It blends new conceptual frameworks with empirical evidence, case illustrations, and company examples from a variety of countries in the region, exploring the economic, political, socio-cultural, demographic, and professional dimensions of the topic.
Country studies (for example, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, China, India, Korea and Australia) are included, examining the relationships between SHRM and talent management, knowledge workers, quality of work and human capital management in the Asian region.
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Introduction: Human resource management and organisational effectiveness
an overview and synthesis A. Nankervis, C. Rowley, N.M. Salleh
Section 1: Contextual frameworks
ASEAN and the AEC: Challenges and opportunities for human resource management, D.J.Q. Chen, W. Su-Yen
Emerging HRM perspectives on emotional intelligence, mindfulness and neurobiological science on organisational effectiveness P. Hosie, A. Sharma, L. Herkenhoff, J.A. Heydenfeldt, R.P.J. Kingshott
Section 2: Regional HRM perspectives
Where was HRM? The crisis of public confidence in Australia's banks, A. Montague, R. Larkin, J. Burgess
HRM as a strategic business partner: The contributions of strategic agility, knowledge management and management development in multinational enterprises
empirical insights from India S. Ananthram
An exploratory study of HRM roles and competencies in Vietnam, India and Malaysia V. Prikshat, N.M. Salleh, A. Nankervis
HRM roles in paradise: Strategic or administrative? A study of tourist resorts in the Maldives A. Najeeb
The quality of working Australia and its relevance for HRM and organisational effectiveness in the Asia Pacific J. Connell, J. Burgess
Section 3: Employment relations and Islamic perspectives
Collective voice and union effectiveness: Is relational capital the missing link N.M. Salleh, A.K. Rosline, J.K.S. Len, K.Ag. Budin
A study on the determinants of job satisfaction from an Islamic perspective: Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam and Malaysia R.U. Mohammed
Conclusion: The human resource management-organisational effectiveness link: overview and the role of HR practitioners C. Rowley, A. Nankervis, N.M. Salleh
Alan Nankervis is a Professor of Human Resource Management, based at Curtin University, Perth, Australia.
Chris Rowley Professorial Fellow, Institute of Hallyu Convergence Research, Korea University, Korea Adjunct Professor, Griffith Business School, Griffith University, Australia, Visiting Fellow, Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies, Nottingham University, UK and Professor, Cass Business School, City University, London, UK.
Professor Chris Rowley is Professorial Fellow, Institute of Hallyu Convergence Research, Korea University, Korea, Adjunct Professor, Griffith Business School, Griffith University, Australia, Visiting Fellow, Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies, Nottingham University, UK and Professor, Cass Business School, City University, London, UK. He is Editor of the leading journal Asia Pacific Business Review, Series Editor of the Working in Asia and Asian Studies book series. He has given a range of talks and lectures to universities and companies internationally with research and consultancy experience with unions, business and government. Professor Rowley has published widely in the area of HRM and Asian business, with over 500 articles, books and chapters and practitioner pieces.
Noorziah Salleh Universiti Institut Teknologi Mara, Sabah, Malaysia.
Noorziah Salleh is based at the Universiti Institut Teknologi Mara, Sabah, Malaysia.