Human Capital Management
International Human Resource Management
Organizations in every industry and sector increasingly recognize the opportunities that result from a `boundary-less? (transnational) perspective. This course will provide students with the opportunity to identify the implications of linking the global marketplace with human capital strategies while searching for world-class solutions. Major topics will include: outsourcing/off-shoring, the role of a core competency approach to organizational development, staff planning, talent training and development in the global learning organization, expatriate issues for employees and their families, cultural diversity, international implications of total compensation/benefits strategies; ethics; and governance. Highly interactive sessions will prepare students to face global human capital challenges in their organizations from a strategic perspective (combined with a sensitivity for the uniqueness of their own environments), allowing them to creatively resolve each and every global issue from the broad spectrum of HR functionalities as they arise at their workplaces.
Course Number
HRCM1-GC2200
Associated Degrees