CURRICULUM

During the course, you will learn the following:

  • Analyse working situations and identify current and future challenges linked to the organisation of work;
  • Know, appropriate, criticize the main HRM & work organisation Models;
  • Identify main trends in HRM (structure, architecture, tools, methods, position, …) and explain their implications;
  • Design HR strategies and policies, in particular in a context of change;
  • Decline these policies into operational plans to support them (recruitment, career management, training, industrial relations, employee relations management, working conditions, change management);
  • Evaluate the relevance of HR tools and decide upon them;
  • Outline the different ways in which HRM can contribute to change;
  • Understand critically the links between HRM and performance;
  • Understand the consulting market, its actors and areas of intervention;
  • Find their place in a team of consultants and with regard to the client;
  • Understand the professional techniques of the junior & senior consultants;
  • Explore the relationships between CSR, social innovation and HRM.

Layout of the programme:

Phase 1 : Core courses : Work psychology and organisational behavior ; Macro organisational development ; Sociological and clinical approaches of work ; Consulting ; Talent management ; Managing employee relation ; People analytics, Big Data and HR ; Developing HR strategy and creating value ; HR and work organisation ; Labour Law ; CSR

Phase 2 : Professional experience mandatory : internship, mission, employment, Incubator

Phase 3 : Final dissertation