RSM462H1: Managing People in the Context of Globalization



This course introduces students to the impact of globalization on managing people. Understanding how organizational behaviour and human resource management processes work in the international context is essential for business success. This course helps students to develop a better understanding of how effective people management can create a competitive advantage in the international context. Not eligible for CR/NCR option. Contact Rotman Commerce for details.

Completion of 9.0 credits; RSM260H1
RSM410H1 (Special Topics in Management: Managing Human Resources in the Context of Globalization), offered in Fall 2008/Fall 2009/Fall 2010
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