Study programme and level
|Lectures||Seminar||Tutorial||Druge oblike študija||Individual Work||ECTS|
|Study programme and level||Study field||Academic year||Semester|
|I. level||Law and Management of Infrastructure and Real Estate||2||2|
|Individual Work (h/semester)||ECTS|
assist. prof. dr. Gozdana Miglič
Enrollment into 1st year.
Content (Syllabus outline)
– Definition of human resource management.
– Staff recruitment procedure and selection of candidates for the post.
– The impact of organizational and workplace environment on the satisfaction, performance and excellence of employees.
– Communication in the organizational environment, types and forms of communication.
– Motivation and motivational theories.
– Rewarding employees.
– Organization management and definition of basic terms: hierarchical relationships, power, authority and influence in the organization.
– Characteristics of good leaders.
– Using different types and forms of power in the management: the power of rewards, coercion, legitimate and charismatic power, the power of interdependence, integrated power management.
– Emotional intelligence and its impact on organizational climate and culture.
– Management and protocol of the meetings in the organization.
– Conducting interviews and annual interviews with employees.
– Types, forms, purpose and importance of individual work, work in pairs, group and team work and cooperation.
– Conflicts, their incidence, prevention and resolution of conflicts in work organizations.
– The incidence of violence and violence prevention in the workplace.
– The impact of ICT on communication, leadership and interpersonal relations within the organization.
– Protocol participation of employees in the organization and cooperation with the community.
– Development of human resources in organizations – learning organizations, lifelong learning and the knowledge society.
– Responsibilities and rights and the protection of the rights of employees.
– Basic knowledge for independent research and project work on the subject of human resource management: fundamentals research approaches and professional texts writing.
– Derek, C.C. 2004. Intelligent Building: Design Management and Operation, London, Thomas Telford.
– Toringhton, Derek, Laura Hall in Stepken Taylor. 2005. Human resource management. Prentice Hall.
– Sennet, Richard. 2006. The Culture of the New Capitalism. Yale University: Yale University Press.
– Easterby Smith, Mark, Richard Thorpe in Andy Lowe. 2002. Management Research. London: SAGE Publications Ltd.
– Grint, Keith. 1997. Leadership. New York: Oxford University Press.
Objectives and competences
The purpose of this course is to define the concept of human resource management. The objectives of the course learning units Human Resource Management are to identify and define the relationships between employees in the organization in terms of staffing, management and interaction of employees in the organization and in the environment.
The main purpose and objective of the course is that students learn the concepts of:
– Human resource management and human resource management processes
– Recruitment of staff
– Motivation and motivational processes
– Organizational behavior
– Conflicts between employees
– Meeting management
– Management of annual interviews
– Culture of the organization
– Management and power management
– Emotional intelligence
– The impact of ICTs on relationships and business
– Human Resources Development and learning of the organisation
– Safe working environment in terms of human rights.
Intended learning outcomes
– Learns the general concepts of recruitment and human resource systems.
– Learns about the system of recruitment of personnel, management meetings and annual interviews.
– Learns about the general concepts of leadership, leaders and power management.
– Defines the motivational factors and the meaning and form of employee remuneration.
– Learns about the forms of communication and the advantages and disadvantages of individual work, pair work, group and team work, and their entanglement in work processes.
– Understands the importance of cooperation across the formation and prevention and conflict resolution processes in the workplace and in the organization.
– Gains knowledge of protocol communication systems in the organization, knowledge to determine and identify the responsibilities, violence and the protection of workers’ rights in the organization.
– Understands aspects of the importance of different types and forms of knowledge and the importance of human resource development and competitiveness of the organization.
– Acquires basic skills for independent and autonomous approaches to scientific, project and research work on the subject of human resource management.
Learning and teaching methods
– Lectures with students active participation (presentation, discussion, questions, examples, problem solving);
– Individual and group research, project and course work;
– Individual and / or group consultations (discussion, additional explanation, specific questions).
– Remote collaborative work with the help of ICT.
– Oral examination
– Written examination
– Term paper
- Miglič, G. (2005).Načrtovanje usposabljanja v državni upravi : analiza potreb po usposabljanju in evalvacija učinkov usposabljanja. Ljubljana: Ministrstvo za notranje zadeve, Direktorat za javno upravo, Upravna akademija.
- Pervanje, M., Kragelj, K. (2009) Metode iskanja in izbora kadrov s praktičnimi primeri in uporabnimi nasveti, Planet GV, Ljubljana.
- Pezdirc, M. S. (2005) Kompetence v kadrovski praksi. GV Izobraževanje, Ljubljana.
- Zupan, N., Svetlik, I., (ur.) (2009) Menedžment človeških virov, FDV, Ljubljana.
- Vukovič, G.; Miglič; G. Zagotavljanje kadrovskih virov. Kranj: Založba Moderna organizacija. 2006.
- Armstrong, M. (2006) A handbook of human resource management practice. London, Philadelphia: Kogan Page.
- Drucker, P. F. (2007) People and performance : the best of Peter Drucker on management. Boston (Mass.): Harvard Business School Press.
- Miglič, G. (2000). Vrednotenje uspešnosti usposabljanja in izpopolnjevanja v upravi. Ljubljana: Ministrstvo za notranje zadeve, Urad za organizacijo in razvoj uprave, Upravna akademija.
- Miglič, G. (2002). Analiza potreb po usposabljanju. Ljubljana: Ministrstvo za notranje zadeve, Urad za organizacijo in razvoj uprave, Upravna akademija.
- Vukovič, G.; Miglič; G. (2006) Metode usposabljanja kadrov. Kranj: Založba Moderna organizacija.