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The most important outcome of any academic course is to increase understanding for both learners and their instructors. However, in many business courses this is made problematic because of the ways in which business schools have constructed the bodies of knowledge that they consider relevant. This chapter considered the ways in which the Human Resource Management (HRM) course has evolved and argues that in its trajectory it has become artificially separated from many other critical understandings and bodies of knowledge, particularly those of national and organizational cultures. However, within the teaching and learning of HRM there are many opportunities for considering overarching perspectives, integrating what have become separated aspects, and providing the richer and more expansive understanding of subject matter that is increasingly demanded from business graduates in the complex and globalized world of work. The chapter explores the nature, significance, and potential of these opportunities—opportunities that are generally understood as teachable moments .
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