International Human Resource Management

Code UE : USM30Q

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  • 2 crédits


Anne-Gaelle JOLIVOT

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Master 2 in International Business and Corporate Development (MR13403A)

Objectifs pédagogiques

This course will provide an overview of human resource management (HRM) in an international context. HRM is a fundamental component of the competitiveness, effectiveness, and sustainability of any organization, as it influences who is hired, how they are trained, evaluated, and compensated, and what steps are taken to retain them. The HRM function plays a central role in successful organizations, and acts as a “business partner” to meet the strategic goals. However, increasingly, the task of managing and developing people is shared between human resource departments and general managers in decentralized organizations.
The course will focus on managers, that is, how they can develop and implement these human resources practices, in order to promote individual and collective performance while considering individuals’ perspectives. As the course is not aimed at HR managers, it will not engage in the technical aspects of personnel management.

Compétences visées

The main objectives of the course are to enable students to:
  • Assess the HRM strategy link and make appropriate recommendations;
  • Highlight the risks and opportunities of people management in context;
  • Acquire relevant ideas to contribute to efficient personnel management in an international context.
By undertaking this unit, students should make progress in attaining the following skills:
  • Understand the key points of HRM in organizational context;
  • In particular, be able to analyze the contingent relationships between organizational factors (such as strategy, structure), external factors (such as legal, political systems, culture, markets).
Communication skills:
  • Communicate with clarity and reasoned logic in both written and oral presentations.
International Perspective:
  • Discuss the complexities of managing employees from diverse backgrounds.
Social Responsibility:
  • Consider the ethical and social dimension of HRM practices.


  • HRM and International HRM Models
  • HRM and Strategy
  • HRM and Culture
  • Comparative and International Human Resource Management
  • Industrial Relations and Ethics

Modalité d'évaluation

Individual and group work, class participation.

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Cnam - IIM - EPN stratégies - Programmes Master in Management (MIM)
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