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Human Resource Management

This page provides materials for the Public Human Resource Management course.

▒ SYLLABUS & ANNOUNCEMENT

▒ Assignment & Exams


▓ Week 1: Introduction (01/10)

Required:

  1. Berman et al. (2015) Chapter 1

Optional:

  1. HRM in bureaucracy (class note) PDF icon
  2. Barnard (1989) Chapter 1, 2.
  3. Rosenbloom, Kravchuk, and Clerkin (2015) Chapter 5 PDF icon
  4. Weber (1978) Chapter 11. Bureaucracy PDF icon

▓ WEEK 2: Basics of Personnel Management (01/17)

Required:

  1. Berman et al. (2015) Chapter 2.
  2. Barnard (1989) Chapter 5, 11, 12 (just skim).

Optional:

  1. HRM reform (class note)PDF icon
  2. Goodsell (2015).
  3. Levin (1988) Chapter 8, 9, 10,.
  4. Kennedy, B. A. 2013. Sorting Through: The Role of Representation in Bureaucracy. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 23(4): 791-816.
  5. Mosher (1982) PDF icon
  6. Park, Hun Myoung, and James L. Perry. 2013. The transformation of governance: Who are the new public servants and what difference does it make for democratic governance? American Review of Public Administration 43(1): 26-49. PDF icon

▓ Week 3: Recruitment (01/24)

Required:

  1. Berman et al. (2015) Chapter 3.

Optional:

  1. Berman et al. (2015) Chapter 5 (Employee Motivation).
  2. Rainey (2014) Chapter 9.
  3. Simon, Thompson, & Smithburg (1991) Chapter 15.

▓ Week 4: Selection (01/31)

Required:

  1. Berman et al. (2015) Chapter 4.

Optional:

  1. Simon, Thompson, & Smithburg (1991) Chapter 16.

▓ Week 5: Position Management (02/07)

Required:

  1. Berman et al. (2015) Chapter 5.

Optional:

  1. Simon, Thompson, & Smithburg (1991) Chapter 6, 7.
  2. Barnard (1989) Chapter 10.

▓ Week 6: Compensation and Retention (02/14)

Required:

  1. Berman et al. (2015) Chapter 7.

Optional:

  1. Berman et al. (2015) Chapter 8 (Employee-Friendly Policies).
  2. Barnard (1989) Chapter 11.
  3. Rainey (2014) Chapter 10.
  4. Simon, Thompson, & Smithburg (1991) Chapter 17.

▓ Week 7: Performance Management (02/21)

Required:

  1. Berman et al. (2015) Chapter 10.
  2. Moynihan, Donald P., and Sanjay K. Pandey. 2010. The big question for performance management: Why do managers use performance information? Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory 20 (4): 849-866.
  3. Performance management (class note) Powerpoint icon

Optional:

  1. Heinrich, Carolyn J., and Gerald Marschke. 2010. Incentives and their dynamics in public sector performance management systems. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management 29(1): 180-208. PDF icon
  2. Moynihan, Donald P. 2013. Advancing the empirical study of performance management: what we learned from the program assessment rating tool. The American Review of Public Administration 43 (5): 499-517.
  3. Moynihan, Donald P., and Sanjay K. Pandey. 2010. The big question for performance management: Why do managers use performance information? Journal of Public Administration Research & Theory 20 (4): 849-866.
  4. Moynihan (2008). PDF icon

▓ Week 8: Learning and Development (02/28)

Required:

  1. Berman et al. (2015) Chapter 9.

Optional:

  1. Meier, K. J., & Hicklin, A. 2008. Employee Turnover and Organizational Performance: Testing a Hypothesis from Classical Public Administration. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 18(4): 573-590.
  2. Rainey (2014) Chapter 9.

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