|Ad Reference :||A2927071625598202001|
|Granting Institute :||CIPM|
|Mode of Study:||Full time in Sri Lanka|
|Duration :||18 Months|
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Why MSc. HRM & Development at Salford?
Human Resource Management and Development in a Global Context (30 Credits)
This module is designed to prepare students to undertake the role of a HR manager in an international context. To enable you to do this, you will examine the changing nature of organizations in a global context, and the debates around whether HR policy and practice is becoming truly global or whether national and cultural sensibilities prevent this.
Developing Strategic Leadership Skills (30 Credits)
In addition to understanding how you may organize and manage people, it is essential to develop a critical self-awareness and understanding of different leadership styles and skills and how these can be applied to a range of situations. This module will develop your self-awareness and understanding of leadership skills and behaviors and how these can motivate and engage employees - including those from different cultural contexts - and secure their commitment in times of both stability and change. This will include learning how to manage inter-personal conflict and how to create cohesive and effective teams for the benefit of both organizations and employees through the use of different strategies such as flexible working.
Comparative Employment Relations and Law (30 Credits)
On this module, you will look at employment law in a variety of national contexts, and how this impacts on multinational organizations, reviewing contemporary industrial disputes for how these have affected organizations’ processes including employee engagement, diversity management, employee communication and involvement and participation and change management.
Resourcing for High Performance (30 Credits)
You will look at the changing nature of the workforce and the way in which increasing diversity can be an organizational asset. You will develop your strategic skills, looking at the analysis of trends, developing effective, legally compliant resourcing and retention strategies, and evaluating process, policies, and practices for recruitment and performance. As you develop your interviewing skills, you will be encouraged to reflect on your own performance. You will use class-based performance management scenarios with fellow students to analyses real-world performance management scenarios and discuss different approaches to handling performance conversations. An important part of this module looks at a critical understanding of performance and performance management, including high-performance work practices, and the boundary between motivation for performance and abuse. You will also consider how to advise business managers in their setting of performance priorities, objectives and targets.
Dissertation (60 Credits)
An advanced-level applied research pathway based on a real-world business problem and examining an issue important to an organization. The Dissertation path gives you the opportunity to apply the theoretical and practical knowledge gained from the taught elements of the program to a current organizational issue and deploy and effectively use appropriate problem-solving skills through critical self-reflection and methodical, systematic research. It is an excellent option if you are considering moving into academic research and PhD studies.
You will create an initial 1,500-word research proposal consisting of research questions, aims and objectives, and the rationale for undertaking the study. The 12,000 – 15,000-word dissertation will include a literature review, research methodology, analysis of findings, conclusions, recommendations, and a critical reflection of your learning. In addition, you will share your findings with key stakeholders. This will generally be a presentation to an audience but might be a poster presentation or a video recording.
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