Human Capital And Global Business Strategy

Author: Howard Thomas
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107033152
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Human capital - the performance and the potential of people in an organization - has become an increasingly important issue. With a strong practitioner focus, this book provides business leaders and HR professionals with new insights into how to improve business performance through a strategic approach to human capital.

Strategic Human Capital Development And Management In Emerging Economies

Author: Bhattacharya, Anshuman
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1522519750
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The analysis and implementation of effective human resources strategies creates opportunities for organizational success. By utilizing such intangible assets, businesses can gain competitive advantage and enhance productivity. Strategic Human Capital Development and Management in Emerging Economies is a comprehensive reference source for the latest scholarly research on the intersection of globalization, organizational behavior, and human capital management in the context of developing nations. Covering a range of business-oriented topics, such as job proficiency, corporate social responsibility, and burnout syndrome, this book is ideally designed for managers, researchers, academics, professionals, and graduate students interested in sustainable management of human behavior in modern organizations.

High Impact Human Capital Strategy

Author: Jack Phillips
Publisher: AMACOM
ISBN: 0814436072
Size: 34.85 MB
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Traditionally, human resources has focused on recruiting good people, preparing them for assignments, motivating them to perform, and retaining them. These functions remain essential, but to be successful in turbulent times like ours, human capital strategy needs to be broader and much more far-reaching. High-Impact Human Capital Strategy examines 12 critical forces that must be considered: globalization, changes in workforce demographics, skill shortages and mismatches in labor markets, environmental matters, and more. It shows how to incorporate each into an effective overall plan, and how to translate that plan into action. You'll learn to design human capital programs that: Connect with business measures * Achieve positive ROI * Ensure critical talent is in place * Boost engagement * Address work/life balance and other social issues * Reduce the need to outsource Case studies and step-by-step guidelines help you move beyond hiring-training-benefits functions, to develop human capital strategies that deliver measurable value in the face of ongoing challenges.

Strategic Approaches For Human Capital Management And Development In A Turbulent Economy

Author: Ordóñez de Pablos, Patricia
Publisher: IGI Global
ISBN: 1466645318
Size: 44.86 MB
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Companies and organizations are increasingly more aware of the importance of people and their knowledge for dealing with economic scenarios as well as their relationships developed both inside and outside of the company. Strategic Approaches for Human Capital Management and Development in a Turbulent Economy examines the useful information developed by individuals presented within organizational structures, routines, and company policies. This book is an international platform for academics, researchers, lecturers, decision makers, and policy makers in order to enhance their understanding and collaboration in issues of knowledge management and human resource management.

Boundaryless Hr

Author: Karen V. Beaman
Publisher: Rector-Duncan
ISBN: 9780967923949
Size: 50.49 MB
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Human Capital And Innovation

Author: Sumit Kundu
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137565616
Size: 20.62 MB
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The second title in the Palgrave Studies in Global Human Capital Management series, this book explores how human capital contributes to innovation within the context of an inter-connected and globalized world. Investigating globalization as a phenomenon reflected within increasing cross-border flows of goods, services, know-how and talent, Human Capital and Innovation: Examining the Role of Globalization illustrates various facets of innovation at individual, team and organizational level. It highlights the influence of new economic realities, such as technological advances and the rise of emerging economies, on human capital and innovation.

Hr Strategy

Author: Paul Kearns
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 9781856178150
Size: 56.19 MB
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With a huge proportion of organizations' expenditure related to their human resources and recent economic pressures making companies more lean that ever, it has never been more important for HR professionals to think and act strategically, and turn their people planning into profit. Focused on HR as a key tool for competitive advantage and sustainable success, "HR Strategy" demonstrates how to develop a winning human resource strategy working backwards from the results you want to see towards a workable, measurable plan for managing human capital. Tap into the needs of individual employees to unleash their maximum value with this concise, easy-to-read book that takes a practical, how-to approach, covering the wide-angle theory and the day-to-day practice. This new edition includes: updated case studies to demonstrate strategies work in different organizational contexts; thorough revision throughout to incorporate the latest theories, developments, tools and measures; increased focus on the questions you need to ask yourself about your organization's drivers and values in order to make real changes from the ground level up. Paul Kearns is a respected HR strategy consultant and recognised authority in measuring the financial impact of human capital strategies. He has taught HR-business strategy at MBA level for over 10 years and has a growing reputation in the UK and worldwide, as seen by his appearance in "HR Magazine's" Most Influential list of 2008. This new edition features updated case studies and thorough revision throughout to incorporate the latest theories, developments, tools and measures. It comes now with increased focus on the questions you need to ask yourself about your organization's drivers and values in order to make real changes from the ground level up. It is written by recognised leading consultant featured in "HR Magazine's" Most Influential list of 2008

Armstrong S Handbook Of Strategic Human Resource Management

Author: Michael Armstrong
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 0749463953
Size: 56.11 MB
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Strategic human resource management has been taken up by academics, consultants and practitioners alike. However, the integration of human resource strategy with overall business strategy is often easier in theory than in practice. Armstrong's Handbook of Strategic Human Resource Management provides a bridge between theory and practice, and offers a guide both to formulating human resource strategies and to implementing them. Fully updated, this edition incorporates the latest thinking, research and practice on strategic Human Resource Management and contains completely revised chapters on HRM, HR strategy, the formulation and implementation of strategy, roles in strategic HRM and strategic reward. This indispensable book includes coverage of international aspects of strategic human resource management. It also reflects important developments in HR strategies linked with those issues that affect HRM on a day-to-day basis, including human capital management, corporate social responsibility, organization development, employee engagement and talent management. Including a new chapter on organizational effectiveness, Armstrong's Strategic Human Resource Management sets out a strategic framework for HRM; a framework for implementing SHRM in action; and a section on HR strategies. Case studies, checklists, practical examples and a strategic HR toolkit make this book an extremely practical resource for all those who are involved in putting complex strategy into practice in order to effect positive and productive change.

Short Introduction To Strategic Human Resource Management

Author: Wayne F. Cascio
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107027810
Size: 46.40 MB
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Leading authors explain strategic and risk management approach to human resource management. Numerous examples in every chapter illustrate key points.

Strategic International Human Resource Management

Author: Stephen J. Perkins
Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers
ISBN: 9780749443573
Size: 48.63 MB
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Given the rise of globalization, companies increasingly need to adopt an international human resource management (IHRM) strategy. Strategic International Human Resource Management discusses all the elements that make up the IHRM portfolio. It considers the consequences of international cultures on employee performance and welfare and explores the consequences (such as diversity issues) of the various employee resourcing options, for example: hiring local staff vs. international appointments. It also examines training and development in an international environment and the complexities of multinational reward management practice. Drawing on practical experiences from around the world, this book demonstrates how to design and implement a human resource strategy within the context of an overall business strategy for global expansion. This second edition looks at the trends and managerial priorities that look set to influence decision-making in SIHRM in the coming decade. Formerly published as Globalization - The People Dimension.