Human Resources Strategies

This book encourages HR managers who want to be pioneers of, or support, digital transformation to rethink their HR strategies.

Human Resources Strategies

Author: Armin Trost

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030305929

Page: 369

View: 927

The digitalization of businesses calls for new forms of leadership and collaboration, as traditional human resources strategies are reaching their limits. Personal responsibility, networking and diversity are increasingly recognized as key prerequisites for agility, adaptability and innovativeness. This book encourages HR managers who want to be pioneers of, or support, digital transformation to rethink their HR strategies. It begins with a clear illustration of the difference between stability and agility in leadership and organization. Building on this, it then guides the reader through a broad range of relevant HR topics and how they compare to the new strategic orientation. All major aspects of HR management are addressed, including recruitment, learning, talent management, remuneration, performance management, corporate training, executive development and change management. Providing a comprehensive, practical, differentiated and non-dogmatic alternative to traditional approaches, the book is a must-read for all those who are concerned with sustainable HR management in the era of digitalization.

Aligning Human Resources and Business Strategy

Building on surveys undertaken through Personnel Today magazine and research via Roffey Park Institute, Holbeche provides a set of tools and case studies that show how HR strategists have utilized their skills to deliver a variety of key ...

Aligning Human Resources and Business Strategy

Author: Linda Holbeche

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 0750680172

Page: 498

View: 506

Holbeche provides a set of tools and case studies that show how HR strategists have utilised their skills to deliver a variety of key business objectives, often within their current job role.

Human Resources Management for Health Care Organizations

This book is a comprehensive guide to the essential areas of health care human resources management, and is an immediately useful practical handbook for practitioners as well as a textbook for use health care management programs.

Human Resources Management for Health Care Organizations

Author: Joan E. Pynes

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470873558

Page: 448

View: 658

This book is a comprehensive guide to the essential areas of health care human resources management, and is an immediately useful practical handbook for practitioners as well as a textbook for use health care management programs. Written by the authors of Handbook for the New Health Care Manager and Human Resources Management for Public and Nonprofit Organizations, the book covers the context of human resources management in the unique health care business arena from a strategic perspective includes SHRM and human resources planning, organizational culture and assessment, and the legal environment of human resources management. Managing volunteers and job analysis perfor­mance appraisal instruments, training and development programs, and recruitment, targeted selection and hiring techniques are covered. Compensation poli­cies and practices, employer-provided benefits management, implementation of training and organizational development programs, as well as labor-management relations for health care organizations and healthcare human resource information technology are covered, with practical examples and proven strategies amply provided in each chapter.

Strategic Human Resource Management

This edition contains completely revised chapters on HRM, HR strategy, the formulation and implementation of strategy, roles in strategic HRM and strategic reward.

Strategic Human Resource Management

Author: Michael Armstrong

Publisher: Kogan Page Limited

ISBN:

Page: 194

View: 385

This edition contains completely revised chapters on HRM, HR strategy, the formulation and implementation of strategy, roles in strategic HRM and strategic reward.

Human Resource Strategy

This new edition features an updated literature review, coverage of the latest challenges to HR strategy, new mini-cases, discussion questions, additional examples, and an emphasis on the strategic implications of the research, making it an ...

Human Resource Strategy

Author: Peter A. Bamberger

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135122261

Page: 320

View: 917

What is human resource strategy? How are human resources strategies formulated and how can we explain the variance between what is espoused and what is actually implemented? What impact – if any – does human resource strategy have on the organization’s "bottom line," and how can this impact be explained? Is there one best HR strategy for all firms, or is the impact of HR strategy on performance contingent on some set of organizational, technological or environmental factors? Human Resource Strategy, 2nd edition, provides an overview of the academic and practitioner responses to these and other questions. Applying an integrative framework, the authors review 30 years’ worth of empirical and theoretical research in an attempt to reconcile often-conflicting conceptual models and competing empirical results. Complex theoretical models and scientific findings are presented in an accessible and relevant way, in the context of the strategic decisions that executives are forced to make on a regular basis. This new edition features an updated literature review, coverage of the latest challenges to HR strategy, new mini-cases, discussion questions, additional examples, and an emphasis on the strategic implications of the research, making it an ideal resource for students and practitioners alike.

The Strategic Managing of Human Resources

Starting from the premise that managing human resources strategically is crucial for long term organizational success, this work is essential reading for both future line managers as well as specialist Human Resource Managers.

The Strategic Managing of Human Resources

Author: John Leopold

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN: 9780273713869

Page: 587

View: 986

Starting from the premise that managing human resources strategically is crucial for long term organizational success, this work is essential reading for both future line managers as well as specialist Human Resource Managers.

Armstrong s Handbook of Strategic Human Resource Management

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 ...

Armstrong s Handbook of Strategic Human Resource Management

Author: Michael Armstrong

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN: 0749463953

Page: 328

View: 492

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.

Strategic Human Resource Management and Development

The book is divided into five parts. Apart from the stories narrated within the text of the book, and some exercises, there is a separate section of cases at the end of the book to augment the concepts narrated in each part.

Strategic Human Resource Management and Development

Author: Richard Regis

Publisher: Excel Books India

ISBN: 9788174465924

Page: 423

View: 165

Strategic Human Resource Management has been a topic familiar to many. But this book approaches the same topic in a current global economy with so many Indian business houses venturing into acquiring global giants and establishing themselves atop of the world of business in our growing economy. This means that with electronic communication making the world into a global village and virtual organizations and learning having made the distinction between 'place' and 'space' not a matter of importance, strategies to be adapted by the HR professionals should be totally new. That is where this book is having a new approach to SHRM. It is interspersed with contemporary Indian cases and experience to fall back on to illustrate the different strategies HR has to play as a business partner. Issues in employee privacy in case of virtual organizations have been vividly dealt with. Gone are the days of the fire-fighting role of HR professionals. They are required to play a vital role being part of the business strategy not only at the domestic arena but also in the global business. Challenges involved in building multicultural organizations, cross border merger and acquisition and repatriation and outsourcing are topics that are significant in the local as well as the global human resource management which are discussed extensively. The book explains career planning and development and compensation packages in the context of competencies and balanced scorecard. When speed and alacrity are demanded of all the employees to stay ahead of competition, the employees are required to put in extended hours and work in a stressful environment. Hence, the new-era HR professional has to resort to developmental activities through mentoring, coaching, counseling, stress management and emotional balance. The book is divided into five parts. Apart from the stories narrated within the text of the book, and some exercises, there is a separate section of cases at the end of the book to augment the concepts narrated in each part. It would not only fully meet the requirements of MBA students but would also give new direction to the practicing HR professionals.

Public Human Resource Management

Public Human Resource Management: Strategies and Practices in the 21st Century offers a novel take on public human resource management (PHRM) by providing practical guidance for practitioners operating in a drastically reformed HR ...

Public Human Resource Management

Author: Randy Paul Battaglio

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1452218234

Page: 440

View: 729

This book offers a novel take on public human resource management (PHRM) by providing practical guidance for practitioners operating in a drastically reformed HR environment. Reviewing foundational topics like recruitment and retention, pay and benefits, equal employment opportunity, and performance appraisal in light of five key reforms (decentralization, deregulation, declassification, privatization, and performance-based pay), author R. Paul Battaglio assesses how the traditional practice of public HR has changed--and not necessarily for the better. New material on human resource information systems, managing motivation in the public sector, and public HR management education is included -- a topic rarely found in contemporary PHRM texts. Public Human Resource Management is an essential guide to public HR management and navigating the challenges and opportunities posed in the changing landscape of HR reform.

Strategy and Human Resource Management

The new edition of this market leading text provides an authoratitive yet accessible account of the strategic role of HRM in organizations.

Strategy and Human Resource Management

Author: Peter Boxall

Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education

ISBN: 0230366759

Page: 408

View: 372

The new edition of this market leading text provides an authoratitive yet accessible account of the strategic role of HRM in organizations. Strategy and Human Resource Management 3rd edition offers fully updated chapters and sources whilst retaining the critical approach and strong framework popular with both students and lecturers.

Strategic Human Resource Management

This book provides the emphasis on understanding HRM as the management of work and people in organizations and the analytical approach we take to this means that the boundaries between HRM, industrial/employment relations and organizational ...

Strategic Human Resource Management

Author: Ananda Das Gupta

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9780429327728

Page: 172

View: 570

"Human resources strategic management concept has developed widely in the last couple of years, especially because of the impact that human resources have over the competitiveness of organizations. The development of human resources strategies involves taking into account their multiple mutual dependences and the fact that they must be vertically integrated with the business strategy. These strategies define intentions and plans related to overall organizational considerations, such as organizational competitiveness, effectiveness or image, and to more specific aspects of human resources management, such as resourcing, motivating, valuating, learning and development, reward and employee relations. Human resources strategic management supplies a large perspective on the way critical issues or success factors related to people can be addressed and different concepts of strategic decisions are made, with long-term impact on the behavior and success of the organization. The fundamental objective of human resource strategic management is to generate strategic capability by ensuring that the organization has the high-qualified, committed and well-motivated employees it needs to achieve and sustain competitive advantage. The emergence of strategic human resource management (SHRM) is influenced by the global competition, and the corresponding search for sources of sustainable competitive advantage. SHRM has achieved its prominence because it provides a means by which business firms can enhance the competitiveness and promote managerial efficiency. It facilitates the development of a human capital that meets the requirements of business competitive strategy, so that organizational goals and mission will be achieved. HRM system is defined as "a set of distinct but interrelated activities, functions and processes that are directed at attracting, developing, and maintaining (or disposing of) a firm's human resources." Many agree that HRM is the most effective tool which contribute to the creation of human capital, and in turn, contributes to organizational performance and competitive advantage. This book provides the emphasis on understanding HRM as the management of work and people in organizations and the analytical approach we take to this means that the boundaries between HRM, industrial/employment relations and organizational behaviour. As a management discipline, HRM draws insights, models, and theories from cognate disciplines and applies them to real world settings. Further, discussions of how current theoretical perspectives and frameworks (e.g., those related to strategic competitiveness, knowledge management, learning organization, communities of practice) can be applied by reflective practitioners to create an eco-friendly organizational culture"--

Human Resource Strategies for the High Growth Entrepreneurial Firm

This volume not only illustrates the research that is being done in the area of human resources in entrepreneurial firms but it raises many issues that exemplify the complexity of the topic. It is not a case of small versus large firms.

Human Resource Strategies for the High Growth Entrepreneurial Firm

Author: Robert L. Heneman

Publisher: IAP

ISBN: 1607527405

Page: 289

View: 815

This volume not only illustrates the research that is being done in the area of human resources in entrepreneurial firms but it raises many issues that exemplify the complexity of the topic. It is not a case of small versus large firms. There are small established firms, small startup firms and small high growth firms. As pointed out by Alvarez and Molloy these firms differ with established firms dealing with risk while high growth firms deal with uncertainty. These firms vary in ownership based on family ownership, ownership by founder, or some type of privately held stock ownership. These firms also vary based on how they handle people issues: structure versus lack of structure; the traditional HR functional approach versus the use of people management practices; personjob fit versus person organization fit; ability and work experience versus integrity and conscientiousness; work processes and bureaucracy versus agility and adaptability; tasks versus roles; inhouse professionals versus reliance on thirdparty vendors; traditional pay versus variable pay; shortterm orientation of incentives versus longterm orientation of incentives; and many more.

Human Resource Strategy

This new edition features an updated literature review, coverage of the latest challenges to HR strategy, new mini-cases, discussion questions, additional examples, and an emphasis on the strategic implications of the research, making it an ...

Human Resource Strategy

Author: Peter A. Bamberger

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1135122253

Page: 320

View: 935

What is human resource strategy? How are human resources strategies formulated and how can we explain the variance between what is espoused and what is actually implemented? What impact – if any – does human resource strategy have on the organization’s "bottom line," and how can this impact be explained? Is there one best HR strategy for all firms, or is the impact of HR strategy on performance contingent on some set of organizational, technological or environmental factors? Human Resource Strategy, 2nd edition, provides an overview of the academic and practitioner responses to these and other questions. Applying an integrative framework, the authors review 30 years’ worth of empirical and theoretical research in an attempt to reconcile often-conflicting conceptual models and competing empirical results. Complex theoretical models and scientific findings are presented in an accessible and relevant way, in the context of the strategic decisions that executives are forced to make on a regular basis. This new edition features an updated literature review, coverage of the latest challenges to HR strategy, new mini-cases, discussion questions, additional examples, and an emphasis on the strategic implications of the research, making it an ideal resource for students and practitioners alike.

Strategic Approach to Human Resource Management

A Separate Chapter On Strategic Human Resource Management Is The Uniqueness Of This Book.

Strategic Approach to Human Resource Management

Author: Tapomoy Deb

Publisher: Atlantic Publishers & Dist

ISBN: 9788126905904

Page: 412

View: 111

The Present Book Is The Most Authentic Presentation Of Contemporary Concept, Tools And Application Of Human Resource Management. All The Latest Developments In The Arena Have Been Incorporated. It Remarkably Differs From The Books On The Subject Written In A Conventional Manner As It Does Not Attempt To Rediscover Personnel Management Under The Garb Of Human Resource Management. A Separate Chapter On Strategic Human Resource Management Is The Uniqueness Of This Book. Attempt Has Been Made To Provide For The Ambitious Students And The Inquisitive Scholars A Comfortable, Genuine And Firm Grasp Of Key Concepts For Practical Application Of Human Resource Management Techniques In Actual Business Organisations. Review Questions Have Been Provided At The End Of Each Section To Help The Students Prepare Well For The Examination. In Its Description Of The Entire Conceptual Framework Of Human Resource Management, Care Has Been Taken To Avoid Jargons Which Usually Obscure A Work Of This Kind. Another Speciality Of The Book Is That It Can Be Used As A Textbook By Students And As Handbook By Hr Managers And Practitioners. It Will Be Highly Useful For The Students Of Mba/Mhrm/Mpm/Mlw/Msw In Hrm And M.Com. Courses Of All Indian Universities.

Strategic Human Resources Planning

The market leading text, Strategic Human Resources Planning, is now in its fifth edition.

Strategic Human Resources Planning

Author: Kenneth McBey

Publisher: Nelson Education

ISBN: 9780176506940

Page: 424

View: 565

The market leading text, Strategic Human Resources Planning, is now in its fifth edition. The fundamental premise of this text is that different organizational strategies require different human resources management (HRM) policies and practices. Strategic Human Resources Planning, Fifth Edition, is designed to help human resources (HR) managers plan and make decisions about the allocation of resources for the effective management of people in organizations, within a given strategy. The fifth edition has been updated with new examples and practices from the human resources field as well as new cases and exercises to help students apply the concepts presented in the text.

Human Resource Management

Presented in a clear and relatable style, this text emphasizes how effective human resource management and strategic planning work in concert to allow organizations to achieve maximum success.

Human Resource Management

Author: Greg L. Stewart

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 111949298X

Page:

View: 280

Human Resource Management addresses the challenges faced by human resource managers, integrating traditional theory with real-world strategy to equip students with the knowledge, perspective, and skills they need to thrive in the ever-changing global business environment. Presented in a clear and relatable style, this text emphasizes how effective human resource management and strategic planning work in concert to allow organizations to achieve maximum success. The focus on practical application illustrates the essential link between strategic planning and implementation, providing an inside look at how real-world companies increase effectiveness through world-class human resources management practices. A wealth of case studies, discussion topics, and exercises reinforce key concepts, strengthening students’ ability to think strategically and integrate core HR management principles into the decision-making process. By mirroring the current landscape’s increased reliance on smart people-management strategy, this text underscores the importance of HR management in attracting and retaining the top talent that drives an organization forward.

Armstrong s Handbook of Strategic Human Resource Management

Armstrong's Handbook of Strategic Human Resource Management is a complete guide to integrating HR strategies with wider organizational goals and objectives approaches to achieve sustained competitive advantage.

Armstrong s Handbook of Strategic Human Resource Management

Author: Michael Armstrong

Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

ISBN: 1789661730

Page:

View: 880

Armstrong's Handbook of Strategic Human Resource Management is a complete guide to integrating HR strategies with wider organizational goals and objectives approaches to achieve sustained competitive advantage. Supported by key learning summaries, source reviews and practical real-life examples from organizations including UNICEF and General Motors (GM), it provides coverage of HRM strategies in key areas of the function such as employee engagement, talent management and learning and development, as well as strategic HRM approaches in an international context. This fully revised seventh edition of Armstrong's Handbook of Strategic Human Resource Management contains new chapters on evidence-based strategic HRM, employee wellbeing strategies and HR analytics, as well as additional case studies and updated wider content to reflect the latest research and thinking. It remains an indispensable resource for both professionals and those studying HR qualifications, including undergraduate and masters degrees and the CIPD's advanced level qualifications. Online supporting resources include lecture slides and comprehensive handbooks for lecturers and students which include self-assessment questions, case study exercises, and a glossary and literature review.

Strategic Hospitality Human Resources Management

Strategic Hospitality Human Resources Management, 1e is a groundbreaking new textbook exploring human resource management in the unique environment of the hospitality industry.

Strategic Hospitality Human Resources Management

Author: Doriann Hilton Dennison

Publisher: Prentice Hall

ISBN: 9780135087053

Page: 216

View: 326

The first human resources text tailored to the hospitality industry. Strategic Hospitality Human Resources Management, 1e is a groundbreaking new textbook exploring human resource management in the unique environment of the hospitality industry. Weber and Dennison provide a solid grounding in human resource functions and examine the skills hospitality managers require to implement an effective human resources program. Chapters illustrate how human resource decisions are key to successful hospitality operations and help future managers form effective human resource strategies. Introductory chapters provide context and background information in the human resources field while subsequent chapters develop specific skills and strategies that can be directly applied in hospitality management. Teaching and Learning Experience This program will provide a better teaching and learning experience—for you and your students. It provides: Strategies for successful management: Chapters take a strategic approach to human resources management. Practice and review tools: Every chapter includes questions and exercises to help students check their learning and truly master chapter topics. Effective resources for further learning: Extensive references and resources encourage further exploration of chapter topics.