MPFE HRM 7001
After this course, students will be able to use the concepts and apply the new technological framework of information, knowledge, communication and managing people.
The students will acquire competencies, skills and capabilities to manage teams on a site and on off-site team
Successful management of human resources involves a variety of activities such as : deciding on your staff needs, how to fill these positions within budget, recruiting, orienting and training employees, and ensuring they perform well. HR management also includes managing employee benefits and compensation, employee records, legal issues and relations with unions. All of these issues will be addressed in this course within the overall context of the information age.
Bachelor's degree or postgraduate diploma or appropriate professional qualification
Grading will be realized by the notation of the informs realized by the different students working-groups on the case study and notation of the participation and the reactivity of the students during the course.
- A broad , if selective, view of current thinking on culture linked to the management of
people using the new technologies of information and knowledge for managing human resources through the world and off-site teams;
- Allows the theories and ideas mentioned to be applied to practice through the inclusion of examples and brief case studies from situations of human resources management in the information age;
- Combines a learning-by-doing-simulating-activities by a complex case study organized by groups of students during the week: Case study – MBA – HEC Lausanne, “Cap Gemini Ernst and Young and OAP….a contract that could have gone wrong”
- A “handout” including extracts of books and articles is diffused to the students with references of books available at the library of TEM.
Master of Science