TOPIC -- Employee Engagement in the major English-speaking economics (Canada, USA, UK, and Australia)
Identify and discuss variations within a range of international organizations in their approaches to strategic human resources management.
Determine the influence of internal organizational characteristics and external environmental forces on the chances of success or failure of the organization’s internationalization human resources strategy.
Assess the influence of a complex range of internal and external factors upon the success or failure of specific strategic initiatives related to internationalization or transnational business development from a human resources perspective.
Exhibit cultural understanding and sensitivity in discussions and decisions of human resources managers.
If presenting, slide deck and interactive activity
All of the required computer technology
Read the slide decks for the countries being presented today
Read the post by today's presenters where they list the three areas they will be highlighting.
WATCH = Films Media Group. (2015). Creating fulfilling relationships & great teams: Part 4—building great teams: the steps to make relationships work. Films On Demand. [17 minutes] - See eLearn for the link to the library-licensed streamed video
International Employee Relations Part #1 (worth 10%)- Introduction - Canada - USA - UK - Australia
Debrief discussion, reflecting on today's presentations: 1. I used to think... (fill in the blank) 2. But, now I think... (fill in the blank)
Read the slide decks for the countries being presented next week. This'll help you prepare to be informed, engaged participants for your classmates' presentations.
Prepare Student-Led Workshops, which continue next week Remember, you only have 17 minutes total. Have you posted your top 3 points yet to the Forum? That'll help you focus what you're going to highlight.
International Employee Relations Part #2 (worth 10%) - Italy - Germany - France - Denmark
NOTE = For the groups with two presenters, each get 7.5 minutes to co-deliver the lecture for their country. The interactive activity and Q&A time remains the same.