Assess their potential competency to manage within an International context with particular insights into cross cultural teamworking. Evaluate the relationships between Business Strategy, HRM Strategy, HRM Planning and human resource Initiatives within growing in International Organisations.
Porter’s 3 competitive strategies
As employees are increasingly recognised as a core asset of an organisation, the effective management of this asset is increasingly recognised as vital to the long term viability of a business. Critique the concept of the Employee life Cycle and its modifications within an International context.
Cross Cultural Models
Evaluate the impact of cross cultural variability in management/leadership style and actions as a basis for personal effectiveness in International Organisations. Act as change agents within Organisations and understand the role international HRM plays in assisting such transitions.
This Module will enable students to understand concepts and theories of effective Human Resources Management and to apply these within an International Business perspective.
Students will gain insights into their personal capacities to successfully meet these challenges and to identify good HR practice to cope within such International Organisations.