1000 Human Resource Management

1000 Human Resource Management

  • Study programme and level: Master’s joint study programme Management in Administration 2nd Cycle
  • 2nd year
  • 7 ECTS
  • Course type: proffesional elective
  • Lectures: 21
  • Seminar: 11
  • Other study activities: 118
  • Individual work: 60
  • Language: English, Serbian, Slovene
  • Lecturer: Mirjana Drakulić, PhD

 

1. Content (Syllabus outline)

  • Introduction to the subject. Needs and approaches to the study. The concept and content of human resource management.
  • Areas of human resource management.
  • Designing jobs. Human Resource Planning.
  • Provision of human resources. Education and updating the knowledge of employees. System performance evaluation of employees.
  • Personal career development and promotion.
  • The organization of human resource management. Creative workshops, case studies and interactive discussions inaccordance with the content and structure of theory.

2. Readings

  • TORRINGTON D., HALL L.С., Taylor S., Menadžment ljudskih resursa, Data status, Beograd, 2005.
  • DULIĆ D., Etički problemi upravljanja ljudskim resursima, Fakultet civilne odbrane, Beograd, 2005.
  • Alibabić Š., Milićević V., DRAKULIĆ M., Modeli učenja u korporacijama, Andragoške studije, Beograd, br. 2/2011, str. 65 – 83.
  • DULIĆ D., Operationalising human security in societies in transition: a case study of Serbia, Mainstreaming Human Security in Peace Operations and Crisis management, W. Benedek, M.C. Kettemann and M. Möstl (eds.), Routledge, London and New York, 2011, pp.189-214.
  • ĆAMILOVIĆ S., Vujić V., Osnove menadžmenta ljudskih resursa, Tekon, Beograd, 2011.
  • DESSLER G., Human Resource Management, Pearson, New Jersey, 2011.
  • DESSLER G., Osnovni menadžmenta ljudskih resursa, Data status, Beograd, 2007.

3. Objectives and competences

Course objective is that students gain knowledge and become familiar with the practical achievements in human resource management and master the necessary skills to identify strategic and operational needs of the administrative authority in the field of human resource management.

Students acquire competences that are related to solving organizational, social, legal and technical aspects of HRM, as well as competences of the use of processes, methods and techniques of HRM.

 

4. Intended learning outcomes:

Knowledge and understanding:
Students will be able to apply the acquired knowledge in their workplace and perform work activities in the basic process of human resource management, preparation of decisions on human resources and implementation of decisions.

 

5. Learning and teaching methods:

Teaching is conducted through interactive work with students, presentation of new findings and results, case studies and examples of good practice, workshops and debates. Each studentis required to prepare a term paper or project.

 

6. Assessment

Activities during lectures 10%
Student paper 30%
Test 20%
Oral exam 40%