PresentationAt present, a change in the direction and management of organizations is necessary, as a result of the business reality that is being imposed both internationally and nationally. This paradigm implies a new way of running companies, and therefore, of people, which in the end are the ones that give value to companies. A change of focus, from "human resources management" to "people management", which needs more than just a name change. Therefore, we have designed a program that, from a global vision of the environment and a strategic vision of the business, aligns People Management with the objectives of the organization.
The degree is designed to prepare current and future socially responsible professionals in the Human Resources area, through the specialization of knowledge and the development of the necessary skills and competencies that allow them to successfully assume the functions required by the complex organizations of the 21st Century.
The training provided to the students of the Interuniversity Master's Degree in People Management and Management focuses on both global and transversal and specific subjects, which would be of a blended nature. Since the added value that we also intend to contribute with the Master is to respond to the needs of time flexibility, geographic location, interactivity and with the consequent practical component of the subjects at the end of the virtual teaching period through workshops and insertion practices professional. Offering, thus, training opportunities to people who due to problems of schedules, geographical distance or family conciliation cannot go to the university campus in person, to train or complete their training.
In short, the Master's degree is aimed at all those people who want to enhance their knowledge, skills and competencies to develop high quality work in the field of general management, and specifically in the Directorate and People Management. For this, an innovative program is offered, both for the contents and for the teaching-learning process, with a semi-essential format that today constitutes a future bet and a tool to counteract the problems that international mobility usually poses to Master program students with a professional profile.