Read chapter 3 OF THE TEXTBOOK and make an open ended question based off of reading chapter 3.
After coming up with an open ended question, write a description of what’s your logic behind it.
Make sure it is open ended!
THE DECRIPTION SHOULD BE 200 WORDS.
TEXTBOOK IS ATTACHED BELOW.
DO NOT COPY PASTE FROM TEXTBOOK. DO NOT PLAGARIZE. OUTSIDE SOURCE MAY BE USED MAKE SURE TO PROVIDE LINK.
Second PART: reply to 2 people, it should be 150+ words for each. Reply to these two discussion posts. They both have different question they have answered. Reply if you agree with there decription for the question and/or your thoughts.
WHAT IS POLITICAL SKILL IN I-O PSYCHOLOGY?
In essence, political competence is the capacity to inspire others. However, how does that really seem in use? When addressing political talent, we’re not really talking about “office politics,” which is a despised concept in corporate and organizational settings and is associated with drama. Office politics frequently centers on self-promotion, sucking up, criticizing employees, and other similar behaviors. All of them are instances of poor political judgment. It will be difficult to get along with coworkers if you use your position to further your personal goals at the expense of others since it appears to be manipulative. Now, attempting to advance is not always a bad thing.
Because it seems so sincere, good political acumen frequently goes unrecognized. You act as you do because it is best for the greater good, because it is morally correct, or because it is the most efficient course of action. In other words, your labor is genuine, sincere, and produces favorable outcomes.
Within Industry 4.0 what should our biggest fear be with HR and artificial intelligence?
Artificial intelligence is a main fuel within the drive of industry 4.0 and my question is Within Industry 4.0 what should our biggest fear be with HR and artificial intelligence? This had me thinking of humans working alongside robots and AI and how certain employees feel about where this could take us in the workplace and how comfortable or safe an employee would feel. For instance how our fears and anxieties of what they are capable of. In my best judgment HR and production management departments would like would want to replace human workers based on cost of operation and turnover rates. I believe we should ask ourselves where do we draw the line? Even though they may cut out the repetitive boring work that is less attractive to employees, but what could feed into the irrational fears of technology and innovation and drive these phobias?
Source: Work in the 21st Century: An Introduction to Industrial and Organizational Psychology