|1.||Critically appraise the key differences between domestic and international human resource management;|
|2.||Hypothesise the strategic advantages attainable from effective international human resource management;|
|3.||Evaluate and exemplify contextual factors that influence international human resource management practice; and|
|4.||Critically reflect on the important change in the professional role of the Human Resource Manager brought about by globalisation.|
Students studying under the VU Block Model.
|Assignment||Proposal for development of final report||10%|
|Essay||Critical application of theory and concepts||40%|
|Report||International Strategic HRM Report (35%) and presentation (15%)||50%|
|Assignment||The effects of globalisation on the role of the HR manager||10%|
|Annotated Bibliography||Contextual factors that influence HRM practices||40%|
|Assignment||Strategic HRM plan for an organisation||50%|
International Human Resource Management : Policies and Practices for Multinational Enterprises, 5th ed
Tarique, I., Briscoe, D. R., & Schuler, R. S. (2015)
Taylor & Francis Group
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