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MODULE D, SAN FRANCISCO: HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Wed, 1 Jun 2016, 09:00 – Thu, 30 Jun 2016, 12:00 Pitcairn Time World (Pitcairn) Time
Professor: Stephen Kirnon
Course ID: 9339
For any business to be successful, it requires people who understand and are aligned with its vision, values and strategies. The responsibility for this alignment falls to the Human Resource function. Human Resource Management will place students at the forefront in understanding how organizations gain a sustainable competitive advantage through people. Through an examination of the major functions and strategies of human resource management, students learn the importance of (1) human resource management in today's competitive environment, (2) meeting human resource requirements, (3) developing effectiveness in human resources, (4) implementing compensation, security and incentives schemes (5) and expanding human resources’ impact by creating high-performance work teams.
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