Human Value Management. The Value–Adding Human Resource Management Strategy for the 1990s

  • ID: 2218588
  • Book
  • 346 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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An internationally renowned consultant demonstrates how HR managers can play a more integral and dynamic role in their companies′ growth by running human resources like a business. Jac Fitz–Enz shows how to shift focus from the administration of traditional personnel programs to proactive support for organizational goals. He explains how to identify the needs of internal "markets," develop services to meet them, eliminate all activities that do not directly contribute to the organization′s goals, and reward performance that produces measurable results.
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PrefaceThe Author

1. Changing Perceptions About Human Resource Management

2. The New Laws of the Marketplace: Evolutionary Change at a Revolutionary Speed

3. Human Value Management: The Strategy for the Next Decade

4. A Strategic Plan for Effective Human Value Management

5. Creating a New Vision for Human Resources

6. Repositioning Human Resources

7. Researching and Developing Markets for Human Resources

8. Assessing the Human Resource Capacity of the Organization

9. Deciding and Acting on Key Success Points and Options

10. Evaluating the Value–Added Effects of Human Resources

11. Conclusion: The Present and Future States of Human Value Management

Index
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