Course Detail: ICCM1002 - Cross-Cultural Equivalence: Conducting Global Assessments

CROSS-CULTURAL EQUIVALENCE: CONDUCTING GLOBAL ASSESSMENTS - ICCM1002 Illustrates the concept of cross-cultural equivalence based on current leading research. Includes conducting international selection, program evaluations and climate surveys. Shows measurement as a necessary component to a successfully integrated global HR system, without which meaningful comparison is impossible. Covers knowledge about the decisions surrounding measurement in multiple countries and how to avoid common pitfalls.

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Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the importance of measurement equivalence in cross-culture research
  • Define 5 different types of equivalence
  • Recognize ways to identify inequivalence
  • Identify ways to handle and prevent inequivalence

Keywords: ICCM, Institute of Cross-Cultural Management, Culture, Cross-cultural, HR, Human Resources, GPHR, Global Professional in Human Resource, SHRM, Society for Human Resource Management, Recertification, cross-cultural measurement, cross-cultural equivalence

Rating: This course is directed toward HR Professionals who want to enhance their capabilities to use assessments and surveys cross-culturally.

Credit: 1.5 HRCI General Credits or 1.5 SHRM credits