Knowledge Management and Organisation Learning Principles in Australian HRM Systems

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Knowledge Management and Organisation Learning Principles in Australian HRM Systems

Organisation exists to innovate and remain competitive in the industry. As the business
environment keeps on changing, an organisation that fails to innovate falls in competitiveness in the
industry. Historical examples attest to the causative relationship between innovation and competitive
advantages (Courvisanos & Cavagnoli, n.d.). In a realism perspective, innovation is related to the
ability of an organisation to adapt to the changing business environment failure to which it becomes
obsolete. The fall of previous giants like Nokia, Kodak, IBM, attests research findings that there is a close
relationship between innovation and competitive advantages. All these companies failed because they did
not invest in innovation. Other companies like Google, Apple, Microsoft, and others gained competitive
advantage from innovation. This study will analyse how knowledge management and organisation
learning can foster innovation and competitive advantage in Australian HRM systems.

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Individual Essay (30%)
Word limit – 2000 words (excluding reference list)
1.5 spacing, font size 12, APA or
Chicago referencing style At least 8 academic references (journal article)

Choose an academic essay on one of the following:

1. How can HR management systems and practices in Australia (or your home country)
be re-designed using KM and OL principles to increase innovation and
competitive advantage over the next five years? 
Discuss this in relation to one or
several aspects of HRM – Recruitment and Selection, Training and Development,
Performance Management and Rewards, Succession Planning, and Strategic
HRM. 
Knowledge Management and Organisation Learning Principles in Australian HRM Systems.
2. Appendix 1: Individual Essay Marking Guide (for both
Internal and External Students)

Component

Marker’s Comments

Content: 85%
Discussion and argument
The essay
question has been well answered; a strong grasp of the
relevant theory is demonstrated; original ideas;
discussion and analysis is grounded in research and is
developed to a logical conclusion
Quality of research
Peer-reviewed articles and quality references have been
used to fully support the development of the argument

Structure, Referencing and Expression/Presentation:
15%

Good structure and use of thematic headings, the essay
flows in a logical manner
Sources are referenced correctly using Chicago/APA
referencing style
At least 8 academic references
The essay is well-written, reflecting good spelling,
grammar and sentence construction; the essay is
presented in a very readable format
2,000 words maximum. Knowledge Management and Organisation Learning Principles in Australian HRM Systems.

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Knowledge Management and Organisation Learning Principles in Australian HRM Systems

Organisation exists to innovate and remain competitive in the industry. As the business
environment keeps on changing, an organisation that fails to innovate falls in competitiveness in the
industry. Historical examples attest to the causative relationship between innovation and competitive
advantages (Courvisanos & Cavagnoli, n.d.). In a realism perspective, innovation is related to the
ability of an organisation to adapt to the changing business environment failure to which it becomes
obsolete. The fall of previous giants like Nokia, Kodak, IBM, attests research findings that there is a close
relationship between innovation and competitive advantages. All these companies failed because they did
not invest in innovation. Other companies like Google, Apple, Microsoft, and others gained competitive
advantage from innovation. This study will analyse how knowledge management and organisation
learning can foster innovation and competitive advantage in Australian HRM systems…….

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