This course is focused on a selected combination of published empirical research and current topics in HRM. Articles for evaluation, comparison and analysis will be drawn from journals in several fields, including behavioral science, business administration, management science and elsewhere as they relate to the field of HRM. Faculty will guide students through written review of research and current practices, and seminar discussion in order to assist the HRM professional as a consultant to company management.
This course aims to serve students with effective partnering and generating acceptance as “HR being business partner and not the cost” to accelerate HR values to the business. This also helps students to understand the potential of HR as major service provider and integration of HR with business as support for driving business into right direction at right path to reach the destination aimed and defined by Mission.
Takeaways: On completion of course, you will be able to:
- Understand different dimensions of HR
- Understand the inter-linkage and role of HR in uniting effort from all
- Develop analytical capability and comparative studies in relation to decision making
- Establish efficient detailing practices for better cross functional engagement in decision making
- Develop advanced presentation skills
The methodology for the course will be combination of review & guidance by faculty and synopsis preparation & presentation by individual student, Review & Evaluation report of presentation by team of the rest in class etc to help students achieve desired competence for application in future. However, in terms of weight age, it will be:
20% Guidance on methodology
20% Individual review and evaluation writing
20% Presentation & team work
10% Conduct & Discipline (includes Attendance)
10% Internal Tests/Exam (Joint presentation by each with Prog. Director & Faculty)
20% External Test/Exam