Australian Human Resources Management
Business & Professional Publishing
Publication Date :
1 Jan 1999
The key to competitive advantage in the new millenium is the speed with which an organisation responds to its clients, competitors, and to the economic and business environment in which it operates. The capacity for a firm to maximise the potential of its people is therefore a primary determinant of how effectively an organisation will achieve the necessary speed of its response. Australian Human Resources Management Vol. 2 covers the current and emerging trends that directly relate to the planning, development, and utilisation of people in support of their organisation's objectives. These include important issues such as - the future role of human resource management - the process of organisational change - design and structure of executive remuneration - ethical cultures - the management of diversity - managing an international workforce. The key insights in the chapters are reinforced by the inclusion of eight excellent case studies which, for the student, showcases human resource management in action. For the practitioner, Australian Human Resources Management is a valuable resource that enables
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