Master human resource development in learning organizations.
Growing competition, changing customer requirements, and increasing globalization call for new strategic approaches. Changes have to be recognized faster and solutions implemented with more efficiency. The employees of a company responsible for these tasks are usually the ones most affected by such, often very sudden, changes. Therefore, it is necessary to create structures that are not only flexible enough to withstand the change, but also suited to enable employees to live this change and meet the diverse challenges of the future.
The focus of the Human Resource Management course is on learning organizations as well as methods and tools adequate for implementation in the participants’ businesses.
Upon completion of the certificate course, you will be able to
The part-time program is designed for entrepreneurs, executives, and future decision makers working in human resources and aiming to qualify for the growing demands of their profession. It is also suited for those wishing to gain advanced knowledge of how to manage employees and teams.
We would like to encourage in particular entrepreneurs and employees with personnel responsibilities in small and medium-sized businesses who have the intention to expand and professionalize their tasks.
The numerous graduates of the Certificate in Human Resource Management program attest to the success of this course. Please see below for more information:
The Certificate in Human Resource Management program is a part-time course of study based on a didactic concept tailored to the needs of professional decision makers.
The content of the course is divided into twelve modules teaching advanced knowledge of modern human resource management. The topics covered range from the strategic problems and fundamentals of leadership to personnel and organizational development. They also include issues of human resource accounting, group dynamics, and conflict management. The course places a particular focus on modern digital recruiting approaches. Participants are provided with a practical guide on how to effectively implement methods and tools in their businesses.
The program includes 16 on-campus sessions held on Fridays and Saturdays. Please note that you will require some extra time for completing five projects as part of selected modules and your final paper.
The next course starts on 9, November 2018More information on costs & teaching principles can be found here.
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The faculty includes researchers and experienced practitioners with proven expertise in their respective areas of specialization. Participants in the course will benefit from the combination of recent scientific findings and extensive practical experience provided by our team.
Scientific management & advisory board
Dr. Heinz K. Stahl Heinz Stahl is a freelance business consultant as well as a professor and a research partner of the Interdisciplinary Department of Behavioral Scientific Management at Vienna University of Economics and Business.
Dr. Markus Tomschitz, M.B.A.Markus Tomschitz is the human resource director of AVL List, Graz. He also lectures at national and international institutions of higher education.
Dr. Hans Rudi FischerHans Rudi Fischer is an organizational consultant and coach. He is also a managing partner of the Zentrum für systemische Forschung und Beratung (center for systemic research and consulting) in Heidelberg, Germany.
Markus KöckMarkus Köck is the church treasurer of the diocese of Innsbruck.
Robert Kirchberger, M.A.Robert Kirchberger is a qualified social education worker and the division manager of Upper Bavaria youth welfare services in Bad Aibling, Germany.
Claudia Lorber, BA MAActive Sourcing & Social Media-Recruiting, Vienna, Austria
Alexander LöwensteinAlexander Löwenstein is a freelance organizational consultant and management coach based in Vienna.
Dr. Karin SteinhauserKarin Steinhauser is the head of global benefits at Siemens in Munich, Germany.
Peter ZulehnerPeter Zulehner is a consultant, coach, and lecturer as well as the founder of Zulehner Consulting, Vienna.
The MCI certificate programs have been designed to meet the highest international quality standards. They are continuously assessed by internal and external bodies.
The Certificate in Human Resource Management can be counted towards the Executive MBA in General Management and the MSc in Management & Leadership programs. Both have been awarded the FIBAA Premium Seal.
All business-related MCI study programs have been accredited by the renowned Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).