Contact hours 60-70 h, including team work with the assignment, workshop and consultation sessions and presentation session.
Self-study 60-70 h, including independent work with the assignment, other possible team co-operation, making the presentation, writing the team report.
Literature, data and other related materials to the project.
Recommended literature (check different editions and ebooks on Finna):
A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge: Fourth Edition (PMBOK Guide). Project Management Institute or Project Management Institute web site materials AND
Armstrong Michael, Taylor Stephen. Armstrong’s Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice OR
Bratton and Gold. Human Resource Management, Theory and Practice OR
Lawler, E. Effective Human Resource Management: A Global Analysis. OR
Dessler, G. 2011. 6th ed. A framework for human resource management/Gary Dessler. Pearson. OR
Arvinen & Perkins (ed.) Organizational Behaviour: People, Process, Work and Human Resource Management
The course is based on cooperation with the commissioning party and in cooperation with other local companies and organizations.
Cooperation with companies/organizations in international business/context.
17.01.2022 - 20.05.2022
HRM Project as a teamwork for a commissioning company/organization(s). Target group according to implementations plan. Team work and peer team work The HRM Project covers information retrieval, theoretical and empirical part, ideation and development work/proposals for a company/companies. Final Project Report (according to HH's official reporting guidelines) and Final presentation (free format). Project team plan and report.
03.01.2022 - 14.01.2022
According to implementation plan that is presented in first meeting session and on Moodle.
Student having experience of a similar project related to the management orientation can possibly replace the course by proving the required knowledge by writing a case of that specific project with supporting portfolio and presenting it to the instructor and students of the course. If a student would like to proceed according to the RPL process s(he) should contact the instructor of the course during the pre-enrolment week or latest when attending the first lecture.
According to the HH's course feedback procedures.
15 - 35
Attendance and commitment to the project, mandatory attendance ~70 % of the classroom and agreed consultation meetings.
Team assignment and active participation 100 %.
Individual absenteeism or delay with the returns can lower the grade.
MUBBA Degree Programme for Multilingual Management Assistants