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The Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management, Volume 3

The Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management, Volume 3

Author: William J. Rothwell

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118189733

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 319

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The three volumes in The Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management offer a comprehensive review of the essential issues and most important information available on the topic. Each volume in the encyclopedia contains contributions from some of the most celebrated names in the field of human resource management (HRM) and addresses the myriad challenges faced by today's human resource professionals. Volume 3 highlights three main topics HR professionals have identified as critical issues in today's workplace: Leadership and Learning; Strategy and Measurement; and The Evolution of Human Resources. Many of the articles in this volume provide an in-depth discussion of a current human resource topic while others introduce a new way of approaching a familiar HR challenge. Each article is designed to stimulate critical thinking and reflection. The topics covered include: Best Practices in Leadership Development; Leadership is Going Global; Web 2.0 Applications in Corporate Training; The Social Construction of Productive Organizations; Leadership Versatility; Strategy and Measurement; Strategic Business Partner Role; Human Resource Metrics; The HR Transition to Strategic Partner; Workplace Bullying; Lost Wisdom, Lost ROI; The Role of HR in Fostering Innovation in Organizations; Closing Critical Skills Gaps; Employee Engagement and Corporate Social Responsibility; The Implications of Situational Strength for HRM; and more. The Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management gives human resource professionals the knowledge, information, and tools needed to implement the best practices in the field.

The Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management, Volume 2

The Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management, Volume 2

Author: Jed Lindholm

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470257722

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 386

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Human resource management is a vital function of any organization, at the nexus of business practice, psychology, and law. This one-of-a-kind and all-in-one print and online encyclopedia offers access to information on all manner of topics and issues related to the "people" side of business. Volume 2 features hundreds of model employment forms; any item from Volume 1 that has forms associated with it will have forms provided in this volume. Forms are customizable or reproducible and compliant with current regulations. For students, researchers, and educators, the Encyclopedia will be a first stop on the way to more in-depth research. For entrepreneurs, managers, and employees, it will serve as an essential introduction and practical guide. For professionals in human resource management, it will be a handy reference.

The Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management, Volume 1

The Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management, Volume 1

Author: William J. Rothwell

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118189672

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 512

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The three volumes in The Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management offer a comprehensive review of the essential issues and most important information available on the topic. Each volume in the encyclopedia contains contributions from some of the most celebrated names in the field of human resource management (HRM) and addresses the myriad challenges faced by today's human resource professionals. Volume 1 puts the focus on the definition of terms and practices that are most relevant to today's human resource management (HRM) professionals. The contributors bring an up-to-date perspective of HRM definitions and practices and for ease of access, the terms are presented in alphabetical order. Each contributor includes the most recent research on a particular topic and summarizes a new and progressive definition of these important terms. The book begins with an enlightening discussion of the evolving practice of talent management and contains the following topics: Affirmative Action, Assessment, Business Ethics, Campus Recruitment, Career Development, Compensation, Drug Tests, Employee Relations, Flexible Benefits, Glass Ceiling, HR Metrics and Analytics, Mergers and Acquisitions, National Labor Relations Act, Quality Circles, Recruitment and Selection, Self-Directed Work Teams, Social Responsibility, Strategic Human Resource Management, Training Needs Analysis, Work Family Balance, and more. The Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management gives human resource professionals the knowledge, information, and tools needed to implement the best practices in the field.

Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management

Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management

Author: Adrian Wilkinson

Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing

ISBN: 9781783475469

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 4784

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The Encyclopedia of Human Resource Management is an authoritative and comprehensive reference resource with almost 400 entries on core HR areas and key concepts. From age discrimination, to zero hours contracts, each entry reflects the views of an expert and authoritative author. The terms included vary from singular concepts such as performance appraisal and industrial conflict, to organisational behaviour terms including organisational culture and commitment; and broader management terms such a resourcing and management development. Each entry provides a list of references and further reading to enable the reader to gain a deeper awareness and understanding of each topic. This book is an ideal companion to a standard HRM textbook, and both undergraduate and postgraduate students will find it to be of value. It will also be useful for academic researchers, HR practitioners and policy specialists looking for a succinct expert summary of key HR concepts.

Performance Consulting

Performance Consulting

Author: William J. Rothwell

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118128787

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 528

View: 427

Performance Consulting If organizations are to be successful they must improve individual and organizational performance in order to establish and maintain a high-performance workplace, develop intellectual capital, promote productivity, and ultimately enhance profitability. Performance Consulting reveals how to distinguish between the signs and symptoms of productivity problems from the underlying root causes and find the most ethical and cost-effective solutions to solve those problems. The book is written for performance consultants, HR professionals, and any leader who want to fulfill the role of a performance consultant in order to develop more productive workers and create a globally-competitive organization. Filled with illustrative examples from giants in the field of human performance technology, the book describes the skills needed in order to become an effective performance consultant. Step by step the author clearly shows how to uncover and deal with challenges and opportunities to improve human performance of organizations by analyzing their present and envisioning their future. The book offers vital information for examining an organization's present conditions that are associated with data collection and analysis methods. It also describes how to foresee future conditions of an organization associated with relevant sources in order to determine their future course. Performance Consulting includes guidelines for implementing performance improvement solutions, which are often identified as performance improvement interventions. The book explains which approaches can offer the solutions that are likely to be most cost-effective, timely, ethical, and socially-responsible. No matter what size your organization or your current job responsibilities, Performance Consulting offers the strategies and information needed to become a dynamic performance consultant.

Mastering the Instructional Design Process

Mastering the Instructional Design Process

Author: William J. Rothwell

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118947135

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 432

View: 152

A comprehensive framework for effective real-world instructional design Mastering the Instructional Design Process provides step-by-step guidance on the design and development of an engaging, effective training program. The focus on core competencies of instructional system design helps you develop your skills in a way that's immediately applicable to real-world settings, and this newly updated fifth edition has been revised to reflect the new IBSTPI Competencies and Standards for Instructional Design. With a solid foundation of researched and validated standards, this invaluable guide provides useful insight and a flexible framework for approaching instructional design from a practical perspective. Coverage includes the full range of design considerations concerning the learners, objectives, setting, and more, and ancillaries include design templates, PowerPoint slides, lecture notes, and a test bank help you bring these competencies to the classroom. Instructional design is always evolving, and new trends are emerging to meet the ever-changing needs of learners and exploit the newest tools at our disposal. This book brings together the latest developments and the most effective best practices to give you a foolproof framework for successfully managing instructional design projects. Detect and solve human performance problems Analyze needs, learners, work settings, and work Establish performance objectives and measurements Deliver effective instruction in a variety of scenarios Effective training programs don't just happen. Instructional design is a complex field, and practitioners must be skilled in very specific areas to deliver a training program that engages learners and makes the learning 'stick.' Mastering the Instructional Design Process is a comprehensive handbook for developing the skillset that facilitates positive training outcomes.

Employment Relations

Employment Relations

Author: Amie Shaw

Publisher: Cengage AU

ISBN: 9780170376679

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 456

View: 866

Overview This is the second edition of the well-regarded local text, Employment Relations. This new edition takes an even more practical approach to a complex area, considering both the industrial regulation and human resources dimensions of the employment relationship. As well as providing a comprehensive guide to employment relations in Australia, the text also offers a selective international comparative view on the management of the employment relationship. The text explains and emphasises the real-world connections between the important theories of industrial relations and human resources, which are key components of the employment relations discipline. The overarching aim is for students to gain a deeper understanding of the 'World of Work', through the discipline of Employment Relations.

Seven Moralities of Human Resource Management

Seven Moralities of Human Resource Management

Author: T. Klikauer

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137455789

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 363

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Seven Moralities of Human Resource Management analyses morality of HRM from the perspective of American psychologist Laurence Kohlberg. This book examines and makes value judgements on whether or not HRM is moral from the viewpoint of Kohlberg's seven stages of morality as a follow-up study of the author's 2012 book, Seven Management Moralities.

Encyclopedia of Human Behavior: J-P

Encyclopedia of Human Behavior: J-P

Author: V. S. Ramachandran

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015032911813

Category: Psychology

Page: 696

View: 397

The Encyclopedia of Human Behavior is a comprehensive four-volume reference source on human action and reaction, and the thoughts, feelings, and physiological functions behind those actions. Presented alphabetically by title, 250 articles probe both enduring and exciting new topics in physiological psychology, perception, personality, abnormal and clinical psychology, cognition and learning, social psychology, developmental psychology, language, and applied contexts. Written by leading scientists in these disciplines, every article has been peer-reviewed to establish clarity, accuracy, and comprehensiveness. The first reference source to provide both depth and breadth to the study of human behavior, the encyclopedia promises to be a much used reference source. This set appeals to public, corporate, university and college libraries, libraries in two-year colleges and some secondary schools

Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability Vol. 10/10

Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability Vol. 10/10

Author: Ray C. Anderson

Publisher: Berkshire Publishing Group

ISBN: 9781933782751

Category: Reference

Page: 492

View: 793

The Future of Sustainability, the tenth and final volume of the Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability, brings together essays from a group of renowned scholars and well-known environmentalist thinkers. Crucial topics are considered in terms of the future of humanity and its relationship with the natural world, from the outlook for nuclear energy, cities, energy, agriculture, water, food security, mobility, and migration; the role of higher education; and the concept of collective learning. The volume concludes with a resource guide for teaching materials at several levels, a directory of leading undergraduate- and graduate-level programs in sustainability, and a combined index of the 10-volume set.