non business environment when it comes to employee management . The best part of all is that Human resource planning course has been aptly supported by another very vibrant study on motivation its various theories and its aspects. Every thing has been in proper perspective by some lucid and timely perfected lectures supported by some practical examples and quotations from few renowned scholars. The course is designed for learners as well as Management professionals as also experts and students who are in to business and management studies.

Who this course is for:
  • Management Learners, students and Professionals.
Course content
Expand 5 lectures 33:05
+ Human Resource Planning: introduction;This course is an indigenous work of mine.
5 lectures 33:05
The idea behind practice exercise is to make learners revise and get a proper idea of the lecture that they have gone through.
Practice Exercise
10 questions

Maslow's Theory and ERG Theory are considered to be  two most important theories of motivation which has been elucidated comprehensively in my lecture. My lectures have been aptly supported by practical examples and illustrations. Maslow theory propounder Abraham Maslow gave a wonderful account of his theory in a graphical manner commencing from basic needs to self actualization needs and the same has been put forth in a lucid manner by my lectures. the same with ERG theory which has been wonderfully described in my words.

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
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The idea behind practice exercise is to make learners revise and get a proper idea of the lecture that they have gone through.
Human Resource Planning - Practice Exercise
10 questions

Hertzberg and Mcgregor are considered to be the two most important motivational theories that are instrumental in carving a niche when it comes to employee motivation and productivity enhancement. Both Herzberg and Mcgregor theory stresses on two factors which are either negative or positive factor in case of case Theory X and Theory Y or Mcgregor Theory and satisfaction or Dissatisfaction in case of Hertzberg two factors theory.

In this lecture I have tried my best to elucidate the two theories in very lucid and clear terms.Moreover, practical examples follows every lecture.

  

HertzBerg and McGregors Theory
08:15

Human Resource Planning is the systematic sequence of processes starting from the estimation of the current Human resource inventories and determining the requirements of inducting further workforce in the enterprise.It includes recruitment, hiring , selection , training and development.

Human Resource Planning and Theories of Motivation
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