There is no single formula for strategic reward success. The author offers practical guidance that will enable you to develop and implement practices that are aligned with your organization’s business goals, structure and people. He also addresses the cornerstones of successful reward strategy and i..
How can strategic HRM make a significant impact to bottom-line performance? This timely book combines an overview of the relevant theory with research evidence and practical guidance as to how human resource practitioners can contribute towards this goal. In addition, the authors have drawn on previ..
This book is one of the few texts devoted to the subject of total quality management which has generated interest world wide. The material is based on research work carried out by the authors over the last 10 years. The book provides managers with sound practical advice on how to initiate and implem..
Revised with updated information and current case studies, plus seven new chapters, this new edition gives you the latest tools for showing profitability in your HRD program. Today’s economic climate demands that anyone involved in training and development be able to both produce and document result..
In an ancient village, a retired billionaire possesses a secret diary! Within its pages are insights by which a person can attract fame, wealth and success.
For over decades the old man has preserved the diary, but an unexpected series of events in his life has now forced him to reveal its contents...
How does a manager gain a positive commitment of the work place? What measures are necessary to motivate employees and make them effective members of the organization?
Andrew Sargent explains the issues, the theories expounded by behavioural scientists, the barriers to motivation, the crucial influe..
How to Work for an Idiot is the confession of a recovering “I-Boss” (Idiot Boss). After decades of writing and consulting, John Hoover, also known as Dr. John, finally realized that the vast majority of people he kept trying to energize, to motivate, and to enlighten were, well—idiots. He also reali..
This book will help HR professionals to add genuine value to the strategy-setting process. It is based on two key components: the strategic human resource forecast and the human resource plan. The author presents a powerful step-by-step model and provides essential guidance on issues such as: persua..
Human Resource Management In An International Context is designed for those studying HRM as part of an MBA or a postgraduate/undergraduate business and management degree. It will also interest students who wish to gain a greater understanding of HRM issues in their international context and those wh..
Human Resource Management In Organisations identifies and discusses HRM trends and developments within a variety of organisational contexts including public sector, privatised utilities, small and medium sized enterprises and the not-for-profit sector. In particular, it evaluates the links between H..