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HRM-804 International and Strategic HRM
Campus NBS
Programs PG
Session Spring Semester 2017
Course Title International and Strategic HRM
Course Code HRM-804
Credit Hours 3
Pre-Requisutes None
Course Objectives After completion of the course the students should be able to:
The course is designed to develop HR managers to identify the nature and theoretical underpinnings of SHRM and develop knowledge of competing theoretical models of SHRM. It is also designed to develop an understanding of the theoretical perspectives in organizational strategy and strategic management theory, understand the models of strategic HRM and understand the role of formal HRM under SHRM. The goal of this course is to provide you with the knowledge and skills that you can use to effectively design and manage the human resource function to achieve organizational goals. It is designed to develop and position HR professionals to be effective and relevant contributors to business strategy and examine the transition of HR from operationally reactive to strategically proactive.
Detail Content
  • Introduction to SHRM
  • Alignment of HR with Business Strategies
  • HR Roles & Skill Set
  • HR Structure and HR Skills
  • HR Line Relationship and Devolution
  • Factor affecting the Strategic role of HR functions
  • IHRM (Module 1)
  • IHRM (Module 2)
Text/Ref Books
  • Strategic Human Resource Management, Catherine Truss, David Mankin, Clare Kelliher, ISBN 978-0-19-958306-5, Copyright © 2012.
  • Strategic HR, Building the Capability to Deliver, Peter Reilly and Tony Williams, Copyright  (2006).
Time Schedule Spring Semester 2017
Faculty/Resource Person Dr. Naukhez Sarwar
PhD (The University of Manchester, UK),
MBA (Asian Institute of Technology) Thailand & (European School of Management, Oxford) UK