Corporate entrepreneurship and human resources management

The company is Revolut

Students will need to make contact with the management of an SME or multinational company and create a case study or DVD of the case that covers corporate and human resource management concepts covered in this module. From this, the students are to critically analyse using at least four theoretical frameworks covered in the module.

They are then to create two questions and provide a marking scheme for these two questions. The case study must be no more than 2,250 words and the marking scheme should be no more than 125 words each – excluding referencing.

 

You need to achieve the group progress report file ( you have to complete everything and at the end of the file there are 4 pages “individual report” that are in double it is for two different persons so you have to answer for two different persons) and as well you need to do the workload allocation file.

  • The organisation must be an SME or have an international focus, it does not have to be based in the UK;
  • ▪  The data supporting the case study must primarily come from primary sources. That is, you have to have access to interview, document and/or observe the staff working in the company. It is advisable that you get permission from the Directors of the company before proceeding.
  • ▪  The case study /DVD must cover at least four models or frameworks that we have covered in the module
  • ▪  When submitting you must write who was responsible for each section in the case.
  • ▪  Students are encouraged to review additional models / frameworks not covered but are advised to check with the module leader to ensure that it is appropriate and at the right level. Basic business models such as PEST, SWOT are basic models and do not count as stand-alone corporate entrepreneurship or SHRM module for the purpose of this assignment.
  • Lengnick-Hall & Lengnick-Hall (1988) model

 

Work must be clearly referenced, including web sites and journals. At least ten (10) sources

must be used and referenced. Work not fully referenced will lose significant marks. You also need to include evidence regarding the database system and catalogues from the library. Even if not explicitly used, it should be referred to in the bibliography section.

(e)  PLEASE REFER TO THE QUALITY HANDBOOK 2020-2021

Recommended reading:

Burns, P., (2013) Corporate Entrepreneurship: Innovation and strategy in large organisations, 3rd edition, Palgrave Macmillan, chapter 3

 

Morris, M.H and Sexton, D.L (1996) The Concept of Entrepreneurial Intensity, Journal of Business Research, 36 (1)

 

Burns, P., (2013) Corporate Entrepreneurship: Innovation and strategy in large organisations, 3rd edition, Palgrave Macmillan, chapter 2

Resources

 

Case study: Steve Jobs and Apple, Corporate Entrepreneurship: Innovation and strategy in large organisations, 3rd edition, Palgrave Macmillan, Burns, P., (2013) pp. 60 -63

 

Case study: Duncan Bannatyne, Dragon, Corporate Entrepreneurship: Innovation and strategy in large organisations, 3rd edition, Palgrave Macmillan, Burns, P., (2013)  pp. 43-44

 

Case study: The Challenge of Entrepreneurial Growth, Corporate Entrepreneurship (International Ed.), 3rd edition, South-Western College Publishing Kuratko, K, Morris, M.H, Govin, J. G (2011) pp. 53-55

 

Barney, J (1991) Firm Resources and Sustained Competitive Advantage, Journal of Management 1991, Vol. 17, No. 1 pp 99 – 120

Bergelman, R.A (1983) A model of the interaction of strategic behaviour, corporate context and the concept of strategy, Academy of Management Review, Vol. 8 No.1 pp 61-71

 

Chandler, A.D (1962) “Strategy and Structure: chapters in the History if the Industrial Enterprise”, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press

Covin, J.G and Slevin, D.P. (1989) The Strategic management of small firms in hostile and benign environments, Strategic Management Journal, Vol. 10 pp. 75-87

 

Dabic M et al (2011) Human Resource Management in Entrepreneurial firms: a literature review, International Journal of Manpower, Vol. 32, No.1 pp 14-33

 

Edralin Divina M (2010) Human Resource Management Practices: Drivers for Stimulating Corporate Entrepreneurship in Large Companies in the Philippines, DLSU Business & Economics Review 19.2 (2010), pp. 25-41

 

Lee, S.M et al (2011) Corporate entrepreneurship and human resource management: theoretical background and a case study, International Journal of Manpower, Vol. 32, No.1 pp 48-67

 

Millmore, M; Lewis P, et al (2007) “Strategic Human Resource Management – Contemporary Issues”, Prentice Hall, chapter 1

Tang, G., Wei, L. Q., Snape, E., & Ng, Y. C. (2015) How effective human resource management promotes corporate entrepreneurship: evidence from China. The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 26(12), 1586-1601.

Price, A (2004) “Human Resource Management – in a business context”, 2nd edition, Thomson, chapter 11, pages 287 – 314

Schmelter, R., Mauer, R., Börsch, C. and Brettel, M., 2010. Boosting corporate entrepreneurship through HRM practices: Evidence from German SMEs. Human Resource Management49(4), pp.715-741.

 

Schuler R.S and Jackson S.E (1987) Linking Competitive Strategies with Human Resource Management PracticesThe Academy of Management EXECUTIVE, 1987, Vol. 1, No. 3,              pp. 207-219

Whittington, R. (2001) “What is Strategy – and Does it Matter?” 2nd edition, London : Thomson Learning

Wright P.M & McMahan G.C (1992) Theoretical Perspectives for Strategic Human Resource Management, Journal of Management, 1992, Vol. 18, No.2 pp. 295-320

Ziyae, B. (2016) Presenting an evaluation model of human resource management’s effect on corporate entrepreneurship. World Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Sustainable Development, 12(3), pp.228-242.

 

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