As a complement to my book Human Resources Strategies and in the wake of the coronavirus crisis in 2020, I decided to make strategic perspectives on HR accessible to a wider audience. Enjoy the result!
This master course provides a comprehensive overview of the strategic side of human resource management (HRM). You will learn step by step how to build a strong and competitive HR strategy for a specific company. All relevant fields of action of HR are systematically considered: recruitment, selection, learning, development, compensation, appraisal, feedback, retention, working conditions, employer attractiveness, HR organisation, people analytics, and transformation.
This series is aimed at current and future HR managers and HR executives, heads of specific HR functions, Master's students with a focus on business and HR, as well as CEOs with an interest in HR. Even some HR consultants can still learn a lot here.
Click here for the YouTube playlist. It comprises 37 episodes spread over a total of 20 hours. Depending on your interests and background, it may also be worthwhile to pick out individual episodes.
This series is based on my book Human Resources Strategies. Balancing Stability and Agility in Times of Digitization
The most comprehensive book about strategic HR in times of Digitization
Companies should ask themselves what kind of Human Resource Management they want to play. This video offers a simple guide for orientation. It reflects a core idea of this course
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In this course, I teach the basics of human resource management. It is an undergraduate course, which has been recorded in 2013 at the Furtwangen University.