hrm498 | undergraduate
Strategic Human Resource Management And Emerging Issues
This undergraduate-level course is 5 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Strategic Planning Fundamentals and Strategic Partnerships
- Identify challenges and concerns in HRM.
- Analyze HRM responsibilities as a strategic partner within a company.
- Select strategic planning models based on organizational needs.
- Perform environmental analyses for strategic planning.
- Determine methods to evaluate and measure organizational effectiveness.
- Explain how the HR planning process integrates into a strategic plan.
- Determine the components of the strategic Human Resources plan.
- Determine core competencies for an organization or division.
Ethics and Diversity
- Recognize specific ethical and diversity considerations for HRM planning.
- Generate a rationale for best practices in diversity in HRM planning.
Strategic HRM Plan
- Create strategic HRM plans.
- Forecast future organization or divisional needs.
- Predict organization or divisional capabilities and limitations.
Critical and Emerging Domestic and Global HRM Issues
- Analyze cultural considerations in HRM planning.
- Analyze the effect of critical and emerging domestic and global issues.
- Perform internal analyses for critical and emerging issues in strategic HR planning.
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