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Viewing: MGT 3305 : Human Capital Sustainability

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School of Business
Management Science (MGT)
MGT
3305
Human Capital Sustainability
Human Capital Sustainability
Fall 2016
3
Course Type
Lecture
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McHugh
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Managerial challenges associated with employment, economic efficiency, employee equity, and employee voice. How market forces, public policy, negotiations, and globalization affect sustainable employment relationships.
Learning Objectives: 1) Gain knowledge of concepts and frameworks from human resource management, organizational behavior, and entrepreneurship that enhance understanding of the relationship between management practices and human capital sustainability outcomes. 2) Apply the concepts and frameworks to human capital challenges both domestically and internationally through exercises, cases and projects. 3) Contrast public policy (regulatory) mechanisms and voluntary mechanisms that focus on the challenges of human capital sustainability. 4) Develop skills in analyzing and evaluating human capital sustainability problems and determining appropriate solutions. 5) Develop negotiation skills applicable to the human capital context.

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