By: Northeastern University
Focuses on the strategic, rather than administrative, side of human resource management (HRM). Although many companies view HRM as primarily administrative, there are others that recognize that effective HRM is a key to their competitiveness. Emphasizes and illustrates the ways in which different HRM practices support and enable different business strategies. Studies key components and principles of talent management, including recruitment and selection, reward systems, training and development, and retention. Prereq. Executive MBA students only.