Course Information

MG6321 Global Human Resource Management

Credits: 1.50

An overview of human resource management practices in today’s global work environment. Topics addressed include international/socio-cultural diversity; key characteristics of select countries international business behavior; international strategic alliances; identification, recruiting and selection of international personnel; training and development of expatriates and homecountry nationals; evaluation and coaching of employees in international organizations; intercultural skills acquisition for the line manager and human resources professional; team development strategies; and design of practical language learning tools for the HR professional and the line manager.

Co-requisite: MG6123 or instructor's permission. Prerequisite: Graduate Standing