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Human resource management


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Human resource management

  1. 1. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Guo Xiaohong 2008.09
  2. 2. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Your Purpose ⑴ To Learn English ⑵ To Learn HRM Theories ⑶ To Learn the HRM Practice as a Human Resource Manager
  3. 3. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Textbook Purpose : To provides students in HRM course with a complete, compre-hensive review of essential personnel management conceptsand techniques in a highly readable and understandable form. For Who For all managers This book focus on two themes: one is that HRM is the responsibility of every manager; the other is that HR process should help make organizations better, faster and more competitive.
  4. 4. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Teaching Purpose To know the high-performance Organization: Building Better, Faster, more Competitive Organizations Through HR HR’s Role in Organizations
  5. 5. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Three objectives should be taken in this course1) To know the management responsibility as a HR manager day-to-day management practice in USA.2) To compare the difference point about HRM practices between China & USA.3) TO discuss the suggestion in HR management field at US’s firms4) To work in groups at the firm where the student could work.
  6. 6. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Requirements⑴ Abundance HR theories & Technology⑵ Appropriate English Level⑶ Practical applications
  7. 7. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Teaching Content—(1)This semesterCH1: The Strategic Role of Human Resource ManagementCH2: Job AnalysisCH3: Planning and RecruitingCH4:Employee Testing and SelectionCH5: Interviewing CandidatesCH6: Training and Developing EmployeesCH7: Managing Strategic Organizational RenewalCH8: Appraising PerformanceCH9:Managing Careers and Fair Treatment
  8. 8. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Teaching Content—(2) Reading and Study Skill
  9. 9. HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Test Item The test questions according to sections within chapter which we read The questions indicate the difficulty level: easy moderate, and challenging
  10. 10. Reading and Study Skill Comprehension Skills Understanding a Sequence of Ideas Understanding a Descriptive Listing Understanding Comparisons and Contrasts Understanding Causes and Effects
  11. 11. Reading and Study Skill Understanding a Sequence of Ideas Recognizing Sequence in Narrative Writing Narrative Writing is characterized by its quality of tellingthe events in a story in the order in which they occurred,that is their chronological sequence. Authors write essays,text passages and new articles in which understanding thechronological sequence of idea is essential for good com-prehension . Read the passage and answer the questions( Appendix-1)
  12. 12. Reading and Study Skill Understanding a Sequence of Ideas Recognizing the chronological sequence ofevents in the development of articles and textpassages helps you to comprehend narrativewriting. You will understand the development ofidea when you note the sequence. Read the chapter 1 and tell the sequence ofcontent
  13. 13. Reading and Study Skill Understanding a Sequence of Ideas Read the “Strategic Overview” and tell the purpose of chapter1.To explain what HRM is2.To know what every manager’s jobs are3.To illustrate the main topic, and what it is
  14. 14. CH1 The Strategic Role of HRM Topic 1 The manager’s HRM at Jobs Recognizing Development Ideas in this topic1. Management process & HRM2.Why is HR management Important to all Manager?3.Line and Staff Aspects of HRM4.An Example
  15. 15. CH1 The Strategic Role of HRM Management process Planning; Organizing; Staffing; Leading; ControllingHRMThe polices and practices involved in carrying out the “people” or human resource aspects of a management position, including recruiting, screening, training, rewarding and appraising
  16. 16. CH1 The Strategic Role of HRM A reason Managers could have the knack of hiring the right people for the right jobs and motivating, appraising, and developing them. Line Versus Staff Managers Line manager: he/she is authorized to direct the work of subordinates and responsible for accomplishing the organization’s goals. Staff manager: he/she assists and advises line managers
  17. 17. CH1 The Strategic Role of HRM Functions of HR manager 1. A line function 2. A coordinative function 3. Staff functionDiscussion: The HR activities of Line Managers and Staff Managers
  18. 18. CH1 The Strategic Role of HRM Topic 2 Strategic planning and Strategic trends Recognizing Development Ideas in this topic1.The basic of strategic planning2.The strategic planning process3.Basic strategic trends4. Managerial consequences of the basic trends
  19. 19. CH1 The Strategic Role of HRM The basic of strategic planning a corporate-level strategic a business-level strategic functional strategies The strategic planning process SWOT Analysis
  20. 20. CH1 The Strategic Role of HRM Basic strategic trends Globalization; The nature of work; The workforce Managerial Consequences of the Basic Trends Improved competitiveness Organizational changes Boundaryless decision making Knowledge management
  21. 21. CH1 The Strategic Role of HRM Topic 3 HR’s strategic roleRecognizing Development Ideas in this topic⒈HR’s Evolving Role⒉ Strategic HRM⒊HR’s Role As a Strategic Partner⒋HR and Technology⒌HR and Employee Performance and Commitment
  22. 22. CH1 The Strategic Role of HRM HR’s Evolving Role Protector Screener Strategic HRM Strategic POLITICSES & PRACTICES Competencies FRAMEWORK Behaviors
  23. 23. CH1 The Strategic Role of HRM HR’s Role As a Strategic Partner Three views: Operator Adapter Equal Partner Execution FormulationValue Chain Analysis OutsourcingIdentifying & Reducing Costs Identifying; Analyzing; Balancing