HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

An introduction

In 2013, I recorded my two-semester introductory lecture for Bachelor students at Furtwangen University. Today, this series is the most successful MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) in HR worldwide. It now forms the basis for numerous lectures at universities around the globe.

The whole spectrum of HR

This lecture covers everything you need to know about HR. The topics at a glance: Introduction, HR strategy, HR planning, recruitment, selection, compensation, learning, development, employee surveys, work and working conditions, employee retention, social media, HR organisation, HR controlling, IT, change management.

WHO SHOULD BE INTERESTED IN THIS

This course is aimed at students with an interest in business, human resources management or industrial and organisational psychology. Most followers, on the other hand, are HR professionals, HR managers and thoses who moved into HR from other functions and who want to get an overview or complete their knowledge.

The Playlist

Click here for the playlist. It includes 20 videos and a total of 24 hours of lively lectures. Let's go!

ALL MY SLIDES FOR DOWNLOAD

All slides in PowerPoint or PDF format can be found here: PPT | PDF

Please just use, adapt, quote. I work things out so that they can be shared and thereby brought to life. Have fun with it!

What some of my subscribers say

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    Official Certificate

    Get your official Certificate from the Furtwangen University (Germany) to prove your understanding and knowledge in the field of HR

    Human Resources Strategies

    A comprehensive master's-level course for HR executives and HR professionals (as YouTube and podcast). Here we move exclusively to the strategic level. The slides are available for download free of charge.

    Social Research Methods

    In this course, I teach the basics of social research methods – from research question to reporting. It is available on YouTube and as a podcast.

    Useful Exercises

    Here you'll find exercises to all topics of this lecture. I was using these questions in past exams.