The course will be based on case studies, readings and some presentations. The debate and the exchange of ideas and experiences will be pivotal for the development of the course. Students will be encouraged to bring their insights and thoughts on the material assigned into class discussions.
As in many other areas on HRM, most issues, cases and problems will not have one "right" answer, though some answers will be more correct than others. Thus, being "right" or "wrong" should not be a concern for students when participating to class discussions. All viewpoints will be of interest. Everyone is expected to critically listen to the contributions of fellow students and any disagreement should be explained.
Each student is expected to:
- Be prepared for each class session, implying that assigned readings, exercises and case studies will have to be completed as required;
- Be a committed and loyal contributor to the team work;
- Participate politely in class discussions and activities;
- Attend all classes;
- Be on time.