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Human Resource Management

  1. 1. 北大光华管理学院课程大纲 课程编号: 02813080 授课对象: IPHD students, HR/OB major 课程名称:人力资源管理 英文名称: HRM Seminar 1 周学时 /总学时: 3/33~48 学 分: 2/32 任课教师: Fanmin Kong, Ph.D. 开课学期: Spring, 2009 先修课程: Research Methods, Master level HRM, OT, and OB Seminar Venue: Classroom 216, GSM Building #1 Seminar Session Time: 15:40 – 18:40, Monday, Feb. 16 – June 1st, 2009 Instructor Office: 443 GSM Building #2 Office line: 6275 3198; Email: fkong@gsm.pku.edu.cn Office Hours: walk-in 14:00 – 16:00, on Wednesdays, or other time slots by appointment. 一、课程概述 This seminar course is designed to provide a systematic analysis of these important issues in the field of Human Resources and Industrial Relations (HRIR): the origin and evolution of HRIR as a research field, the theoretical models in HRIR (e.g., Agency Theory, Transaction Cost Theory, Motivation Theory, Human Capital Theory, HPWS Paradigm, Identity Theory, and Social Network Model, etc.), research design and methods in HRIR, and fundamental issues in HRIR, i.e., Staffing, Training, and Development of Human Resources, Performance Management, Compensation and Benefits, Employment Relations, Corporate Culture, E-HR, and International HRM. This seminar would be delivered in guided discussion sessions, and your consummate effort and active participation are strongly encouraged. 二、课程目标(包括学生所提高的技能要求) Seminar participants are expected to understand, make critical observations and comments on, and gain creative insights in, the basic issues examined in the papers assigned for this 1 Starting from Fall 2008, Newly-enrolled IPHD students will earn 2 credits from this seminar, thus need at least 11 sessions or 33 meeting hours to meet this requirement. However, 2007-enrolled doctoral students are still required participate 16 sessions in this seminar to earn their 3 credits. This transition period should be end by 2009-2010 Academic year at PKU. 2 Ibid. 1
  2. 2. seminar. You will also be able to organize, present, and justify a recommendation while leading or participating discussion sessions. My main purpose of designing and delivering this HRM seminar is to teach participants what we can learn from studying these classical or popular journal papers. In particular, I would like to instruct doctoral students the following: how did those leading scholars in HRIR approach their questions, establish theoretical frameworks, design various methods, conduct research, analyze data, and finally present their research work? All doctoral students at GSM, by design, have to write a dissertation to demonstrate their qualification in order to earn a degree from our IPHD program. Therefore, this seminar would be a necessary stage to help doctoral students in HR/OB major to make progresses towards that goal. 三、内容提要及学时分配 This is a tentative schedule, given the fact that there are too many papers in HRIR deemed to learn. I will make adjustments among weeks, if all of us think that necessary. Week 1: February 16, 2009 Course Introduction and Administrative Issues about the Seminar Week 2: February 23rd, 2009 The Origins of Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management as a Research Field: questions, theories, and challenges. Reading: Brass, Daniel J. 1995. “A Social Network Perspective on Human Resource Management”, Research in Personnel and Human Resources Management, Vol. 13, pp. 39-79. Dipboye, Robert L. 2007. “Eight Outrageous Statements about HR Science”, Human Resource Management Review, Vol. 17, pp. 96–106. Kaufman, Bruce E. 2001. “Human Resources and Industrial Relations: Commonalities and Differences”. Human Resource Management Review, Vol. 11, pp 339-374. Kaufman, Bruce E. 2003. “Models of Man in Industrial Relations Research”, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 43, No. 1, pp. 72-88. [Giannantonio, Cristina M., and Amy E. Hurley. 2002. “Executive Insights into HR Practices and Education”, Human Resource Management Review, Vol.12, pp 491-511]3 3 Papers put in brackets are suggested to read, but not required. 2
  3. 3. Week 3: March 2nd, 2009 The Research Agenda and Methodological Issues Reading: HRMR Editorial. 2007. “The status of theory and research in human resource management: Where have we been and where should we go from here?” Human Resource Management Review, Vol. 17, pp. 93-95. Arthur, Jeffrey B., and Trish Boyles. 2007. “Validating the human resource system structure: A levels-based strategic HRM approach”, Human Resource Management Review, Vol. 17, pp. 77–92 Huselid, Mark A. and Brian E. Becker. 1996. “Methodological Issues in Cross- sectional and Panel Estimates of the Human Resource-Firm Performance Link”, Industrial Relations, Vol. 35. No.3, pp. 400-422. Wright, Patrick M. & Wendy R. Boswell. 2002. “Desegregating HRM: A review and synthesis of micro and macro human resource management”. Journal of Management, Vol. 28, No. 3, pp 247-276. Week 4: March 9, 2009 Determinants of Human Resources Practices and Systems Reading: Osterman, Paul. 1994. “How Common is Workplace Transformation and Who Adopts it?” Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 47, No. 2, pp. 173-188. Pil, Frits K., and John Paul Macduffie. “The Adoption of High-Involvement Work Practices”, Industrial Relations, Vol. 35, No. 3, pp. 423-455. Schuler, Randall S., and Susan E. Jackson. 1989. “Determinants of Human Resource Management Priorities and Implications for Industrial Relations”, Journal of Management, Vol. 15, pp. 89-99. [Lynch, Lisa M. 2007. “The Adoption and Diffusion of Organizational Innovation: Evidence for the U.S. Economy”. IZA Discussion Paper No. 2819] 3
  4. 4. Week 5: March 16, 2009 Consequences of Human Resources Practices and Systems Reading: Huselid, Mark A. 1995. “The Impact of Human Resource Management on Turnover, Productivity, and Corporate Financial Performance”, Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 38, No. 3, pp. 635-672. Ichniowski, Casey, Kathryn Shaw, Giovanna Prennushi. 1997. The American Economic Review, Vol. 87, No. 3, pp. 291-313. Youndt, Mark A., Scott A. Snell, James W. Dean, Jr., and David P. Lepak. 1996. “Human Resource Management, Manufacturing Strategy, and Firm Performance”, Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 39, No. 4, pp. 836-866. [Chadwick, Clint. 2007. “Examining Non-Linear Relationships between Human Resource Practices and Manufacturing Performance”, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 60, No. 4, pp. 499-521.; Ben-Ner, Avner, and Derek C. Jones. 1995. “A New Conceptual Framework for the Analysis of the Impact of Employee Participation, Profit Sharing and Ownership on Firm Performance”, Industrial Relations, Vol. 34, pp. 532-554.] Week 6: March 23rd, 2009 High-Performance (or High-Involvement, High-Commitment, Innovative) Work Systems Reading: Cappelli, Peter, and David Neumark. 2001. “Do ‘High-Performance’ Work Practices Improve Establishment-Level Outcomes?” Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 54, No. 4, pp. 737-775. Preuss, Gil A. “High Performance Work Systems and Organizational Outcomes: The Mediating Role of Information Quality”, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 56, No. 4, pp. 590-605. 4
  5. 5. Tomer, John F. 2001. “Understanding High-Performance Work Systems: The Joint Contribution of Economics and Human Resource Management,” The Journal of Socio-Economics, Vol. 30, pp. 63-73. [Godard, John, and John T. Delaney. 2000. “Reflections on the ‘High Performance’ Paradigm’s Implications for Industrial Relations as a Field”, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 53, No. 3, pp. 482-502; Kochan, Thomas A. 2000. “On the Paradigm Guiding Industrial Relations Theory and Research: Comment on John Godard and John T. Delaney, “Reflections on the ‘High Performance’ Paradigm’s Implications for Industrial Relations as a Field”, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 53, No. 4, pp. 704-711.] Week 7: March 30, 2009 Acquiring Human Resources: Recruiting, Selecting, and Hiring Reading: Breaugh, James A., and Mary Starke. 2000. “Research on Employee Recruitment: So Many Studies, So Many Questions”, Journal of Management, Vol. 26, No. 3, pp. 405-434. Klehe, Ute-Christine. 2004. “Choosing How to Choose: Institutional Pressures Affecting the Adoption of Personnel Selection Procedures”, International Journal of Selection and Assessment, Vol. 12, No. 4, pp. 327-342. Turban, Daniel B., and Thomas W. Dougherty. 1992. “Influences of Campus Recruiting on Applicant Attraction to Firms”, Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 35, No. 4, pp. 739-765. [Guasch, J. Luis, and Andrew Weiss. 1981. “Self-Selection in the Labor Market”, American Economic Review, Vol. 71, No. 3, pp. 275-284.] Week 8: April 6, 2009 Performance Evaluation and Feedbacks Reading Brett, Joan F., and Leanne E. Atwater. 2001. “360o Feedback: Accuracy, Reactions, and Perceptions of Usefulness”, Journal of Applied Psychology, Vol. 86, No. 5, pp. 930-942. Ferris, Gerald R., Timothy P. Munyon, Kevin Basik, and M. Ronald Buckley. 5
  6. 6. 2008. “The Performance Evaluation Context: Social, Emotional, Cognitive, Political, and Relationship Components”, Human Resource Management Review, Vol. 18, pp. 146-163. Levy, Paul E., and Jane R. Williams. 2004. “The Social Context of Performance Appraisal: A Review and Framework for the Future”, Journal of Management, Vol. 30, No. 6, pp. 881-905. [Rynes, Sara L., Barry Gerhart, and Laura Parks. 2005. “Personnel Psychology: Performance Evaluation and Pay for Performance”, Annual Review of Psychology, Vol. 56, pp. 571-600; Flint, Douglas H. 1999. “The Role of Organizational Justice in Multi-Source Performance Appraisal: Theory-Based Applications and Directions for Research”, Human Resource Management Review, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 1-20.] Week 9: April 13, 2009 Training and Development Reading: Balkin, David B. and Nathalie Richebé. 2007. “A Gift Exchange Perspective on Organizational Training”, Human Resource Management Review, Vol. 17, pp. 52-62. Chen, Gilad, and Richard J. Klimoski. 2007. “Training and Development of Human Resources at Work: Is the State of Our Science Strong?” Human Resource Management Review, Vol. 17, pp. 180-190. Lloyd, Caroline. 2002. “Training and Development Deficiencies in ‘High Skill’ Sectors”, Human Resource Management Journal, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 64-81. Yamnill, Siriporn, and Gary N. McLean. 2001. “Theories Supporting Transfer of Training”, Human Resource Development Quarterly, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 195-208. Week 10: April 20, 2009 Career Development Concerns Reading: Hezlett, Sarah A., and Sharon K. Gibson. 2005. “Mentoring and Human Resource Development: Where We Are and Where We Need to Go”, Advances in Developing Human Resources, Vol. 7, No. 4, pp. 446-469. 6
  7. 7. Ng, Thomas W. H., Kelly L. Sorensen, Lillian T. Eby, and Daniel C. Feldman. 2007. “Determinants of Job Mobility: A Theoretical Integration and Extension”, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Vol. 80, pp. 363-386. Zanzi, Alberto, Michael B. Arthur, and Boas Shamir. 1991. “The Relationship between Career Concerns and Political Tactics in Organizations”, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Vol. 12, pp. 219-233. Week 11: April 27, 2009 Compensation and Employee Benefits Reading: Dulebohn, James H., and Stephen E. Werling. 2007. “Compensation Research Past, Present, and Future”, Human Resource Management Review, Vol. 17, pp. 191-207. Gustman, Alan L., Olivia S. Mitchell, and Thomas L. Steinmeier. 1994. “The Role of Pensions in the Labor Market: A Survey of the Literature”, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 47, No. 3, pp. 417-438. Levine, David I. 1993. “What Do Wages Buy?” Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 38, No. 3, pp. 462-483. [Even, William E., and David A. Macpherson. “Gender Differences in Pensions”, Journal of Human Resources, Vol. 29, No. 2, pp. 555-587.] Week 12: May 4th, 2009 Profit Sharing and Employee Stock Ownership Reading: Blasi, Joseph, Michael Conte, and Douglas Kruse. 1996. “Employee Stock Ownership and Corporate Performance among Public Companies”, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 50, No. 1, pp. 60-79. Kruse, Douglas L. 1996. “Why Do Firms Adopt Profit-Sharing and Employee Ownership Plans?” British Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 34, No. 4, pp. 515-538. Magnan, Michel, and Sylvie St-Onge. 2005. “The Impact of Profit Sharing on the Performance of Financial Services Firms”, Journal of Management Studies, Vol. 7
  8. 8. 42, No. 4, pp. 761-791. Week 13: May 11, 2009 Executive Compensation Reading: Bebchuk, Lucian A., and Jesse M. Fried. 2006. “Pay without Performance: Overview of the issues”, Academy of Management Perspectives, February, pp. 5-24. Jiraporn, Pornsit, Young Sang Kim, and Wallace N. Davidson III. 2005. “CEO Compensation, Shareholder Rights, and Corporate Governance: An Empirical Investigation”, Journal of Economics and Finance, Vol. 29, No. 2, pp. 242-258. Hall, Brian J., and Kevin J. Murphy. 2003. “The Trouble with Stock Options”, Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 17, No. 3, pp. 49-70. [Baker, George P., and Brian J. Hall. 2004. “CEO Incentives and Firm Size”, Journal of Labor Economics, Vol. 22, No. 4, pp. 767-798.] Week 14: May 18, 2009 Labor-Management Relations, Unionization, and Collective Bargaining Reading: Boswell, Wendy R., and Julie B. Olson-Buchanan. 2004. “Experiencing Mistreatment at Work: The Role of Grievance Filing, Nature of Mistreatment, and Employee Withdrawal”, Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 47, No. 1, pp. 129-139. Harbaugh, Rick. 2005. “The Effect of Employee Stock Ownership on Wage and Employment Bargaining”, Journal of Comparative Economics, Vol. 33, pp. 565-583. Koch, Marianne J., and Greg Hundley. 1997. “The Effects of Unionism on Recruitment and Selection Methods”, Industrial Relations, Vol. 36, No. 3, pp. 349-370. [Card, David, Thomas Lemieux, and W. Craig Riddell. 2004. “Unions and Wage Inequality”, Journal of Labor Research, Vol. XXV, No. 4, pp. 519-562; 8
  9. 9. Albert Rees. 1989. The Economics of Trade Unions, 3rd ed., The University of Chicago Press.] Week 15: May 25, 2009 Work and Family Issues in HRM Reading: Parasurama, Saroj, and Jeffery H. Greenhaus. 2002. “Toward Reducing Some Critical Gaps in Work-Family Research”, Human Resource Management Review, Vol. 12, pp. 299-312. Pratt, Michael G., and José Antonio Rosa. 2003. “Transforming Work-Family Conflict into Commitment in Network Marketing Organizations”, Academy of Management Journal, Vol. 46, No. 4, pp 395-418. Sikora, Patricia, Sarah Moore, Leon Grunberg, and Edward Greenberg. 2007. “Work-Family Conflict: An Exploration of Causal Relationships in a 10-year, 4- wave Panel Study”, IBS Working Paper PEC2007-0001, pp. 1-39. [Silbaugh, Katharine B. 2004. “Is the Work-Family Conflict Pathological or Normal Under the FMLA? The Potential of the FMLA to Cover Ordinary Work- Family Conflicts”, Journal of Law & Policy, Vol. 15, pp. 193-217.] Week 16: June 1st, 2009 New Challenges to the HRM Field Reading: Bognanno, Mario F., John W. Budd, and Morris M. Kleiner. 2007. “Symposium Introduction: Governing the Global Workplace”, Industrial Relations, Vol. 46, No. 2, pp. 215-221. Burke, Ronald J., and Eddy Ng. 2006. “The Changing Nature of Work and Organizations: Implications for Human Resource Management”, Human Resource Management Review, Vol. 16, pp. 86-94. Collings, David G., Hugh Scullion, and Michael J. Morley. 2007. “Changing Patterns of Global Staffing in the Multinational Enterprises: Challenges to the Conventional Expatriate Assignment and Emerging Alternatives”, Journal of World Business, Vol. 42, pp. 198-213. [Gamble, Jos. 2006. “Introducing Western-Style HRM Practices to China: Shopfloor Perceptions in a British Multinational”, Journal of World Business, Vol. 41, pp. 328-343.] 9
  10. 10. 四、教学方式 Discussion sessions will be the major conducts for this doctoral seminar. 五、教学过程中 IT 工具等技术手段的应用 I don’t need fancy IT technologies in this course, except I may show students some pictures that may invoke research questions. 六、教材 Selected journal articles appeared in ILRR, IR, BJIR, HRMR, IHRM, JM, AOMJ, etc. 七、参考书目 1. Milgrom, Paul, and John Roberts. 1992. Economics, Organization and Management. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice Hall. (highly recommended) 2. Lazear, Edward P. 1998. Personnel Economics for Managers, John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York. (highly recommended) 3. Begin, James P. 1997. Dynamic Human Resource Systems: Cross-National Comparisons, de Gruyter Studies in Organization 79, Berlin, New York: de Gruyter. 4. [John W. Budd: Employment with a Human Face: Balancing Efficiency, Equity, and Voice, 2004, Cornell University Press.] 八、教学辅助材料,如 CD、录影等 There are no other supporting materials needed for this course. 九、课程学习要求及课堂纪律规范 All registered seminar participants have to follow the course schedule agreed upon first lecture, and prepare the discussion as required in advance. Students who skipped the classroom meeting three times for no legitimate reasons will fail this course, and must retake it next academic year. 十、学生成绩评定办法(需详细说明评估学生学习效果的方法) Course grade: 50% paper, 25% participation, 25% presentations. The paper will be evaluated for the thoroughness of ideas, the care taken in exploring actual cases in light of theoretical concepts, clarity of exposition, and the general presentation of ideas. Participation will be evaluated for the extent of preparation for class discussion and active participation in it. The presentations will be evaluated for clarity, and for responsiveness to questions and comments. 10
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