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1 BA 310: Study Guide Part 3
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2 Part Three: Conclusion Human Resource Mgmt Diversity Social Resp. & Ethics Power & Politics Planning Entrepreneurship Strategic Mgmt Change Management Strategy / Change People / Differences
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3 Exam 3: Wed Dec 9 th Same time, same place as class Same format (50 questions, mostly multiple choice) as usual Same procedures Bring pencils and I.D.s Closed book – no notes or other aids
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4 What to expect: Exam 3 This exam will look a lot like the first two. Thus: The study guide helps you focus your studying but it isn’t a recipe. Focus on the lecture notes first. Most questions will come from what we covered in class. The textbook complements the lecture notes and is key for topics not covered in depth or at all in class. There were some of those this section. The CanGo exercises and in-class video clips will be represented on the exam as usual. If a question seems ambiguous, reread it carefully. Think about what is really being asked. See if apparently secondary phrases and sentences can help you eliminate one or more answers. Pick the best answer that addresses the central focus of the question. The practice exam is best taken once studying is well along. It is best thought of as a way to practice working with the concepts we study.
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5 Study Guide: HRM Strategic Human Resource Mgmt Recruitment & Selection Internal & External Recruiting, including pros and cons Selection Tools, including validity and advantages Interviewing Guidelines Outsourcing (old vs. new view) Training vs. Development Action Learning Compensation & Benefits Trends Pay for performance (pros) Performance Management Two core goals of performance management; why do they confict? Two reasons managers do a poor job on performance appraisals Subjective & Objective Evaluations Pros & Cons, How to use each well Rating Scales: Graphic vs. Behaviorally Anchored How to Deliver Feedback Effectively Alternative Evaluations Forced Rankings (including pros & cons) Multiple Evaluators 360-degree feedback, including limitations .
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