06210360 - International human ressources management

Crédits ECTS 3
Volume horaire total 21
Volume horaire CM 21

Responsables

Hilde JENSEN

Objectifs

Managing HR internationally creates unique challenges with country and intercountry differences.

The employer has to install some complex systems (specific structure, controls, worldwide banking relationships, recruiting, selecting, training, appraising, compensating) to manage its overseas activities.

A need for managers and leaders on a global basis.
 

KNOWLEDGE TO BE ACQUIRED
Each one should be able to :

  • identify the “major” theories and practice of thoughts concerning IHRM processes
  • know the basic epistemological limits underlying each schools of tought
  • understand what is now his or her present “personal paradigm” and its limits and implications
  • know the different processes and tools that could be used in IHR management


TARGET SKILLS
Each participant will have :

  • the capacity to develop an efficient strategy and plan for action to manage change and training sessions
  • be able to develop a tool box to create such output in the organizations in which they will work
  • communicate clearly the strategy and method he or she intends to use in the management of change

Contenu

Introduction

Main subject : GLOBALIZATION AND IHRM
  • CHAP 1 STAFFING A GLOBAL ORGANIZATION
  • CHAP 2 RIGHTSIZING AN ORGANIZATION AVOIDING VIOLENCE
  • CHAP 3 INTERNATIONAL COMPENSATION AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS
Conclusion

Bibliographie

REFERENCE WORKS :
  • Dowling P.J, Festing, M. and Engle, A. (2018) International Human Resource Management: Managing People in a Multinational Context, Thomson, Australia, 5th edition.
  • Redman, T. & Wilkinson, A. (2011) Contemporary Human Resources Management, Prentice Hall, London.
  • Vance, C.M. & Paik, Y. (2015) Managing a global workforce, Routledge, NY, 3rd edition

Contrôles des connaissances

Case study

Informations complémentaires

Theroretical framework and case studies