Unit 1 Introduction to Strategic Human Resource Management
This topic introduces the area of strategic human resource management and its role in building high performance organization. Managing people resource to meet organizational business strategy is key to achieve high productivity and performance. Designing business strategy and subsequently the HR strategy by utilizing HR functions will be discussed in this module.
Unit 1 Business Organization
Business strategies are corporate level decisions. Understanding .the business organizations will be discussed as part of SHRM
Unit 1 Creating Value_Designing HR Strategies
Understanding and designing HR strategy from planning to exit to maintain a momentum of progress without hurting the business sustainability- Operational Excellence
Unit 1_HR Analytics and decision making
Understanding the technical extension of the data based HR
Unit 1 Employee engagement
Having a motivated workforce is a competitive advantage for any organization
Models of strategic human resource management
The deployment of HR keeping in view the resources and constraints is dependents on organization's stage of development. The maturity of an organizations and its sustainability decisions facilitates choice SHRM models for drafting HR policies and practices. This topic is a brief overview on different models used in SHRM.
Strategic human resource planning
Strategic human resource planning-Job analysis
Employee – Employer contract
Gig economy, flexible work arrangement and COVID 19 has taken cognizance of new age contracts. This module will explore this aspect in formulation of HR strategy.
Recruitment and Selection
Recruitment is an important HR function. It decides the successful implementation of other HR functions subsequently.
Designing compensation for business strategies
Linking strategy to results at all levels
Evaluating business outcomes
Talent Management for strategic HR
Managing HR through gig economy and boundaryless organization
Mergers and Acquisitions
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What are the reasons for organizational change?
- A more fulfilling and attractive workplace.
- A better employee experience.
- Better project outcomes.
- Lower project costs.
- Decreased employee resistance.
- Greater employee satisfaction.
- More efficient business processes.
- Higher profit margins.