Human Resource Management
Subject of the course:
The "Human Resource Management" event imparts basic content from the field of human resources and organizational research based on behavioral science.
Following the discussion of elementary epistemological, conceptual and methodological foundations of HR research, selected HR management or organizational theoretical explanations, strategies and instruments are developed with the students and critically discussed.
Based on a functionalistically based understanding of operational HR work, the students are able to analyze the application requirements and design parameters of HR management measures and to critically reflect on their possible uses (and limits) for the handling of operational problems.
Preparation of a scientific essay (alone or in pairs) at the end of the semester.
Martin, A. (2001): Personal - Theorie, Politik, Gestaltung. Stuttgart.
Martin, A./ Bartscher-Finzer, S. (2015): Personal - Sozialisation, Integration und Kontrolle. Stuttgart.
Martin, Q. (2017): Organizational Behaviour - Verhalten in Organisationen (2. akt. und erw. Aufl.). Stuttgart.
Further literature by arrangement.
Further information on the seminar as well as the VA handout with topics and dates can be found in the corresponding Moodle course (The registration code is: HRM2022):
The first date planned for March 17th, 2023 is cancelled, so the event will not start until March 24th, 2023!