21885 HRM Project: People6cp
Requisite(s): 21883c Diversity and Inclusion AND 21884c Managing Change
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The capacity to undertake investigative enquiries that lead to valuable and worthwhile practical outcomes is a necessary skill for HR practitioners at all levels and in all types of organisations. This subject seeks to present the project process in an accessible and practical way, by providing students with an introduction to the different stages on the project journey from initial project ideation to submission of the final project report.
This subject draws from the students understanding of Human Resource Management and applies these concepts to a real organizational context. Students will be expected to undertake analysis of a real-life organization, and to propose transformational knowledge research that centers on areas of people management. The students are expected to work collaboratively with industry partner stakeholders, to deliver innovative and context appropriate solutions. The course takes an evidence-based approach, utilizing research skills and collected data to critically analyze an aspect or aspects of Human Resources within a specific context, and evaluate the nature of the challenge. Students will then device an intervention designed to deal with the challenge and provide an analysis of the results. This subject is framed as a consultancy project that takes into consideration the complexity of applying research and knowledge in real-life practice.
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