The purpose of International Human Resources Management postgraduate studies, conducted in English, is to provide students with theoretical-practical knowledge from the broad human resources management in international companies and shape their interpersonal skills, treated as crucial factor of managerial competencies in MNCs. In addition, the aim of the studies is to profile the qualifications and competences necessary to understand, build and implement tools and procedures for human resource management in an international company in the modern world.
During the course a student has the opportunity to get acquainted with the most important factors to be taken into consideration when developing strategies and action programs for staffing (especially tools like Assessment Center), performance appraisal, training, development, compensation, motivation, communication or integration of employees of different nations and cultures. It is important at the same time to acquire the ability to create solutions that maintain the right balance between what can be universal and standardized across the entire international organization, and what must take into account the local environment. As a result, the obtained knowledge and skills allow one to plan strategically, implement the HR process in the corporation wide range and carry out the international strategic controlling.
The essential element of the program content is also acquiring knowledge and skills in the scope of building the direct interpersonal relationships in a variety of international project teams, in which there is interaction between culturally diverse members. Therefore, a particular area of interest are the conflicts and emotions in the context of intercultural differences, intercultural communication, managerial coaching, shock and cultural adaptation, as well as the qualifications and competencies of the international managers. Aspects important in human capital management in MNCs.
Winter term: 13-14.11.2021 27-28.11.2021 11-12.12.2021 8-9.01.2022 22-23.01.2022 12-13.02.2022
For detailed information please contact Head of IHRM PS dr Łukasz Haromszeki - 792647007, firstname.lastname@example.org
The studies are addressed to people who want to improve their qualifications and competences in the range of international human resources management and, in particular, to: • HR managers, • people dealing with HR issues directly at all levels of international corporations, • consultants and business advisors working in international space, • expatriates working in international companies.
2 semestry, 170 godz.
|Lp.||Nazwa przedmiotu||Liczba |
|1.||Fundamentals of Management||6|
|2.||Internal and External Environment of HRM in MNC||4|
|3.||Business and IHRM strategies||6|
|4.||Integration Workshop: Team Building Session||8|
|5.||Continental models of HRM||4|
|6.||Cross-cultural determinants of IHRM subfunctions||4|
|7.||Staffing the Organization with International Managers||6|
|8.||Competencies of International Manager||6|
|9.||Assessment Center simulation workshop||18|
|10.||International Compensation System||6|
|12.||Performance Management for International Staff||8|
|14.||Global Talent Management||8|
|15.||Training and Development of International Staff||8|
|16.||European Funds for Employee Development||8|
|17.||Managing International Careers||8|
|19.||Psychology of International Management||6|
|20.||International Project Management||8|
|21.||Coaching in International Company||6|
|22.||Psychometrics and Psychological Testing||6|
|23.||Work Life Balance and Stress Management||6|
|24.||Business and IHRM Consultancy||8|
The studies finish with an exam. After graduating the student will receive the diploma.
Classes will be conducted as lectures, presentations, group activities, project work, case studies, workshop and interactive sessions on Saturdays and Sundays. Some classes will be in distance delivery (synchronous).
The lecturers are academic teachers of Wroclaw University of Economics & Business as well as from foreign partner universities (for example Henley Business School or members of Central and Eastern European International Research Team, and InterCons Research Team) and managers with extensive experience in international human resources management. The biograms are added in the last part.
dr Łukasz Haromszeki
Katedra Zarządzania Kadrami
tel. 71 36 80 672
pok. 819, bud. Z
dr hab. Marzena Stor, prof. UEW
Katedra Zarządzania Kadrami
pok. 818, bud. Z
There is no registration fee. There is a possibility to pay in 2 or 4 installments.
Preferred way of submitting admission documents: via post office.
The application documents (after printing and signing) should be sent via post office to: Centrum Kształcenia Ustawicznego, Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny we Wrocławiu, ul. Komandorska 118/120, 53-345 Wrocław
It is possible to submit admission documents in person. Office hours are available in the "Contact" section.
In case of questions regarding the program of the studies, please contact: Łukasz Haromszeki PhD, phone: 792 647 007, e-mail: email@example.com
Termin zakończenia rekrutacji: 2021-09-30
Termin uruchomienia studiów: 2021-11-13
Wymagana jest znajomość języka angielskiego w stopniu umożliwiającym komunikację w mowie i piśmie. Wszystkie zajęcia odbywają się w języku angielskim. / Knowledge of English is required on a level which enable to oral and written communication. All classes are conducted in English.
KADRA DYDAKTYCZNA/ LECTURERS:
Zajęcia prowadzone były m.in. przez/ Lectures and workshops have conducted i.a. by:
She is the head of Human Resources Management (HRM) Department at the Wrocław University of Economics & Business and at the same time she occupies the position of an extraordinary professor of Strategic International HRM. She is also a scientific supervisor to two postgraduate programs: International Human Resources Management (IHRM) (in English language) and Human Resources Management (in Polish language). In the past, she was the director of the Executive MBA Program for several years. Her scientific degrees cover: Higher Doctor’s Degree of Economics in Management, Doctor’s Degree of Economics in Management, Master of Science in Applied Linguistics, Master of English Philology. She studied in Poland and in the USA. Her scientific and research interests encompass: the international and cross-cultural issues in HRM, business & HRM strategies, HRM impact on company performance, transnational corporations, competency management, interpersonal business communication, and managing international teams. She has supervised and participated in over 25 various research projects, including international (e.g. Erasmus+). Since 2007 she’s been a member of the Central and Eastern European Research Team covering about 20 European countries plus the USA partners, being at the same time a leader for Poland. She attended many overseas conferences on IHRM, including the prestigious conferences organized by the top European and American universities where she presented her research findings. She is a reviewer for several leading international scientific conferences, such as the cyclical IHRM Conference and Global Conference on IHRM. Additionally, she is the chair of the Conference Scientific Advisory Board of a cyclical nationwide conference on Success in HRM organized by her department. Besides, she is a reviewer for several highly rated journals, as to mention International Business Review, Cross Cultural & Strategic Management, and International Journal of Cross Cultural Management. Her review and expert roles are also visible in the cooperation with the Polish National Science Center. She is the author of about 150 scientific publications in Polish and English. In her portfolio she possesses about thirty various awards for the scientific, research, publishing and teaching achievements. In addition to scientific work, her professional activity includes cooperation with business. So far, she has managed many projects of developmental and implementative character.
She is Associate Professor Henley Business School, University of Reading. Dr Houldsworth studied at the University of Birmingham and University of Aston prior to her doctoral studies. She graduated with a PhD from the University of Brunel in 1995 on the topic of management learning. She spent five years as a Managing Consultant with Hay Group, specialising in leadership development and performance management and worked with many international and domestic clients both in Europe and across the globe. Dr Houldsworth joined the faculty at Henley Business School in 2000. She has held several roles at Henley, including leading the MBA managing people module. She is currently Programme director for Henley’s MSc in International HRM and has a number of publications reflecting her interests in management development and comparative aspects of human resource management. In addition to teaching human resources Dr Houldsworth also teaches personal development and careers and provides supervision for MBA projects and doctoral theses. She is external examiner for the University of Derby and an external evaluator for Malta’s Further and Higher Education Authority. Since 2017 Dr Houldsworth has collaborated with the University of Economics in Wroclaw to offer teaching and student visit opportunities between the two institutions.
Dr. József Poór, DSc., CMC is Professor of Management at J.Selye University Komarno (Slovakia) and teaching at Hungarian Agrar and Lifesciences University (Hungary) and Babes-Bolyai University (Cluj, Romania), where he teaches a variety of management courses (HRM, International Management and Management Consulting). He earned his Ph.D. from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences Budapest. He served as guest professor at five different US universities (PAMI-Honolulu, CSU-Cleveland, EKU-Richmond (KY), Bellarmine-College, Louisville (KY) and Saginaw (MI)),and taught fourteen short summer semesters. He was as visiting professor at sixteens universities in Europe, where taught different management subjects (International Business, International Management, International Human Resource Management, Management consulting etc.) He was senior manager at different internationally recognized professional service firms (Mercer, HayGroup, Diebold) and at a private business school (International Management Center, Budapest) almost two decades. His scholarly publications have appeared in internationally referred journals (Employee Relations International Journal, International Journal of Human Resource Management, Journal of Business Research, Journal for East European Management Studies, Journal of Business Research , Journal of East-West Business, Journal of Eastern European and Central Asian Research, Multinational Business Review and Politische Psychologie Aktuell etc.) He wrote many books and book-chapters in Hungarian, (Wolter-Kluwer, Akademia) and in English (Addison-Wisley, Chapman&Hall, Kogan Page, Nova Publishing, Prentice Hall and Routledge) alone or as co-author.
He is an assistant Professor in Human Resources Management Department at Wroclaw University of Economics and at the same time he occupies the position of the head of two postgraduate studies International Human Resources Management (in English) and Modern Human Resources Management (in Polish). He was Coordinator of Executive MBA Program at Wrocław University of Economics in 2017-2020. He is an interdisciplinary educated HRM expert - Master in Management (2002) and Doctor of Economics (2007) from Wroclaw University of Economics, Postgraduate Studies of Philosophy and Ethics (2004) and Management Psychology (2012), University of Wroclaw, School of Human Rights (2005), Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights, Postgraduate Studies of Leadership and Social Communication (2002), Military University of Technology in Warsaw, English Language and Psychology Courses (1999), Diablo Valley College San Ramon, CA. He is the author and co-author of over 90 scientific articles and specialist documents. Since 2007 he has been a consultant, lecturer, tutor in educational and investments projects, mostly co-financed by European Union. He is an expert in Horizon 2020, Horizon Europe in Research Ethics and Integrity Team (European Commission), Programs – Interreg Central Europe, Regional Operational Programme For The Lower Silesian, Pomeranian and Silesian Voivodships in the fields of e.g. Enterprise and Employees’ Adaptation, SME’s Employees’ Competences and Qualifications, Education, Employment and Regional Development. He is a member of international research teams – Central and Eastern European International Research Team (CEEIRT), InterCons Research Team (ICRT). He is an expert/auditor in HRM Leader Award, the Institute of Labor and Social Studies. Since 2017 he is a Co-investigator in the project financed by the National Science Center, Poland. His research interests: organizational leadership, management by values, ethics and CSR, strategic HRM, influencing and motivating people, talent management.
Prof. Dr. Susanne Rank. teaches Human Resources Management and Change Management at University of Applied Sciences of Mainz at graduate and undergraduate level. She studied Psychology and Business Administration at University of Erlangen where she graduated in Psychology” in 1993 and got her Dr. phil. (Ph. d. equivalent) in 1997. From 1993-1997 Prof. Dr. Rank worked as researcher in DFG-projects about social cognition at the University of Mannheim. During this time, as a trainer, she run soft-skills training for the IHK Darmstadt, VHS Karlsruhe and Barmer Ersatzkasse. Since 1997 she worked as in-house HR consultant at SAP AG within the global Human Resources Development department where she ran a project-team lead implementation of global Employee Survey and Performance Management System. From 2001-2004 she worked as Senior Business Consultant at the Corp. Organizational Development and also as Change Manager at international SAP internal strategic change projects as well as at external customer projects.From 2003-2004 she lived in Mexico-City to lead a Change Management team within a SAP software implementation project at a Mexican oil & gas company. Since 2004, she has been Professor for Business Administration and Human Resources Management at University of Applied Mainz. In 2006 she had a visiting professorship at Coastal University / USA. Several publications focus on social psychology, strategic HR Management and Change Management.
Prof. Vincent Cassar is a Chartered Organizational Psychologist with the British Psychological Society and a Chartered Scientist with the British Science Council. Vince is Senior Lecturer in the Dept of Management (University of Malta), an Honorary Teaching Fellow at Birkbeck College (University of London) and Visiting Scholar at the University of Zagreb (Croatia). He has worked in the past with HFI (London), Sirota Inc (US/UK), as a self-employed consultant and as a Talent Management Consultant at P5+ (EMD). His research and teaching interests include the psychological contract, entrepreneurship and occupational health and stress. He also has interests in careers and management development / organizational learning. He has presented and published his studies in several top peer-reviewed journals like Work & Stress, Journal of Vocational Behavior, and the International Journal of Human Resource Management. He also acts as a reviewer for several peer-reviewed journals and the American Academy of Management’s OB and Entrepreneurship section. He was founder and President of the Malta Association of Work and Organizational Psychology between 2011 and 2013, Deputy Chair of MCAST between 2013 and 2014 and Chair of Engineering Resources between 2014 and 2015. He is currently a Director of IPS Ltd and a member of the Senior Appointments Advisory Committee (Office of the Prime Minister).
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