Università degli Studi di Napoli "Parthenope"

Teaching schedule

Academic year: 
2014/2015
Belonging course: 
Course of Bachelor's Degree Programme on PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND ORGANIZATION
Disciplinary sector: 
ORGANIZATION STUDIES (SECS-P/10)
Credits: 
6
Year of study: 
3
Teachers: 
Cycle: 
First Semester
Hours of front activity: 
48

Language

Italian

Course description

The aim of the course is to lead the student in understanding the main policies and questions concerning the human resource management in terms of motivation, incentives, valuation and compensation of human resources. The analysis and discussion of case studies permits to revisit theoretical part and stimulate empirical investigation by encouraging the search for a link between concepts, principles and subjects presented.

Prerequisites

Taking the Exam of Organizzazione aziendale

Syllabus

Strategia, struttura e risorse umane. Il ciclo del valore delle risorse umane. Motivazioni e competenze. La programmazione del personale. Acquisire le risorse umane. La relazione tra individuo e organizzazione. Temi di organizzazione del lavoro. Valutare e ricompensare le risorse umane. Gestire le differenze.
Costa G., Gianecchini M. (2013), Risorse umane. Persone, relazioni e valore, McGraw-Hill, Milano. Capitoli I-II-III (pp. 84-94)-IV(fino a pagina 130)-VI-VIII-X(pp. 347-350; 366-386)-XII-XIII(fino a pagina 509)-XV(pp. 555-567).

Strategy, structure and human resources, human resources value cycle, motivation and competences, human resources planning and programming, Recruitment and selection, individuals and organization, psychological contract, commitment, organizational citizenship, identification, human relations, job design, technology, knowledge and human resources, managing diverse work force, Assessing and rewarding human resources.

Teaching Methods

Lectures, studio di casi, esercitazioni.

Textbooks

Tyson, S., Essentials of Human Resource Management, New York: Routledge (Parts I, II, III, IV, VI, VI)

Learning assessment

Taking the exam implies: a written exam (20 points for four open questions: 40 minutes to solve) and colloquium.

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