1 Course Description 2014/2015 Human Resources Management and Management skills Master in Business Administration (MBA) Official Title On-Campus Learning
2 Index Human Resources Management and Management Skills...3 Brief Description...3 Prerequisites...3 Goals...3 Skills and learning results...4 Methodology...5 Syllabus...5 Relation to other subjects...6 Evaluation system...6 References...7 Related Webs...8 Recommendations for the study...8 Teaching materials...8
3 Human Resources Management and Management Skills Module: Common Module Subject:Human Resources Management and Management Skills Type: Compulsory ECTS Credits: 7 Semester: First Teacher-in-charge: José Palao Barberá, Gloria Moreno & Pablo Blesa & Office hours (students): Tuesdays 10:00-11:00 h. / Afternoons, previous appointment by Module coordinator: José Palao Barberá & Gonzalo Wandosell. Brief Description Try to analyzethe internal environment ofcompanies,from the point ofview of peopleembeddedin them,taking intoaccount bothgeneral andspecificenvironment Withthis approachmakesthe study and analysisof people who is into de organization, its skills, capabilities, abilities, potentials as the factor of competitiveness. Prerequisites A certain level of English is required (level B1), according to the "Common European Framework of Reference for Languages: Learning, Teaching, Assessment" (http://www.coe.int/t/dg4/linguistic/source/framework_en.pdf Goals The goal of this subject is to develop the concepts that are part of the human resources functions, which are: - Organisationstructure - Position analysis - Recruitment and staffselection - Performance evaluation - Compensation - Job satisfaction An additional goal is to underline the importance of the development of people's skills and abilities, both as a form of self-satisfaction satisfaction as well as a competitive advantage for an organisation.
4 Skills and learning results Transversal skills T1: Ability to analyse and synthesise. T2: Ability to organise and plan. T4: Decision-making. MCER5: Understanding the main points from clear texts written in standard language if they deal with familiar issues, whether from working, studying or relaxing situations. MCER7: Producing simple and coherent texts dealing with familiar topics or bringing about a personal interest. MCER8: Being able to describe experiences, events, wishes and aspirations as well as briefly justifying your opinions or to explain your plans. Specific skills E16: Knowledge of the most advanced techniques in Human Resources Management and Business Communication. E18: Bringing rationality as well as ethical and social responsibility commitment to Business Management. E28: Developing and maintaining human talent in the organisation by analysing the key tools and procedures. Learning results LR: Understanding, thinking and synthesising contents of the socio-economic and legal framework. LR: Managing and organising accounting and financial information gained during the learning process. LR: Decision making, in a comprehensive and critical manner, between different options. LR: Analysing and synthesising the key questions of a text related to everyday life or the field of study. LR: Writing about personal and professional issues. LR: Being able to communicate, both orally and written, situations that include reflected opinions, affective dimension and purposes. LR: Identifying and applying the progress in Human Resources Management and the connection with its different fields. LR: Understanding the organisational advantages of a correct application of a Human Resources Management Audit. LR: Applying the latest coaching techniques properly.
5 LR: Knowing and understanding the ethical responsibilities derived from a sensible Business Management. LR: Demonstrating the knowledge of the most important and latest methods and techniques of Human Resources Management. LR: Knowing and understanding the key factors in the development of an organisation's Human Resources. LR: Knowing and applying the latest development and maintaining techniques in Human Resources in concrete situations. Methodology Methodology Hours In-class studying hours Off-class studying hours In-class course Tutoring In-class evaluation Personal study Recommended Reading and information search Problem solving, case studying and project 37,5 assignment Debate and lecture preparation TOTAL 28, , , hours (40 %) 125 hours (60 %) Syllabus 1. Human Resources planning HR Management Development Human Resources Audit 2. Management per skill.
6 3. Skills Leadership Coaching techniques Team management 4. Corporate social responsibility Definition Goals and causes Indicators and verification 5. Management and conflict solving within the business environment. 6. Business ethics Spiritual leadership Business commitment Relation to other subjects The course is related to all courses that are part of an organization and management development framework. Evaluation system February/June exams: The continuous evaluation will include all the activities carried out by the student as well as their ina solved case study or a theoretical project (80%) class participation. The final mark's percentage will be the following: 1. In-class presentation of Development: By the end of the term, the student shall carry out, individually or in group, an in- class presentation of a case study or a theoretical project. 2. The student in-class participation will be assessed with 20% of the course s total mark. Development: The student s participation in the various training activities that are part of the course will be evaluated through the handing over and correction of exercises, projects, case studies and problems, carried out individually or in group, the public defense of some of these projects and the participation to debates in forums. Same evaluation as the previous exam period. September exams:
7 References ALCALDE, M., GONZÁLEZ, M., FLÓREZ, I. Mercado de trabajo, reclutamiento y formación en España. Pirámide, Madrid, ARANA, J.Recursos Humanos en la empresa moderna. Gestión 2000, Barcelona, BARRANCO, F. J., Planificación estratégica de Recursos Humanos. Del marketing interno a la planificación. Pirámide, Madrid, BLANCO, J. Del autismo a la comunicación. La nueva gestión de Recursos Humanos. Gestión 2000, Barcelona, BUCKLEY, R., CAPLE, J.. El comportamiento humano en el trabajo: comportamiento organizacional. McGrawHill, México, CLAVER CORTES, E.Los Recursos Humanos en la Empresa. Un enfoque directivo. Civitas, Madrid,1996. CHIAVENATO, I.Administración de Recursos Humanos. Mc. Graw Hill, México, DOLAN, S., SCHULER, R., VALLE CABRERA, R., La gestión de los Recursos Humanos, Mc. Graw Hill, México, 1999 FERNÁNDEZ-RIOS, M. y SÁNCHEZ, J.C.Valoración de puestos de trabajo. Diez de Santos, Madrid, 1997 GASALLA, J.M., La nueva dirección de persona., Pirámide, JIMÉNEZ, A.Creando valor a través de las personas. Díaz de Santos, Madrid, 2000 LEAL MILLÁN, A., ALFARO DE PRADO SAGRERA, A., RODRÍGUEZ FÉLIX, L., ROMÁN ONSALO, M.,El factor humano en las relaciones laborales. Manual de dirección y gestión. Pirámide, Madrid, LLOYD L. BYARS Y LESLIE W. RUE, Gestión de Recursos Humanos. Mc. Graw Hill, Madrid, LOVART, P.Gestión de Recursos Humanos. Gestión Barcelona PUCHOL, L.. Dirección y gestión de Recursos Humanos, Díaz de Santos, Madrid, KRESSLER, H.W..La dirección de personal en la nueva Europa. Deusto.
8 Related Webs Secretaria de Estado de EmpleoMinisterio de Empleo y Seguridad Social. Secretaria de Estado de Seguridad Social. Ministerio de Empleo y Seguridad Social. social.es/internet_1/trabajadores/index.htm Los Recursos Humanos. Recommendations for the study It is fundamental for a proper course fulfilment to carry out the activities, study individually on a daily basis and solve the suggested case studies, as well as solving any question you might have while studying. Teaching materials A PC with Internet connection and office software programs (word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, etc.) for personal studies is necessary. It is also recommended for students to use storage devices (such as memory sticks, CDs or DVDs) to speed up the exchange and storage of Power Point presentations, exercises, case studies, etc., data.
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