This assignment involves keeping a journal recording your thoughts, insights, and introspections following each week. In addition, you should examine and discuss your reactions and notions about how the material pertinent to a given session relates to your own past/future work/non-work situations. The purpose of this assignment is to let you take a little time once a week to reflect, so as to improve your understanding of yourself and organizational development.
Each blog entry should have 4 identifiable headings: Summary, Meaningful Ideas, Personal Connecting, Changes. Review the directions and guidance on reflective writing for more information on what to include in each week's blog posting.
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The connection between SHRM and corporate-institutional initiatives to ‘go green’ are not always immediately apparent. After all, it is prima facie reasonable to ask, what does sustainability have to do with human resources? Arguably, a key element in the opacity of the sustainability-HR connection must trace back to the motivations behind a move toward sustainability. Going green comes with—potentially—significant costs: the capital costs of changes in systems and infrastructures; productivity costs associated with retooling and retraining; and the potential loss of competitive edge to competitors who choose to not undertake similar strategic and tactical development...
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