Human Resources Management OBHR – E100. Welcome! The OBHR E100 Web Site http://isites.harvard.edu/icb/icb.do?keyword=k41296 The web site will be our primary way of communicating Currently contains Fall 2008 Syllabus – the questions for each case study
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Dr. James P. Honan
Dr. Michael Thomas
Outside Influences: Legal Environment, Economy, Globalization, Company Norms
Creating the Living BrandBendapudi, N., Bendapudi, V., HBR, May 2005
Planning for Organizations, Jobs, and People
Acquiring Human Resources
Course Overview (Continued)
Building Individual and Organizational Performance
A medium-sized manufacturing company is considering a major business decision to upgrade its technology by purchasing computer-driven equipment.
What are some of the HR considerations that need to be factored into the decision?
If you were the executive in charge of HR at Kodak, what are the first five steps you would take in the goal of paring 15,000?
Describe each step and the reason for taking it.
Human Resources Structures
Careers in Human Resources
Training and Development
Organizational Behaviorist or Designer
Employee and/or Labor Relations
Current and Future Challenges