Back and Looking Ahead”
1. Imagine you are a speaker at the SHRM International Conference delivering a speech on the role technology plays in HRIS. Formulate the takeaway message and key points you would want your audience to remember from your speech.
2. Since you will be attending several breakout sessions during the conference, compose three questions you would like to have addressed regarding human resource information systems that the textbook could not answer.
3. Explain one or two concepts or processes from the following references that provide the most value to you and how you might incorporate those concepts or processes into your current job or future endeavors.
4. Identify one concept or process from the following references that you find difficult to comprehend. Propose a recommendation to the authors of the textbook on how they could have made that process or concept more understandable.
Determine two ways to apply the following reference in your current or a future position. Make a persuasive argument for this type of course being a requirement for every human resource manager. Create a list of two best practices to follow in the field of human resource management.
Write a speech that you would give to a friend in an elevator summing up the contents of this course. You have 30 to 90 seconds to inform your friend of the most important elements. Go!