Subject: Human Resource Management in Knowledge Economy (06 - MBA309)

Basic Information

Scientific or art field:Production Systems, Organization and Management
Course specification

Course is active from 01.10.2003..

The course focuses on introducing students to contemporary approaches to human resource management and the changed role of the individual in terms of creating learning organizations and knowledge economy. Human capital is the basis of the success of the organization, particularly in terms of constant and unpredictable change. The importance of consideration of individual potential, abilities, personality, motivation, and especially knowledge, is the basis for human resource management and employee development, and thus the development of the organization. The goal is to introduce basic personal prerequisites for the creation of desired organizational behaviors and alignment with organizational goals organizational goals.
Forming knowledge and attitudes that would create the preconditions for the creation of useful knowledge usable in reality. Human resource management in our organizations recognized as the weakest segment management, a segment that has the greatest asset potential. Practical knowledge and skills are passed on the basis for the concept of management and human resource development in a knowledge economy.
Human Resource Planning, Recruitment and Selection, Socialization and development of employees, Motivation and performance assessment, Reduction of conflicts, Creation of team performance, Coping with stress at work, Basic concept of the knowledge economy and knowledge work characteristics, Methods and techniques for creating motivational strategies in the knowledge economy.
Teaching is done interactively, with the active participation of students in the teaching process. Number of exercises, case studies, practical tasks has increased, with the aim of theoretical approaches and practical approach to students enabling easier adoption.
Rene Tissen, Frank Lekanne DeprezValue-Based Knowledge Management1998Pearson EducationEnglish
Rene Tissen J., Daniel Andriessen, Frank R.E., Lekanne DeprezThe Knowledge Divident - creating high performance companies through value-based management2000Pearson EducationEnglish
Lekanne Deprez, Frank R.E., Rene J. TissenZero Space. Moving Beyond Organizational limits2002Pearson EducationEnglish
Noe, R.A., Hollenbeck, J.R., Gerhart, B., Wright, P.M.Human Resource Management2006McGraw-Hill/Irvin, New YorkEnglish
Beardwell, I., Holden, L., Claydon, T.,Human Resource Management2004Prentice Hall, Harlow, EnglandEnglish
Bowin, R.B., Harvey, D.,Human Resources Management2001Prentice Hall, New Jersey, USAEnglish
Ivancevich, J.M.Human Resource Management2007McHraw-Hill/Irvin, New York, USAEnglish
Grubić-Nešić LeposavaRazvoj ljudskih resursa2005AB Print, Novi SadSerbian language
Bahtijarević-Šiber F.Menadžment ljudskih potencijala1999Golden marketingSerbian language
Hiam, A.,Motivational Management2003Amacom, New YorkEnglish
Course activity Pre-examination ObligationsNumber of points
Exercise attendanceYesYes5.00
Lecture attendanceYesYes5.00
Term paperYesYes20.00
Theoretical part of the examNoYes70.00
Name and surnameForm of classes
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Grubić-Nešić Leposava

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Uzelac Zorica
Full Professor

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Ćelić Đorđe
Associate Professor

Practical classes