Submit your final project. It should combine your four milestones into a comprehensive review of the HR strategy that aligns HR functions and practices, staffing, training, compensation, and employee evaluation with A.P. Moller-Maersk Group’s strategic goals. For additional details, please refer to the Final Project Guidelines and Rubric document in the Assignment Guidelines and Rubrics section of the course.
7 â€“ 1 FINAL PROJECT: SUBMISSION Studentâ€™s Name: Professorâ€™s Name: Course Title: Institution: Date: Introduction Maersk Group is currently a global conglomerate that has largely focused on major acquisitions in order to expand and grow internationally. The company has grown significantly from its inception when it was started as a Danish family company with only handful employees. As the company continued to expand, its operational and human resource systems continued to evolve. The post 2008 era represents a crucial point in the overall evolution of the company. This is because during this era, the Group got a new head of human resource: Allen. Allen was involved in effecting major transformations at Maersk and is known as the founder of current HR strategies. Allen was mainly tasked with ensuring that the human resource functions and practices at Maersk were aligned with the companyâ€™s long-term strategy of globalization. The human resource functions and practices that had to change as a result of this corporate strategy include: talent management, training needs assessment, performance management processes, and compensation and evaluation benchmarks. Talent Management Process The company strategies are geared towards making sure that the company stays ahead of the competition. It is for this reason that the company is looking to make sure that it has the right edge when it comes to making the right choices on the ...