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Credit Units: 2

Lecturer: Mr. Akuwudike Eze (MCs; NCSA, NIIT), Email: e.akuwudike@legacyuniversitygm.org Journals: www.akuwudike.com,  College of Agriculture, Engineering and Environmental Design, Department of Computer Science & Cyber Security.

Course Description:
Technology innovations such as SaaS, Cloud, and Artificial Intelligence have disrupted markets and business models and as a result, the globally connected economy has become so dynamic and complex that most companies with their traditional command-and- control hierarchies and ponderous decision making processes are incapable to react with agility and speed, thereby losing resilience for change.

With nearly 3 billion more people will have access to the Internet, with more consumers interacting in the global digital economy, the combination of mobile computing devices, high-speed wireless connectivity and applications (HRIS, HCM, HRMS, ERP) is projected to see unprecedented growth.

The ongoing digital revolution is sweeping through businesses all over the globe, bringing new capabilities and efficiencies to the workplace but also creating unique challenges.

HRM 222 shares how organisations and specifically HR needs to adopt a new attitude to risk, to become less hierarchical and to embrace new methods of working with technology.

We would look at:
  • General Management
  • Payroll
  • Human Resources
  • HRIS / HR Technology Specialists
  • Strategy / Planning Specialists
  • Technology

Methods of Instruction:

  • Lectures
  • Discussion groups
  • Projects (e.g. case studies, poster presentation, seminar presentation)

Methods of Course Assessment:

Evaluation will be carried out in accordance with the university policy. The lecturer will present a written course outline with specific evaluation criteria at the beginning of the semester. Evaluation will be based on the following:

Criteria Marks

Class Tests 15

Class Assignments 15

Final Examination 70

TOTAL 100

Pre-requisite courses:

None

Co-requisite course(s):

None

Recommended Reference Materials:

Textbooks

  1. Cyberspace, Cybersecurity, and Cybercrime (NULL) 1st Edition by Janine Kremling (Author), Amanda M. Sharp Parker

Web

  1. www.en.wikipedia.org

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