Masters of Business Administration:HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTShri VaishnavSM Institute of Management
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Operation Research for Business Decisions
Fundamentals of Operations Management
Fundamentals of Financial Management
Fundamentals of marketing Management
Fundamentals of Human Resource Management
Business Ethics & Indian Ethos in Management
Business Research Methods
The objective of this course is to help the students develop an understanding of the dimensions of the
management of human resources, with particular reference to HRM policies and practices at international Level.
1: HRM Concept
Definition, Concept, Evaluation and Relevance of HRM. Human Resource Functions, HRM in Indian and
Global Scenario. Human Resource Policies.
Case:Vindhya Steels Ltd
2:Human Resource Acquisition Process
Job Analysis- Job Specification, Job Analysis Methods, Human Resource Planning Concept and Process
of HRD, HRP Process at National and Corporate Level, Human Resource Information System. Steps of
HRIS, Recruitment, Sources of recruitment, Selection, Stages in selection process. Global Scenario in HR
3: Human Resource Training and Development.
Orientation, Training and Development Process and Methods, Need Assessment, Training Evaluation,
Approaches and Types of Evaluation Instruments, Developing Effective Training Programmes, HRD
mechanism, HRD for Organisational Effectiveness
4: Appraising and Improving Performance:
Basic Concepts Objectives and Process of Performance Appraisal Systems, Performance verses
Potential Appraisal, Types of Employee Appraisal Systems, New Trends in Performance Appraisal
Systems at Global level, Succession Planning, Career Planning and Assessment Centers.
Case: Appraising the Secreteries at Sweetwater U
5: Maintenance of Human Resources:
Job Evaluation, Incentive and Reward System, Objectives and Major Phases of Compensation
Management, Cross-national variation in reward structures.
Case: Swati Textile India Limited.
6:Knowledge Management & International HRM
Knowledge & knowledge transfer, knowledge and situation cognition, Implications for knowledge transfer,
knowledge management in multinational companies, knowledge management & International HRM.