A HANDBOOK OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE 11th edition CONTENTS – TEACHING NOTES 1. The practice of human resource management 2. Strategic human resource management 3. HR strategies 4. Human capital management 5. The role and organization of the HR function 6. The role of the HR practitioner 7. The impact of HRM on performance 8. International HRM 9. Corporate social responsibility 10. Human resource management research methods 11. Competency-based HRM 12. Knowledge management 13. High-performance work systems 14. Work 15. The employment relationship 16. The psychological contract 17. The essence of organizational behaviour 18. Characteristics of people 19. Motivation 20. Engagement and commitment 21. How organizations function 22. Organizational culture 23. Organization design 24. Organization development 25. Change management 26. Job, role, competency and skills analysis 27. Job and role design and development 28. People resourcing strategy
29. Human resource planning 30. People resourcing practice 31. Recruitment and selection 32. Selection interviewing 33. Selection tests 34. Talent management 35. Career management 36. Introduction to the organization 37. Release from the organization 38. The process of performance management 39. 360-degree feedback 40. Learning and development strategy 41. The process of learning and development 42. Learning and development programmes and events 43. How people learn 44. Organizational learning 45. Management development 46. Reward management 47. Job evaluation 48. Market rate analysis 49. Grade and pay structures 50. Contingent pay 51. Rewarding special groups 52. Employee benefits, pensions and allowances 53. Managing reward systems 54. The employee relations framework 55. Employee relations processes 56. Employee voice 57. Employee communications 58. Health and safety 59. Employee well-being 60. HR policies 61. HR procedures 62. HR information systems
1. THE PRACTICE OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Teaching notes Contents These notes contain: An outline of the session A concept map for HRM Definitions of key concepts and terms Questions and discussion points A bibliography Objective of the session Provide an overview of the concept of human resource management and its characteristics. Learning outcomes of the session The session will cover: The meaning of HRM The objectives of HRM The policy goals of HRM The characteristics of HRM How HRM developed as a concept Reservations expressed about HRM The context in which HRM operates The ethical dimensions of HRM Key concepts and terms In addition, definitions will be provided of the following concepts and terms: AMO theory Matching model of HRM Commitment Mutuality Contingency theory Pluralism Hard HRM Resource-based view Harvard framework Soft version of HRM HRM system Strategic integration Human resource management (HRM)
Session outline The meaning of human resource management (HRM) A strategic, integrated and coherent approach to the employment, development and well-being of the people working in organizations.
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