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M1: Strategy.

Organization and Human Resources Management: Introduction

HTW Berlin Berlin, March 26, 2013

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Lecturer: Dr. Birgit Hilberger

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• Let‘s get to know each other – Introduction lecturer / students – Expectations students / lecturer – Know how and professional experience students Let‘s get started – Overview of Module 1: Content and structure – Methology – Literature – Administration – Final exam – Rules of the game

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Birgit Hilberger 3 .2013_f Lecturer: Dr. country of origin.Introduction • • Introduction lecturer Introduction students – name.03. industry and years 0_Introduction_26. personal background – professional experience by function.

2013_f Lecturer: Dr.Expectations • Students • Why MBA&E at HTW in Berlin? • What are your professional objectives? • Special expectations regarding this lecture? • … • Lecturer • Commitment • Open Communication • Fairness 0_Introduction_26.03. Birgit Hilberger 4 .

2013_f Lecturer: Dr. PMI and their crucial success factors? • • • • … Why do organizations need job descriptions? Do you know from your personal or professional experience intercultural issues? How often did you present your ideas to a group of 20+ people before? How experienced are you in writing issue papers applying academic guidelines? 0_Introduction_26. Birgit Hilberger 5 .Your know how and professional experience regarding SOHRM – some questions … • • • • • • • • What are the differences between a firm‘s vision and a firm‘s culture? Do you have working experience in local or in international companies (either from your home country of from abroad)? Do you have personal experience with performance management? How close did you work to decision makers and managers of your company resp.03. have you been in charge of such tasks? What is their daily work? Which management tools for corporate development do you know? Are you familiar with organizational models like a matrix organization? What are typical leadership issues? How to share those tasks between management and HR function? What do you know about M&A resp.

Birgit Hilberger 6 . understanding and modelling the interdependencies between business strategies and organizational concepts Becoming familiar with types.2013_f Lecturer: Dr. phases and tools of business strategy development as well as its implementation Differentiating organizational theory approaches and adopting theoretical knowledge into organizational structures and processes both on national and international level • • • Learning the methods of organizational development and change management to execute the match between strategy and organization Gaining insights in the Human Resources Department and its Value Chain from a national and international perspective and the role of HR Management as enabler for successful strategic and organizational changes • Source: Curriculum / module handbook HTW 0_Introduction_26.Module 1: Objectives • Identifying.03.

5 Intercultural Management 0_Introduction_26.3 Phases of strategy development process 1. Birgit Hilberger 7 Issues in corporate development e. content and impact of strategy 1.2013_f Lecturer: Dr.2 Types.1 History / Schools of thought / Terminology 1.2 Organizational fundamentals and models 2.1 HR Value Chain 3.03.4 Tools for organizational development and implementation Special topic: Mergers & Acquisitions (M&A) / Post Merger Integration (PMI) 3 Human Resources Management 3.4 Tools for strategy development and implementation 2 Organization 2.1 History / Schools of thought / Terminology 2.Module 1: structure and content (overview) 1 Strategy 1. changing and dynamic markets strategic reorientation reorganization restructuring .2 Role and organization of HR department 3.3 Organizational development and implementation 2.g.3 HR-Management in international business 3.4 Change Management 3.

) (2007): The Strategy Reader. ed. (2013): Contemporary Strategy Analysis. 0_Introduction_26. John / Billsberry. Sören (2004): Strategy.. Birgit Hilberger 8 . figures and tables from other sources are quoted in the lecture notes provided. John M.03. London (Sage) Segal-Horn. Robert / Matteson. 9th rev. David (ed. Michael (2010): Organizational Behavior and Management. Susan / Faulkner. 8th ed. Malden (Blackwell) Segal-Horn..) (2010): Understanding Global Strategy. / Konopaske.New York (McGrawHill) Salaman. Boca Raton (Universal Publishers) Grant. Organization and Performance Management. Susan (ed. Jon (ed. Hampshire (Cengage) • • • Content.Literature • • • Dressler. Robert M. Graeme / Storey.) (2005): Strategic Human Resources Management – Theory and Praxis.2013_f Lecturer: Dr. exhibits. West Sussex (Wiley) Ivancevich.

Birgit Hilberger 9 0_Introduction_26.03.2013_f .Methodology – interactive lecture • Presentation by lecturer – ask questions if you don‘t understand or you want to know more • • Discussion – give your comments and thoughts about the topics Brainstorming – contribute actively • • Company research / market analyses – talk about real business life Case study (group work in class) – be a teamplayer • • Issue paper / case study (homework / exam) – develop your know how Presentation to the class and leading the discussion – show your performance Lecturer: Dr.

04.04.04. 1. Birgit Hilberger 10 . 10. 19. 24. 08.-23.12:30 (incl.05.-12. 30.07.-28.Administration (1/2) • classes Tuesday. 08. 22.05.04. 09.03. 10. 17.04. or Tuesday.03. 10:00 . break). 18.2013_f Lecturer: Dr.03. 22.04.06.-05. 29. break) Wednesday 6 HPW: 09:15 . 4 HPW 09:15 .-14.-31. 15 min.14:30 No.05.06. 13:00 .06. 15 min. 02. 15. 15 min.-16.06. term 0_Introduction_26. 15.-14. 16. 07.-28.04. 17.-12.06.13:00 (incl.06.04. 12. (final exam) Total Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday Tuesday Wednesday Wednesday Tuesday Wednesday Tuesday 26.04.-21. Presentation Case Studies (exam) Written test.04.06.04. 08. 06. break).05.-21.05.04. 17. 23.-23.-14.11:00 4 5 6 5 6 5 6 5 4 6 6 4 6 0 0 68 Preparation and presentation of Homework (exam) Start Group work Case studies (exam) Submission Case Studies (exam) 13.07. 08. Week 2013 Date HPW Room Content (additional to lecture) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 13 15 15 16 16 17 17 18 19 19 24 25 25 28 25. 06.04. 5 HPW 09:00 .04.12:30 (incl.

Administration (2/2) • • • • Please check the rooms for the classes in advance Contact: hilberg@htw-berlin.de or via Program Office No office hours https://moodle2.03. Birgit Hilberger 11 .2013_f Lecturer: Dr.htw-berlin.de – Lecture notes and other documents / files will be provided on moodle – Final version of lecture notes end _f – Login password will be provided in class 0_Introduction_26.

0 – 4.0 35% (Grade 5. objective: ensuring knowledge base and understanding of all main principles of the class 3. All topics covered by issue papers provided are relevant for all students for the final exam Case study: written report.0 5% Grade 1. leading discussion (preparation time: May 8 – June 13. objective: working on an in-depth study and training of advanced presentation skills (group work).0 – 5. Class participation and contribution. 2013 Written test (final exam): multiple choice and open questions (Juli 2. Birgit Hilberger . Grade 1.2013_f Lecturer: Dr. 2013). objective: training of academic principles of work.Final exam (overview) (1/8) Elements 1. communication and presentation skills. presentation incl. 0_Introduction_26.0 => entire course failed) 12 4. objective: application of theory to business practice % grade Grade 1. Homework (issue paper) incl. presentation (March – May 2013) preparation time: two weeks.0 20% 2.0 – 5.03.0 => entire course failed) Grade 1. 2013).0 – 4.0 40% (Grade 5. presentation date: June 18.

Class participation and contribution .2013_f Lecturer: Dr. Birgit Hilberger 13 .03.5% - • • Every student is asked to contribute actively in each class Only by giving comments and discussing with students and lecturers business-related communication can be trained 0_Introduction_26.Final exam (details) (2/8) 1.

in case of same topic there will be different aspects to be analyzed (e.2013_f . industries.20% • • • Homework consists of written report and presentation (10 minutes in class) Each student chooses his/her topic for the issue paper from a list provided Detailed issue paper design and questions (e. companies).Final exam (details) (3/8) 2. Birgit Hilberger 14 • 0_Introduction_26. homework and presentation has to be prepared separately by each student Written report has to be submitted on specific due date until 4 pm via e-mail from the personal email account of the student to the lecturer (hilberg@htw-berlin. g. the presentation has to be given two weeks later (see specific due date) Each student works on a different topic. homework will be evaluated with mark 5. Homework (Issue paper and presentation) . perspective of analysis) will be provided in class during semester.de) • • • • • • If the report is not submitted in time.03. presentation gets the mark 5.) Content of all issue papers provided is relevant for all students for final exam Lecturer: Dr. g.0 If the student is not around for the presentation.0 Make sure that your personal schedule makes your homework possible Both in written report and in the presentation the appropriate and stringent use of principles for academic work have to be applied (correct and complete quoting of sources used etc.

but adjusted to presentation style (no copy and paste of .2013_f .03. 6-8 pages (word. Birgit Hilberger 15 • • 0_Introduction_26.Final exam (details) (4/8) 2.ppt)) – Presentation: 10 minutes – Structure see above. Homework (issue paper and presentation ) – structure • Written report ( approx. discussion ( 4-6 slides (powerpoint.doc in .doc)) – Understanding of the situation and objective – Analysis and insights – Concept / Recommendations and solutions – Summary and next steps Presentation incl.ppt) Please submit documents as pdf files. in addition make sure the lecturer receives latest version of presentation for Moodle Lecturer: Dr.

discussion has to be managed by the presenting student(s).Final exam (details) (5/8) 3.) • • • 0_Introduction_26. the entire course failed for all members of the respective group Presentations will be given June.2013_f Lecturer: Dr. 5-7 students will work together on the same case Case study consists of written report. Birgit Hilberger 16 .03. 8 A group of approx. at 4 pm via e-mail from the personal email-account of one group member (to be named in advance) to the lecturer (hilberg@htw-berlin. lecturer is member of the audience Both in the written report and in the presentation the appropriate and stringent use of principles for academic work have to be applied (correct and complete quoting of sources used etc. 18.de) If the report is not submitted in time. Case study (40%) • • • • Introduction (preparatory questions) and case studies will be provided in class on May. presentation and leading of the discussion in class (total: 30 minutes) Written report has to be submitted until June 13.

leading of discussion – approx.ppt) – structure see above.ppt) Lecturer: Dr.doc in .2013_f . 15-20 pages (word .Final exam (details) (6/8) 3.doc) – Summary of key results – Understanding of the situation and objective – Analysis and insights – Concept (if required) – Recommendations and solutions – Summary and next steps – Guiding questions for leading the discussion in class Presentation incl. Case study – structure • Written report – approx. but adjusted to presentation style (no copy and paste of . 10-15 slides (powerpoint . Birgit Hilberger 17 • 0_Introduction_26.03.

Birgit Hilberger 18 .1 Presentation (total) Slides Legible Graphics / visualization Typos A.3 Facilitation Questions asked Responses given Interaction 20% 33% 33% 33% 40% 33% 33% 33% 20% 33% 33% 33% Weight Case study 50% 40% 33% 33% 33% 40% 33% 33% 33% Weight Homework 30% 40% 33% 33% 33% Grading scheme for presentation and content case study presentation: 50%. content: 70% 0_Introduction_26.Final exam (details) (7/8) Subject A A.2 Oral presentation Volume Pace & Rythm Position / gestures A.2013_f Lecturer: Dr. content: 50% - B Content Quality of research Structure / "red thread" Quality of solution Independence Total 50% 25% 25% 25% 25% 100% 70% 25% 25% 25% 25% 100% homework presentation: 30%.03.

Written test (35%) • • This written test is on July 2. Birgit Hilberger 19 . 10 – 11 am and will take 60 minutes The test covers all topics of the course and consists of questions/statements (correct/not correct) (25%) and open questions (75%) 0_Introduction_26.Final exam (details) (8/8) 4.03. 2013.2013_f Lecturer: Dr.

2013_f Lecturer: Dr. also please don‘t leave early (if you can‘t avoid please inform lecturer in advance) Switch off handphones and notebooks during class Classroom language is english only You may have your drink and a little snack in class.03. please have your lunch outside Be fair if we tackle issues some of you might have heart of already before Ask questions if you don‘t understand or if you want to know more • Communication platform for documents. reports etc.Rules of the game • • • • • • Be on-time. case studies. make sure you have access and know how required 0_Introduction_26. we don‘t have much of it. is Moodle2 only (exceptions will be announced separately) . Birgit Hilberger 20 .

03.2013_f Lecturer: Dr. Birgit Hilberger 21 .… and last but not least Enjoy this lecture! 0_Introduction_26.