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evaluation of the `Investors in people" initiative

Zoe Leonidou

evaluation of the `Investors in people" initiative

by Zoe Leonidou

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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementZoe Leonidou ; supervised by Irena Grugulis.
ContributionsGrugulis, Irena., School of Management.
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Open LibraryOL17860186M

Investors in People is a standard for people management, offering accreditation to organisations that adhere to the Investors in People Standard. From to January , Investors in People was owned by the UK government. As of 1 February , Investors in People transitioned into the Investors in People Community Interest Company. Investors in People assessments are conducted locally through local Delivery Centres across the UK and internationally. Investors in People Agency .   Evaluation of the investment in training and development to assess achievement and improve its future effectiveness. IiP requires that the organisation evaluates how its development of people is contributing to business goals and targets and whether or not the development actions are effective.

The second model is the much more functional and mechanistic one proposed under the Investors in People (IiP) with its emphasis on 'commitment, planning, action, evaluation' Learning Organisations, Investors in People and New Labour's Learning Society: . Achievements include; Successfully project managing Investors in People initiative for businesses in the Lombard Group ranging in size from 70 - staff, resulting in accreditation and re Title: Owner, People First Consultancy.

Investing in People introduces a breakthrough approach to Human Resources (HR) measurement that systematically aligns HR investments with organizational goals and helps make HR the true strategic partner it needs to be. Wayne F. Cascio and John W. Boudreau show exactly how to choose, implement, and use metrics to improve decision-making, optimize organizational effectiveness, and maximize the 5/5(1). desires. Sometimes, investors may have more money than they want to spend; at other times, they may want to purchase more than they can afford. These imbalances will lead investors either to borrow or to save to maximize the long-run benefits from their income. When current income exceeds current consumption desires, people tend to save the excess.


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Evaluation of the `Investors in people" initiative by Zoe Leonidou Download PDF EPUB FB2

The authors describe the Investors in People Standard and explain the process which organisations need to complete to gain the accolade Investor in People.

A postal survey with respondents is. Investors in People in further and higher education: the critical issues The reasons for this are many, and evaluation of the `Investors in people initiative book, and this paper examines the critical issues being encountered. It considers the need for strategic development and effectiveness, and suggests a new management paradigm is necessary if IiP accreditation is to be achieved.

This small-scale qualitative study is the first stage of an evaluation of the effects on employers of the Investors in People Initiative. The study considered: the effects upon employers and employees so far; the information which may help in the further development of Investors in People; the appropriate basis for further evaluation.

Investors in People is now recognised as the Government’s principal tool for improving the workplace skills of the UK’s workforce. The Institute for Employment Studies was commissioned by the Employment Department to undertake a longitudinal evaluation of the Investors initiative.

manages a portfolio of more than journals and over 2, books and book series volumes, as to support the evaluation of Investors in People: of the Investors In People (IIP) initiative. On the business networking circuit and online, I have become known as The Investors in People guy.

Investors in People is not all I do – see my What I Offer page – but I believe in the principles of the framework and its power to make life easier for my clients.

As it is a ‘business to business superbrand’ it deserves an explanation. Investors in People is a continuous improvement framework and a benchmark for any well-run organisation. Launched in Maythe new choices approach is tailored to your individual organisation’s business needs.

The new choices approach offers a more flexible way for your organisation to work with the. investors are willing to finance firms, and financial markets are both broader and more valuable.

In contrast, where laws are unprotective of investors, the development of financial markets is stunted. Moreover, systematic differ- ences among countries in the structure of laws and their enforcement, such.

Investors in People | Accreditations. We invest in people. 3 or 1 Year Accreditation. Your people are your most valuable commodity.

Central to the success of any organisation is the right blend of talent, motivation and leadership. LEARN MORE. We invest in wellbeing.

3 Year Accreditation. Evaluation of Investors in People: Employer Case Studies ii In Aprilthe UK Commission took over strategic ownership of the Investors in People (IiP) Standard. This report seeks to develop a deeper understanding of how smaller organisations which commit to IiP for the first time perceive and work with the Standard, what.

Evaluation of the Investors in People Standard: Employer Case Studies (Year 2) iii Foreword Investors in People (IiP) is the UK’s leading people management standard. There IiP organisations worldwide and our mission unites this network under a shared belief and a common goal: to be a good business, you need great people.

Summary: This is a practical guide to all aspects of the "Investors in People" initiative and process for all senior managers thinking of working towards the award. Ten case studies highlight the common difficulties experienced and describe the benefits these companies have derived from the process.

(). The Contribution of Inspection, Self-assessment, Investors in People and the Inclusive Learning Quality Initiative to Improving Quality in Further Education Sector Colleges: An initial exploration.

Journal of Further and Higher Education: Vol. 27, No. 1, pp. The Investors in People standard is a cyclical process based on four key principles: Commitment Planning Action Evaluation These four key principles are broken down into 12 indicators which provide benchmarks against which to assess an organisation?s practice.

The full standard can be found at the Investors in People web site. Summary: "Fully revised and updated to take account of recent changes to the investors in People assessment process, the new edition of this book will be an invaluable guide for trainers and senior managers to all aspects of the initiative.".

We invest in people (Platinum) – Bassadone Automotive Group At the heart of the Bassadone Automotive Group is a highly skilled team, made up of more than staff.

It includes engineers, technicians, customer service representatives and specialists in logistics, parts, sales, infrastructure, support and development.

Thanks to their dedication and commitment to excellence, Bassadone [ ]. The Investors in People (IIP) Standard is a UK quality standard introduced in Currently about 31% of the workforce are employed either by organisations that are recognised as Investors in People employers or organisations working towards achieving recognition status.

Investors may find it difficult to assess investment opportunities in markets they are not familiar with. PFAN bridges this gap by helping entrepreneurs build their businesses and present them in a language investors will understand and be interested in.

We then help investors find and recognise the potential of these businesses. Investors can help build the “connective tissue” needed to achieve collective impact in numerous ways, but three seemed to emerge most prominently: • Using Convening Power Investors typically have a large network of connections and relationships across a community.

Bringing this social capital to the table can help expand an initiative’s. The first half of the book is full of useful tables, listing processes or definitions that other writers have used on the topic of evaluation. Included is a nice list of myths (including the one that staff developers are responsible for the effectiveness of training and development activities).

This text puts forward the argument that higher education must develop better and more consistent practices with regards to the evaluation of training and development. Most evaluations are valueless unless they start by clarifying the puropse they are intended to serve, and this usually means clarifying whose puropses are being served.Successful accreditation with the Investors in People standard is the sign of a great employer, an outperforming place to work and a clear commitment to sustainability.

At the heart of Investors in People is a simple assessment framework that reflects the best practices in high performance working.Investors in People (IiP): This is a national standard which aims to improve organisational performance through the development of people.

There are currently o IiP recognised organisations in the UK and a furt organisations, including many schools, working towards the standard.