Learning Outcomes :
Upon successful completion of this course, students are expected to: integrate human capital and change management with a business strategy by identifying gaps in current human capital systems; understand the tools and techniques; develop a coherent framework of a human capital plan including the policies, programs, and practices to support the organization’s strategy and contribute to a high-performance organization culture by recruiting, acquiring, motivating, and rewarding the workforce; develop recommendations or plans to improve the human capital processes to optimize the results and engagement of people through a proper change management, for example choosing effective intervention and communication strategies at different stages in a change process; analyze how the digital era shapes the current and future concepts and practices of the changing human capital management; analyze the current issues (business, economics, and global changing) that can impact the human capital strategy in organizations as a part of change management. For example, from 2015- 2017, the implication of AEC (ASEAN Economy Community) was a hot issue for domestic resources.
This course is aimed at developing students’ comprehensive understanding of human capital and its critical roles in organizations. The sustainable success of an organization is profoundly determined by its people, its human capital. It is therefore very important to understand the essential practices of human capital management and how those practices impact organizational performance. Managing human capital means managing people. The success of managing people lies heavily in the proper conduct of managing change. This course is also designed to enhance students’ understanding of change management and how it is integrated into strategic human capital management.
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