Human Capital MNGT Assignment
MANAGING HUMAN CAPITAL AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP
This assessment represents 60% of the total marks for this module.
It should be submitted as a professional presentation, supported by 12 PowerPoint slides. Slides which need further explanation should be accompanied by speaker’s notes / slide notes.
You are a first time entrepreneur who wants to start a new business. You have found an investor to fund your business. However, he wants a detailed explanation about the non-financial aspects of the proposed business. He would like to listen to a presentation delivered by yourself on the following aspects, to get an overall idea about the venture.
The presentation must cover following aspects,
- Background of the business and operation strategy.
- Opportunity for the business to thrive in the existing environment – It must include macro environmental analysis, industrial analysis and identification of target customers.
- Human resource strategy – It must include the strategies to recruit and select employees, manage performance and motivate employees.
- Potential challenges in different stages of the life cycle of the venture and potential mitigation strategies.
Your analysis must be grounded in appropriate academic literature and must provide clear evidence of independent critical evaluation.
LENGTH REQUIRED: 12 PowerPoint Slides (2400 words in total including notes)
FORMATTING AND LAYOUT
Please note the following when completing your written assignment:
- Writing: Written in English in an appropriate business/academic style
- Focus: Focus only on the tasks set in the assignment.
- Document format: PowerPoint slides with notes (converted into PDF)
- Ensure you present a clear title, course name, and name or ID number on a cover sheet and a reference list using Harvard referencing are provided.
- Research: Research should draw on reliable and relevant sources of information e.g. academic books and journals that have been peer reviewed. The research should be extensive. Human Capital MNGT Assignment
The use of a range of information sources is expected – academic books, peer reviewed journal articles, professional articles, press releases and newspaper articles, reliable statistics, company annual reports and other company information. All referencing should be in Harvard style.