Dates: May 13-17, 2013 and October 28 - November 1, 2013
Tuition: Tuition: $5,750
The Business and Human Resources education program has been redesigned to equip senior HR leaders with the most up-to-date business knowledge and skills needed to operate in today’s rapidly changing, global business environment. By attending this program, senior HR leaders will add many business competencies to their repertoire of human resource management skills and will learn how to move their organizations forward.
The business world is changing - globalization, economic downturns, demographic shifts, talent shortages, increasing regulation and new technologies - all leading to global, business innovations that impact the workplace. More than ever, senior HR leaders and managers need to understand how developments in the external environment impact their organizations as they are called upon to make human capital decisions that drive their organizations’ top and bottom lines.
The new economy is forcing senior HR leaders to redefine their roles in their organizations. Senior HR leaders need to operate in strategy-setting roles that clearly demonstrate overall business contribution. Resources will continue to be limited in the future, and senior HR leaders should know how to compete effectively for these limited resources.
This Business and Human Resources program is delivered by an international business school faculty with global expertise in strategy, accounting, finance, operations, marketing and business innovation. By working with business faculty from outside the human resource management area, participants will discover new areas where they can provide expert advice to their business leaders.
This program is offered in partnership with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Participants will earn 29.75 recertification hours. This program meets the Human Resource Certification Institute’s (HRCI) strategic requirement for SPHR (Senior Professionals in Human Resources).
Program fee includes accommodations, instruction, materials and breakfast, lunch and one dinner at Kenan-Flagler’s top-rated, executive conference center.
Following are links to additional information on the Business and Human Resources program:
Senior HR leaders who want to:
- Add to their understanding of the business principles and emerging trends that are shaping the future of global business
- Find more ways to be responsive to changes within their organizations and in the external, global environment
- Constantly gather and use information to make the most informed business decisions
- Develop greater proficiency in communicating in the language and methods of business
- Learn how to effectively make the business case to achieve buy-in and support from key stakeholders
- Consult with business leaders around strategic decisions that have human capital implications
- Build human resource management processes and programs that demonstrate measurable business outcomes
- Demonstrate the value that HR brings to the organization
Senior HR leaders will learn how to:
- Work effectively with their business leaders towards making impactful changes
- Maintain a focus on what is important rather than on what is urgent
- Develop solid human resource management ideas and practices that will payoff for the firm
- Frame ideas effectively so that they will sell in the C-suite
- Connect HR metrics with firm metrics that count
- Increase HR’s relevance and influence in the firm by understanding the importance of human resource management
- Reshape the HR function into a world-class service organization
The Business and Human Resources program features many esteemed members of the UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School faculty. Listed below is a sample of the faculty and topics that are typically included in the 5 day human resources training program.
Sridhar Balasubramanian, PhD, is a professor of marketing who teaches about the objectives, opportunities and challenges of managing the HR-Marketing interface.
Linda Bowen, PhD, is a professor of accounting who focuses on financial reporting and analysis for human resource management professionals in this program.
Peter Brews, PhD, is a professor of strategy and entrepreneurship who examines business in a global, post-Industrial world.
Wendell Gilland, PhD, is an associate professor of operations who teaches about designing, managing and improving operations.
Christian Lundblad, PhD, is as associate professor of finance who concentrates in the global economy and international finance.
Atul Nerkar, PhD, is a professor of strategy and entrepreneurship who teaches about corporate vision, strategy and performance.
Adam Reed, PhD, is an associate professor of finance who discusses the evaluation of business decisions in this program.
The Business and Human Resources program is held at the Rizzo Conference Center
, our world-class facility in Chapel Hill, NC. The Rizzo Conference Center was designed to foster executive management education and is wired for business so we can integrate new technologies into our teaching methodologies.
Below you will find links to additional information on the Business and Human Resources open enrollment program:
Program Overview for the Business and Human Resources program
Sample Schedule for the Business and Human Resources program
Additional Details on the Business and Human Resources program