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Human Resource Management

BANKING UNIVERSITY OF HO CHI MINH CITY

CERTIFICATE IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

 

BBM 2013:   Human Resource Management

Credits: 14

ECTS Value: 7


Marking Scheme: Numerical marking scheme (i.e. mark of 0-100)

 

Pass Mark

 The pass mark for the module is 50%.

 

Delivery Type

This module requires you to attend the classes at the scheduled time in the specific locations.

 

Pre-Requisites

BBM1002

 

Co-Requisites

None

 

Module Outline

This module introduces the basics of the management of human resources in general. Developing elementary knowledge and understanding of major theories and practice underpins the whole aim of the module. You will learn to recognise external environmental factors which can impact on workforce management activities. Cultural diversity within organisations will be explored and the issues and problems associated with managing an international workforce will be examined. An overview of the major component parts of managing people will be provided: staffing, human resource training and development, performance management and managing the employment relationship will conclude to provide essential underpinning basic theory and practice to enable effective management of an international workforce.

This module serves to develop employability skills with particular emphasis on the following:

1. Communication and Presentation Skills ( T,D,A,)
2. Teamwork and Discussion (T,D,A)
3. Organisation and Planning (T,D)
4. Self Awareness (D,T,A)
5. Initiative (D,T,A)

Values: Taught (T), Developed (D) and Assessed (A).

 

Indicative Content

 

Number

Description

1

Principles and practices of managing people in organisations

2

How external environmental factors can impact people management activities

3

People resourcing/ Staffing, Retention and motivation

4

Staff training, development and appraisal

5

Managing the employee relationship, well –being, and modern HRM issues

6

Reward management

7

Operation of HRM in a global context

 

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this Module you will be expected to be able to:

 

Description

1

Demonstrate knowledge of basic theories and concepts in the management of people.

2

Recognise and comprehend the role of external factors in the management of a culturally diverse workforce.

3

Illustrate how problems and issues in managing the international workforce can be overcome effectively

4

Use HR tools to retain talents in a global dimension, and realize the importance of external influences on HRM.

 

Learning And Teaching Strategy

Lectures: You will be expected to undertake preliminary reading prior to lectures. You will be expected to demonstrate certain independence in your study by completing additional research from recognised academic sources.

Group and individual tutorials will allow for guidance and feedback on progression within the module.

Practical sessions: A series of practical sessions, including topics for presentation, case studies and skill building exercises will prepare you for the group role play summative assessment at the end of the module

The learning outcomes will be assessed by topic presentations, a group role play practical assessment, case study discussion, skill building exercises and essay writing in the final exam.

In the first assessment you will complete an essay in which you demonstrate an understanding of the basic theories and concepts involved in the management of people and how external factors impact the management of a culturally diverse workforce. In the other assessments you are required to participate in an assessed group role play activity and presentation activity. The final exam would be essay writing.

 

Learning & Teaching Methods

 

Method

Hours

Lecture & Seminar

42

Tutorial

15

Guided independent study

83

 

Summary

%

Scheduled

40

Independent

60

 

 

Summative Assessment Strategy

 

Your achievement of the learning outcomes for this module will be tested as follows: Essay (1500 words) Exam (3 hours)

 

Summative Assessments

 

Item

Final Item?

Assessment Method

Description

Learning Outcomes

Weighting %

001

No

Midterm Exam

2 Hour Open Book Examination,

1 2

30

002

No

Portfolio

Presentation, skill building exercise, active, participation…

1 2 3 4

20

003

Yes

Final Written Exam

3 Hour Closed Book Examination,

3 4

50

 

Summary

%

Written Exam

50

Coursework

30

Portfolio

20

 

 

 

Learning Resources

Description

Dickmann, M., Brewster, C. and Sparrow, P. (2008) International Human Resource Management: A European Perspective, (2nd Ed), London: Routledge

Harris, H., Brewster, C. and Sparrow, P. (2007) International Human Resource Management, (2nd Ed), London: CIPD

Bratton and Gold, P. (2007) Human Resource Management (4th Ed), Palgrave Macmillan

 

                                                           

 

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