What will you learn
You will analyse the different ways in which organisations operate, trade and expand overseas, discussing the ethical issues in the field of international management and employment. You will also learn about how and why people management practices vary between different countries and regions around the world. You will also focus on the staffing of international organisations, focusing in particular on the effective management of expatriate staff and the major alternative staffing strategies that international organisations follow. Finally, you will focus on the practicalities associated with managing people in an international context, specifically in the fields of performance management, diversity and inclusion, reward management, communication and employee voice, talent management and development, and flexible working practice.
This module is suitable for persons who:
are experienced people practitioners
are working in a senior people practice role and wish to extend and deepen their skills and understanding to shape strategy, policy and people
wish to shape people practice, creating value for a wider audience
are currently leading and managing people and practice within organisations
On completion of this module, learners will be able to:
Understand how major strategic and contextual forces shape the management of people in international organisations.
Understand how and why people management practice varies between different countries and regions across the world.
Be able to manage staffing and employment practices in international organisations.
Understand effective and sustainable people management activities in international contexts.