In the current economy, organizations are facing rapid changes in the business environment. Technological innovations, wide fluctuations in economic conditions, political changes across the globe and changing social norms make it essential for organizations to look at their Human Resource Management practices differently. It is increasingly important for Human Resource Managers to find ways to create sustainable source of competitive advantage through engagement of talented people. Such sustainable advantage will enable the organizations to not only to respond effectively to the competition but also to the dynamism in the business environment. With this perspective, IIM Ahmedabad is happy to offer its sixth offering on Strategic Human Resource Management.
In the above context, this programme has the following objectives:
To help participants to appreciate the significance of human resource management as a strategic tool in organizations.
To develop capability to understand strategic HR issues in organizations and thus enable the participants to make appropriate choices in dynamic business environment.
To enable participants to create sustainable sources of competitive advantage in organizations through application of concepts of strategic human resource management.
The programme will have the following themes:
Designing Human Resource Systems for Sustained Competitive Advantage
Managing in High Growth Industries: Strategic HR Issues
Managing in Mature Industries: Strategic HR Issues
Managing in Declining Industries: Strategic HR Issues
Managing Professionals: Strategic Challenges
Managing Sales Team for Competitive Advantage
Managing Workers and IR: Strategic Issues
Strategic HR Diagnosis
Corporate Strategy and HRM
Managing International Business: Strategic HR Issues
HRM in M&A: Strategic Issues
The following persons will find the programme useful:
CEOs, heads of HR and Strategic Management
Those who are involved in strategic planning and implementation
Those who are responsible for designing and implementing organizational structure and human resource management systems