Raymond Noe

Robert and Anne Hoyt Designated Professor of Management & Human Resources

Management & Human Resources

Background

Professor Noe is one of the foremost academic authorities in the area of training and development.

He is an author of three texts in human resource management, includingEmployee Training and Development, which includes a section on use of the technologies in training, and has published extensively in such publications as the Journal of Applied Psychology, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Organizational Behavior and Personnel Psychology.

He has consulted with several companies, including Strategic Interactive and General Motors Assurance Corporation, on training and development issues.

Areas of Expertise

  • Training and Development
  • Web-Based Training
  • Self-Directed Training
  • Performance Management
  • Knowledge Management
  • Influence of Organizational and Individual Characteristics on Training Effectiveness
  • Mentoring Relationships
  • Trainee Motivation

Education

  • PhD, Michigan State University
  • MA, Michigan State University
  • BS, Ohio State University

Courses

  • BUSMHR 4322 - Human Resource Learning: Training and Development

    Introduction to concepts and organization practices associated with designing, implementing, and evaluating different types of employee training and development programs. Prereq: 2291 or 2292 (BusAdm 499.01); and 3200 (701), and AcctMIS 2200 (211), 2300 (212), and BusMgt 2320 (330), 2321 (331). Not open to students with credit for 703.

  • BUSMHR 7301 - Conceptual and Historical Foundations of Labor and Human Resource Management

    Provide students with an overview of the HRM profession with a focus on the future. The course emphasizes an understanding of HRM policies & practices, how HRM functions are organized, the role of HRM in business today as well as in the future, & the competencies needed to be a successful HR practitioner. The history of HRM is reviewed to provide an understanding of the forces that influenced HRM.

  • BUSMHR 8302.01 - Advanced Seminar: Selected issues in Human Resources Management I

    Advanced discussions of theory and research on human resource management. Prereq: Enrollment in Fisher College of Business Ph.D program, or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs.

  • BUSMHR 8302.02 - Advanced Seminar: Selected issues in Human Resources Management II

    Additional advanced discussions of theory and research on human resource management. Prereq: Enrollment in Fisher College of Business Ph.D program, or permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 3 cr hrs.