Strategic Human Resource Management provides a thorough overview of all aspects of human resource strategy and is designed as a benchmark text for undergraduate and MBA students.
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Strategic Human Resource Management provides a thorough overview of all aspects of human resource strategy and is designed as a bechmark text for undergraduate and MBA students. The concept of human resource strategy has caused considerable controversy, and the authors critically examine current theory and the historical origins of human resource strategy in order to better understand this. They do this by taking a distinctive approach which is:.
a) thematic - using the conventional categories of HRM as route to understanding power-broking and decision-making in organizations.
b) problematic - exploring the tensions and contradictions inherent in most strategic HR interventions.
c) critical - focusing at the strategic level, asking searching questions as how HR 'strategies' are conceived, pursued and reconstructed.
d) accessible - drawing upon extensive experience in preparing Open University teaching material and incorporating international cases wherever possible.
Christopher Mabey is a senior lecturer and Head of the centre for Human Resources and Change Management at the Open Business School. A Chartered Occupational Psychologist, he researches, writes and consults widely on individual and organizational development.
Graeme Salaman is Reader in Sociology in the Social Science faculty of the Open University. He has published extensively over many years in the sociology of work and organizations, and in human resource strategies.
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Descrizione libro Wiley-Blackwell, 1995. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. 1. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0631185054