This lesson teaches students about human resources management. First, use the Discussion Guide (found in Task 1) to teach students about this concept. Then, use the activity (found in Task 2) to assess their understanding. This activity gives students the chance to interview working professionals about their experience with HR management. A full lesson module related to this concept can be found on the MBA Learning Center. Visit mba.instructure.com and search for "HR:410" in the Commons.
In this lesson, students think about how groups like trauma units have dynamic team leadership cultures. They will think about how these organizations incorporate new people, bring them up to speed quickly, and at the same time, maintain reliability and never commit an error. In this lesson, they will read about this kind of culture and analyze how this could work for their own organizations/clubs. They will think about how to imagine leadership and team organization as a system and not as a hierarchy.
Management, III. Business OrganizationCommunication, III. Workplace CommunicationManagement, VI. Human Resource Management
This is a sample of an employee guidebook/ handbook created by a SBE manager for our coffeeshop style SBE.
Design and execution of human resource management strategies. Two central themes: (1) How to think systematically and strategically about aspects of managing the organization's human assets, and (2) What really needs to be done to implement these policies and to achieve competitive advantage. Adopts the perspective of a general manager and addresses human resource topics (including reward systems, performance management, high-performance human resource systems, training and development, recruitment, retention, equal employment opportunity laws, work-force diversity, and union-management relationships) from a strategic perspective.
Historical evolution and assessment of different theories and disciplinary perspectives used in research on work, employment, and industrial relations. Introduces doctoral students to the field and explores where their research interests fit within the broader field. First part compares the normative assumptions, theories, and methodologies used by economists, historians, sociologists, psychologists, political scientists, and legal scholars from the latter nineteenth century to the present. Final portion explores strategies for advancing research on topics of current interest to participants.
This high school business resource provides a PDF template and link to the resource, Job Description Writing Guide. Students are instructed to craft a job description for a new business. Project can be a stand-alone or part of a larger business plan project.