There is an increasing appreciation of the role of human resources in the success of organizations across the entire industry spectrum. There is a need felt by both line managers and HR experts to understand and respond to HRM challenges at the “organizational” and “employee” level of analysis. Further, the policies and processes have to be identified after understanding the organizational context. Given that the context itself might be changing fast and becoming uncertain, it is imperative for organizations to develop nimble and flexible systems. This program aims to cover the canvas of HRM at both macro and micro level to equip the line managers dealing with human resources and human resource managers with contemporary knowledge and practices informed by valid findings from research. It intends to cover both basic and strategic HRM issues.
The program covers important aspects of behavioral science again focusing on behavior of both entities- employee and organization. At micro level the program includes discussion on personality and attitudes, perceptions, values; motivation; group behavior; leadership issues and so on. At macro level the discussion includes issues of organization design, structure, culture, technology and so forth.
The narrative of “customer” has become increasingly predominant in the organizational discourse. This program takes a very conscious and deliberate customer perspective- internal and external, in discussing the issues mentioned above. It takes the customer oriented view about managing human resources in manufacturing, services, and sales organizations. Because of the centrality of customer in services, the course has large service industry component. Even within, the organizations have tried to develop service culture with the concept of internal customer. And then organizations are managing talent by viewing their employees and prospective talent as customers. The program tries to address important issues of acquisition, retention, and management of talent and knowledge. The program covers the important techniques of competency mapping, assessment centers design, job evaluation, strategic fit analysis and so on. It also deals with specific issues of representative industries like healthcare, IT/outsourcing, financial services/professional services, sales, and manufacturing.
The program is designed to be experiential through case method teaching. Further, the course takes more business/ line managerial perspective on HRM, a prerequisite for successful HRM and general management professionals today.
The course intends to enhance participants’ understanding of:
Working graduates. Executives looking forward to making a career in HRM or assuming senior management roles may apply.
For Indian Students
|Application Fee||INR 2000/- + GST|
|Program Fee||INR 2,10,000/- + GST|
|Registration Fee||INR 4,500/- + GST|
|Total Fee (Exclusive of Application Fee)||INR 2,14,500/- + GST|
|Installment||Date||Amount INR||Amount USD|
|I||As per offer letter||(INR 72,000/- + INR 4,500/-) + GST||NA|
|II||28th July 2019||INR 54,000/- + GST||NA|
|III||23rd October 2019||INR 84,000/- + GST||NA|
During IIMC Campus Visit (Tentative list of modules, may change)
IIM Calcutta shall carry out the examination and evaluation required for certification. IIM Calcutta will directly award a certificate of completion to participants who complete the programme successfully. Giving feedback is an integral part of the completion requirements of the programme.
The overall course – EPHRM, was designed and co-ordinated perfectly. In all there were 6 modules, covering core HRM topics as well as strategy, general management and a final integration module at campus. The delivery mechanism at Hughes was near flawless and going through this one year program has been an overall enriching experience, over and above the valuable certification. The course design comprising literature, case studies, exams and project was as ehaustive as any; and IIM-C’s deep rooted heritage and excellence in academics was a significant value add.
Hughes Begumpet Centre in Hyderabad was excellent in terms of both technical and administrative support. There were negligible technical glitches and the staff were always ready on hand to sort any small issues that did come up. The ambience, lighting and air conditioning was indeed conducive to the learning experience.
The staff at Begumpet Hyderabad were ever friendly and helpful; with timely SMS updates and and always open to suggestions. Technical services was near faultless and kudos to the team for maintaining quality.
Vivimed Labs Ltd.
Prof. Dharma Raju Bathini is an Associate Professor in the Human Resource Management Department at IIMC. Prof. Dhiman holds a Phd/Fellow Programme in Management (OB) from IIM Ahmedabad, and a B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering) from NIT Warangal. Prof. Dharma in the past has worked as a Manager - Project Planning in Ashok Leyland in Chennai thus has extensive industry experience. His Research Interests are in the areas of telework, control and resistance. At IIMC, he has taught Human Resource Management (PGDM, PDPEX, PGDBA), International Human Resource Management (PGDM elective), Management control and employee resistance (FPM).
Prof Abhishek Goel is an Associate Professor in Organizational behavior. He joined IIMC in April 2008. A keen observer and student of organizations and people. Enjoys life and work. Occasionally fails to differentiate between work and life. Life member - International Society for Study of Work and Organizational Values (ISSWOV) Chair - Scientific Committee - ISSWOV 2016 (to be held in Bello Horoizonte, Brazil) Guest Editor - Intl Jl of Manpower. He is a PhD in Management – Fellow (IIM Ahmedabad) MBA- International Business, FMSR, AMU. AT IIM C Prof Abhishek Goel teaches Micro Organizational Behavior (Group processes and teamwork, Leadership) Managing in cross cultural context/Cross Cultural Management Macro Organizational Behavior/Organization structure and design Change Management/Organization Development. Prof Abhishek Goel has research interest in leadership and Organizational Culture Making Japanese organizations work in India (Ongoing) Ageing in Workplace - Maintaining Inter-generational continuity (Ongoing)
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