Strategic management of human resources. Analysis of business training needs. Design of business training. Training evaluation. Process management. Factors in process management. Occupational socialization. Organizational mentoring. Career development.
Competencies and learning outcomes
- Self-management: setting goals, evaluating necessary resources, planning and organizing activities, reviewing one's own progress and performance.
- Information management: efficient collection of information from books and magazines, efficient collection of information from documents, efficient collection of information from other people, designing and conducting interviews; custody of documentation.
- Communication: reading and writing in English, conducting audio-visual presentations, preparing oral and written reports, effective two-way communication, interpreting the intentions of people.
- Teamwork: cooperating on teams.
- Academic: logical reasoning, critical thinking, application of various problem-solving strategies, evaluating new developments.
- Professional strategy: choosing an appropriate strategy to deal with the problem or problems based on reflection about the professional situation and one's own core competencies.
- Managing professional practice: designing and managing professional practice, regardless of whether it is a small business or part of a large public or private organization, including financial, personnel, and operational aspects; providing leadership to employees.
- Professional relationships: establishing and maintaining relationships with other professionals as well as relevant organizations.
- Acquisition of the profession's ethical code: recognizing ethical aspects, considering the perspectives and interests of different agents (stakeholders). Ensuring respect for the ethical principles of the profession when making decisions. Consideration of ethical issues in research and professional activities. Competence for judging and resolving ethical dilemmas.
- Continuing professional development: updating and developing one's own skills, knowledge, and abilities depending upon changes in the area and the standards and requirements of the psychological profession, national laws, and European regulations.
- Quality assurance: establishment and maintenance of a quality assurance system for the practice as a whole.
- Ability to develop positive attitudes and behavior in workers and to contribute to increasing levels of performance, satisfaction, and worker health.
- Ability to develop communication in organizations, leadership, decision-making, and organizational effectiveness.
- Ability to reduce conflict, absenteeism, and levels of external rotation in organizations.
- Ability to perform job analyses and assessments in organizations, prepare requirement profiles, and establish new salary plans.
- Ability to determine the selection and evaluation needs of people according to the strategic planning of human resources in the organization to be able to plan and manage the selection and evaluation actions deemed necessary.
- Capability to determine and apply the main techniques and tools to anticipate and identify strategic and immediate training needs and to develop a training plan based on identified training needs, designing effective and efficient training responses and assessment procedures of the impact of the training and its contribution to achieving company objectives.
- Ability to act in the prevention of occupational hazards and the development of a prevention culture within the company.
- Ability to define and plan the strategy of the human resources directorate and implement human resource management by skills and manage economic areas.
Objectives (Learning outcomes)
- Learn the fundamentals and skills needed to understand the purpose and strategic process in the area of ¿¿human resources
- Educate future professionals of the current need to have companies adopt a strategic management of human resource
- Study and analyze the steps in the strategic process of human resources
- Define the main elements related with organizational work processes management
- Analyze the psychological contract and its importance in industrial processes
- Learn to use the major tools and methods for the evaluation of process managemen
- Being able to detect and analyze the needs of organizational intervention
- Adapting intervention stages of the organizational reality
- Designing an intervention from the perspective of the scientist-practitioner mode
- Knowing the stages of the socialization process in organizations
- Dissenyar el pla d'acollida en una organització
- Gain knowledge on how to manage a career, based on personal and organizational skills
- Design a management plan for an organization career
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- Gil Rodríguez, Francisco , coord / Alcover de la Hera, Carlos María. "Introducción a la psicología de las organizaciones". Madrid Alianza Editorial D.L. 2003.
- Palací Descals, Francisco José / Agulló Tomás, Esteban. "Psicología de la Organización". Madrid Pearson-Prentice Hall cop. 2005.
Methodology and grading
- Case studies: Learning through the analysis of actual or simulated cases in order to interpret and resolve them by employing various alternative solution procedures.
- Problem-based learning: Develop active learning strategies through problem solving that promote thinking, experimentation, and decision making in the student.
- Solving exercises and problems: Exercise, test, and apply previous knowledge through routine repetition.
- In this section is important to note that ALL students of this subject will have to make a classroom exam to pass the course. This examination will take place the day of the official announcement. This exam is required to pass the course. Failure to submit the test involves face suspense in the subject, although the average of all the ratings of the subject give a passing grade.
EVALUATION SYSTEM FOR STUDENTS ATTENDING TO 75% OF CLASSES
He agrees to follow the Policy Assessment UMH students, as well as acceptance of duly justified medical reports.
-40% Of the grade will correspond to the exercises in class -> a minimum of 5 is required to provide for approval of this part
- 40% of the grade will correspond with the completion of classroom exam -> a minimum of 4 is required.
-20% Of the grade will correspond to the attendance and participation.
STUDENTS NOT ATTENDING TO 75% OF CLASSES
Approved for the exercises, the student must perform all the exercises proposed by the teacher and take a minimum of 5 in each of a total of 10 points.
Approved for the exam, the student must take a minimum of 4 out of 10 points.
The final grade will correspond to 60% exercise and 40% of the exam.