Human Resources Management Capstone: HR for People Managers

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About this course: This specialization provides a robust introduction to the key principles, policies, and practices of human resource management, with a focus on understanding managerial choices and constraints, acquiring and onboarding talent, managing employee performance, and rewarding employees. The capstone project provides learners with the opportunity to apply these key principles and practices to a real-world workplace (including a learner's own workplace if desired). Specifically, the capstone project will involve identifying the key human resources challenges for a workplace--including the most pressing motivational, selection, performance evaluation, and reward issues. And f…

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About this course: This specialization provides a robust introduction to the key principles, policies, and practices of human resource management, with a focus on understanding managerial choices and constraints, acquiring and onboarding talent, managing employee performance, and rewarding employees. The capstone project provides learners with the opportunity to apply these key principles and practices to a real-world workplace (including a learner's own workplace if desired). Specifically, the capstone project will involve identifying the key human resources challenges for a workplace--including the most pressing motivational, selection, performance evaluation, and reward issues. And for each of these areas, learners will devise a multi-step action plan for addressing the challenges identified.

Created by:  University of Minnesota
  • Taught by:  John W. Budd, Professor and Director

    Center for Human Resources and Labor Studies
  • Taught by:  Larry Bourgerie, Senior Lecturer

    Carlson School of Management, Department of Work and Organizations
  • Taught by:  Amy Falink, Senior Lecturer

    Department of Work and Organizations
  • Taught by:  Alan Benson, Assistant Professor

    Carlson School of Management, Department of Work and Organizations
Basic Info Course 5 of 5 in the Human Resource Management: HR for People Managers Specialization Commitment 7 weeks of study, 3-4 hours/week Language English, Subtitles: Italian How To Pass Pass all graded assignments to complete the course. User Ratings 4.8 stars Average User Rating 4.8See what learners said Coursework

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University of Minnesota The University of Minnesota is among the largest public research universities in the country, offering undergraduate, graduate, and professional students a multitude of opportunities for study and research. Located at the heart of one of the nation’s most vibrant, diverse metropolitan communities, students on the campuses in Minneapolis and St. Paul benefit from extensive partnerships with world-renowned health centers, international corporations, government agencies, and arts, nonprofit, and public service organizations.

Syllabus


WEEK 1


Welcome and Getting Started



The capstone project provides you with the opportunity to apply the key principles and practices presented in the four courses of the HRM specialization to a real-world workplace. In this first module, you will get acquainted with the overall expectations of this capstone course and identify the work unit that will be the focus of their your capstone project.


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  1. Video: Welcome to the HRM Capstone
  2. Reading: Overview of the HRM Capstone
  3. Discussion Prompt: Learner Background and Objectives
  4. Reading: Instructions
  5. Discussion Prompt: Brainstorming Work Units to Analyze
  6. Peer Review: Identifying a Work Unit to Analyze


WEEK 2


Milestone 1: Identifying the Internal and External Context



The first major milestone in the capstone project is identifying the internal and external needs, pressures, and constraints. In this module, you will be prompted to think about the major elements of the internal and external context and will create a draft description of these elements to share with other learners. You will also review others' work to provide guidance and to help reflect upon their own context.


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  1. Reading: Introduction
  2. Video: External Influences on HR Strategies
  3. Video: The Importance of Organizational Strategy for HR Strategy
  4. Video: Why Worry about Why Employees Work?
  5. Video: The Many Meanings of Work
  6. Video: Work is Complex, So Managing is Complex
  7. Video: The Goals of Every People Manager
  8. Video: You Can't Always Do What You Want
  9. Discussion Prompt: Learner-to-Learner Guidance on Milestone 1
  10. Peer Review: Identifying the Internal and External Context


WEEK 3


Milestone 2: Recruiting and Selecting Employees



The second major milestone in the capstone project is to identify the recruitment and selection needs of the work unit you identified. In this module, you will be prompted to think about the major elements of the hiring process and will create a draft description of these elements to share with other learners. You will also review others' work to provide guidance and to help reflect upon their own work.


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  1. Reading: Introduction
  2. Reading: Selection Assessment Methods
  3. Video: Internal vs. External Hires
  4. Video: Job Descriptions
  5. Video: Recruiting with Mobile Technology
  6. Video: Selection Process Overview
  7. Video: Selection Tools
  8. Video: Interviews Part One
  9. Video: Interviews Part Two
  10. Video: Candidate Evaluation
  11. Video: Biases and Rater Errors
  12. Discussion Prompt: Learner-to-Learner Guidance on Milestone 2
  13. Peer Review: Recruitment and Selection
  14. Reading: Job Description Template- use for part one of the activity


WEEK 4


Milestone 3: Managing Employee Performance



The third major milestone in the capstone project is identifying the Performance Management processes that are in place to facilitate effective employee performance and growth. In this module, you will be prompted to think about the major elements of the performance management and will create a draft description of these elements to share with other learners.You will also review others' work to provide guidance and to help reflect upon their own context.


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  1. Video: 1.3.1 Strategic Performance Management Model
  2. Video: 1.3.3 Role of Training in Performance Management Strategy
  3. Video: 2.2.4 Developing Performance Standards
  4. Video: 2.2.3 Characteristics of Good Performance Objectives
  5. Video: 3.2.2 What is Multi Rater Feedback?
  6. Video: 4.1.3 Fundamentals of Civility - The 3 R's
  7. Discussion Prompt: Learner-to-Learner Guidance on Milestone 3
  8. Peer Review: 1st Draft of Milestone 3: Performance Management


WEEK 5


Milestone 4: Managing Employee Compensation and Rewards



To reach the final milestone of the capstone project, you will identify and analyze the organization's rewards practices. This includes an analysis of compensation strategy, benchmarking practices, and an analysis of the pay mix. You will receive feedback from others and also review others' work to provide guidance and to help reflect upon their own context.


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  1. Video: 1.1.2 From a Business Strategy to a Pay Strategy
  2. Video: 1.1.3 From a Pay Strategy to a Pay Mix
  3. Video: 1.2.1 Producing a Job Description
  4. Video: 1.2.2 Benchmarking Pay
  5. Video: 1.2.3 Surveys and the Labor Market
  6. Video: 2.2.1 To Incent or Not to Incent
  7. Video: 2.2.2 Designing Incentives
  8. Video: 2.2.3 Common Mistakes
  9. Video: Base Pay: 1.3.1 Connecting Structure to Strategy
  10. Video: Base Pay: 1.3.2 Job Families and Levels
  11. Video: Base Pay: 1.3.3 Assigning Grades and Ranges
  12. Video: Short Term Incentives: 2.2.1 To Incent or Not to Incent
  13. Video: Short Term Incentives: 2.2.2 Designing Incentives
  14. Video: Long Term Incentives: 2.3.1 Varieties of Long Term Incentives
  15. Video: Benefits: 3.3.1 Shopping for Health Insurance Providers
  16. Video: Benefits: 3.3.3 Shopping for Pension Providers
  17. Video: Non-Monetary Rewards: 4.1.2 Value to Employees
  18. Video: Non-Monetary Rewards: 4.1.3 Value to Employers
  19. Discussion Prompt: Learner-to-Learner Guidance on Milestone 4
  20. Peer Review: Milestone 4: Compensation Management


WEEK 6


Submitting the Final Project



The previous modules have focused on developing and getting constructive feedback on the major elements of the capstone project. In this module, you should use all of that feedback to submit a final version of the project that will be graded by other learners. You must also grade other projects which will expose you to HR challenges and solutions in contexts different from their own.


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  1. Reading: Instructions

Graded: HRM Capstone Project

WEEK 7


Reflection and Congratulations
The work is now done! This short module provides an opportunity for you to reflect upon the specialization, and to be congratulated on your success by the instructional team.


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  1. Discussion Prompt: One important thing you learned in this specialization
  2. Reading: Reflection Exercise: Create a Mad Lib (optional, quick, and hopefully funny)
  3. Reading: Developing an Individual Development Plan (Optional)
  4. Video: Developing an Development Individual Plan (Optional)
  5. Video: Congratulations Video from the Instructors
  6. Reading: Staying in contact with each other

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