TOPIC = International Hiring Knowledge Base Workshop Part #2 -- Presentations!!
Explore a range of theoretical perspectives on strategic human resources management and on the role played by internationalization within the overall strategic development of various business organizations.
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.
All the required computer technology for remote, synchronous classes
Finish the two wiki pages (Developed and Developing Nations) and a presentation about the work.
Reminder = We are creating a Knowledge Base (i.e. a wiki) of how to legally and efficiently hire local people in countries around the world. Each wiki page covers one country, describing how to legally and efficiently Hire, Recruit and Select, citizens.
Lecture on Informational Interviewing for the next class with our Experiential Learning Event.
Minimum 5 pages total - Does not include title page and References page, of course - Minimum 3 peer-reviewed sources - Technical Report format using Harvard
Interview someone (or combine a few) from the Industry Day event organized by the Career Development Centre
Reflect on what they learned and what it means for you learning in this course.
Ensure students are signed-up and ready to take part in the virtual Industry Day event through the Career Development Centre.
WATCH = Informational Interviewing (49 min)
READ = Crosby, O. (2010). Informational Interviewing: Get the inside scoop on careers. Occupational Outlook Quarterly, 54(2), 22–29.
Develop a list of potential questions to use during the event, which will go as an Appendix to your report.
Prepare for the Industry Day event and the Informational Interview assignment