EduXchange.EU

Advanced Seminar Marketing, Strategy, Leadership & Management: Reputation Management

MGT001340
Business and Economics

About this course

Topic 1. Structure and functions of the human resources departments Topic 2. Competence approach in human resource management Topic 3. Planning of work with personnel in the organization Topic 4. Staff recruitment and staff selection processes Topic 5. Adaptation of staff in the organization Topic 6. Personnel evaluation and staff motivation Topic 7. Team cohesion and social development of staff Topic 8. Innovations in HR management

Learning outcomes

  • ability to organize the effective work of human resources according to the specifics of organization business objectives;
  • ability to provide efficient activity of human resources services for solving human resource management tasks using different types of resources and labour instruments;
  •     ability to form an effective system of performance evaluation in different categories of work positions in the organization by using modern methods;
    
  • ability to analyse the indicators of personnel movement in the organization and developing measures to stabilize the work of labour collective;

Examination

Grading is based on the performance in one written term paper with a maximum of 10 pages of text (60%) and an oral presentation about the topic of the term paper (40%) with max. 15 minute presentation + 15 minute discussion. The examination requirements will measure the student's ability to apply concepts, theories and methods. Moreover, the elaboration of a term paper and a presentation encourages the student to reproduce, analyze and evaluate theoretical knowledge about the student´s respective topic.

The module is considered passed if an overall grade of 4.0 or better has been achieved

Grading is based on these three components (there is no separate exam):

  • performance of one written term paper* with an around of 10-25 pages of text (30% of the grading);
  • oral presentation* about the topic of the term paper, including max. 20 min presentation + 20 min discussion (40% of the grading);
  • seminars attendance by the student and his\her activity at them (participation in discussions, discussion of cases, information search, etc.) (30% of the grading)
  • written term paper and it’s presentation – group task, 4-5 students in a group

The examination requirements will measure the student's ability to apply concepts, theories and methods. Moreover, the elaboration of a term paper and a presentation encourages the student to reproduce, analyze and evaluate theoretical knowledge about the student´s respective topic.

The module is considered passed if an overall grade of 4.0 or better has been achieved

Course requirements

Basic knowledge of business management

Activities

The seminar will be based on in-class exercises and discussions, as well as practice-oriented case discussions, business simulations. In addition, students will examine one topic more detailed and write a seminar paper on it. The results are presented and discussed in a group presentation.

Additional information

  • Credits
    ECTS 6
  • Contact hours per week
    4
  • Instructors
    Nataliia Bieliaieva, Marie Wehinger
  • Mode of instruction
    Hybrid
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Offering(s)

  • Start date

    14 October 2024

    • Ends
      7 February 2025
    • Term *
      Winter 2024/2025
    • Instruction language
    • Register between
      24 May - 29 Jul 2024
    Only 8 days to enrol
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These offerings are valid for students of DTU (Denmark)