Management, M.S. - Human Resource Strategies


Human Resource Strategies - BUSN 525

Credit Hours: 3


One determinant of effective management practice is the ability to successfully manage human resources. This course helps managers evaluate how effectively human resources are used within their organizations. It begins by demonstrating why human resources can provide a unique source of competitive advantage. It shows how to align human resource systems with organizational strategy. It helps managers to predict the behavior patterns of peers and subordinates. In so doing, managers will evaluate how effectively motivation programs, staffing systems, rewards and compensation, employee development, and performance management systems are used within their organization. Managers will learn how to audit the fit between the external environment, organization strategy and their human resource strategy through constructing a domain statement. Finally, managers will critically reflect on Christian business ethics and human resource management.

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