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Tomorrow's HR Management: 48 Thought Leaders Call for Change Hardcover – 1 Aug 1997

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  • Hardcover: 400 pages
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons (1 Aug. 1997)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0471197149
  • ISBN-13: 978-0471197140
  • Product Dimensions: 16 x 3.3 x 23.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,720,251 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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In the future, will human resource management emerge as an even more critical factor in developing and maintaining a company's competitive edge, or will it become just one more outsourced function overseen by managers busy juggling several other responsibilities at the same time? Will HR departments buckle under the constant pressure to do more with less, or will inspired leaders develop practices that link HR to overall business strategies and improved organizational capabilities? Tomorrow's HR Management is about creating the future right in your own company-adapting to meet the needs of your enterprise and the demands of a changing business environment. In this remarkably visionary volume, 48 of the most perceptive and imaginative HR executives, consultants, and scholars from around the world offer their views on the future of the field and prescribe courses of action that will help CEOs and HR managers shape that future. Each of the book's six sections advocates a strategic goal designed to increase HR's productivity, efficiency, and adaptability. Each chapter analyzes obstacles and formulates tactics designed to help reach these goals.

This book helps HR managers and business leaders to: * Manage HR like a business-define and deliver clear outcomes * Play new roles in the competitive environment of the future * Prepare for the future * Build an infrastructure and discover how to measure progress * Remember the human in Human Resources * Go global through advances in technology. Whether the future brings a steady and gradual curve of change or dramatic events that require drastic, overnight adjustments to radically new business environments, Tomorrow's HR Management will help lead the way in meeting these challenges and can be used by anyone from the CEO to the newest HR professional to create a more competitive organization.

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Tomorrow’s HR Management In the future, will human resource management emerge as an even more critical factor in developing and maintaining a company’s competitive edge, or will it become just one more outsourced function overseen by managers busy juggling several other responsibilities at the same time? Will HR departments buckle under the constant pressure to do more with less, or will inspired leaders develop practices that link HR to overall business strategies and improved organizational capabilities? Tomorrow’s HR Management is about creating the future right in your own company—adapting to meet the needs of your enterprise and the demands of a changing business environment. In this remarkably visionary volume, 48 of the most perceptive and imaginative HR executives, consultants, and scholars from around the world offer their views on the future of the field and prescribe courses of action that will help CEOs and HR managers shape that future. Each of the book’s six sections advocates a strategic goal designed to increase HR’s productivity, efficiency, and adaptability. Each chapter analyzes obstacles and formulates tactics designed to help reach these goals. This book helps HR managers and business leaders to:

  • Manage HR like a business—define and deliver clear outcomes
  • Play new roles in the competitive environment of the future
  • Prepare for the future
  • Build an infrastructure and discover how to measure progress
  • Remember the human in Human Resources
  • Go global through advances in technology
      Whether the future brings a steady and gradual curve of change or dramatic events that require drastic, overnight adjustments to radically new business environments, Tomorrow’s HR Management will help lead the way in meeting these challenges and can be used by anyone from the CEO to the newest HR professional to create a more competitive organization.

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