We are now seeking qualified and outstanding candidates to teach the course – Managing People and Organisation in the field of Business Administration at masters level.
Topics covered in this course include three areas: organisational structure, strategic people management and managing change.
This course provides students with theoretical and practical knowledge of: The interconnections and relationships between organisational forms and human resource management. Globalisation, entrepreneurship and the information age are driving radical shifts in organisational structures. Changing structures can impact on the organisations performance so the ways by which strategic human resource management may be understood and applied is important.
Different organisational structures and human resource theoretical frameworks and how changes to these can assist managers to improve organisational outcomes.
Students completing the course develop a body of knowledge that contributes to a comprehensive and integrated application of principles of organisational structures, staff perspectives and how these change in the field of senior organisational management and leadership in international business environments.
- possess a Doctorate degree in Business Administration or other related fields;
- have industrial and commercial experience in respective areas;
- and have good communication and presentation skills in English.
The appointee will be required to:
- teach the course named above;
- and undertake administrative duties such as communicating with students through emails, and grading assignments and examination papers, if any.
Appointment will be made on a project basis initially commencing May 2022.
Please apply with your resume to Ms. Hannah Sit (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Mr. Ronnie Chan (email@example.com) or by mail to The Hong Kong Management Association, 16/F, Tower B, Southmark, 11 Yip Hing Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong.
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