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The Classical Model for Practising Human Resource Management

Tim Wilczek

ISBN 10: 3640173708 / ISBN 13: 9783640173709
Published by GRIN Verlag
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Paperback. 40 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.5in. x 0.1in.Essay from the year 2008 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: 2, 3, University of Western Sydney (School of Management), course: Human Resource Strategy, 25 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: During recent years an efficient Human Resource Management (HRM) has become more and more important for companies to achieve and sustain both competitiveness and economic success. Leopold, Harris and Watson (2005) mentioned that Human Resources became matters of considerable competitive advantage. Human Resources, respectively the skills and knowledge of an organisations staff, as Hamel and Prahalat (1994) called it, has transformed through massive changes in the economical, technological, sociocultural, judicial and political conditions to one of the most important strategic factor of success for companies these days. HRM, as a reaction to these changes in Personnel Management, attempts to find various methods of resolution for practice. If Personnel Management, HRM or SHRM, they all have a common goal: obtaining the achievement potential of all organisational members best as possible. But the HRM approach goes beyond the traditional approach of Personnel Management, having a broader focus on the necessary interdependence of all components with each other as well as the connection to other compartments of companies, whose success is seen in straight connection with personnel measures. Thereby Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM) can be seen as extension of HRM, and following the definition of Boxall (1996) it deals with the relationship between the strategic management of an organisation and the management of its human resources within this strategic context. In that case the focus is on long-term personnel decisions as well as on the question how an interaction of corporate and personnel strategy can be achieved. Initially this work is going to introduce and define different organizational strategies a This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9783640173709

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Essay from the year 2008 in the subject Business economics - Personnel and Organisation, grade: 2,3, University of Western Sydney (School of Management), course: Human Resource Strategy, 25 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: During recent years an efficient Human Resource Management (HRM) has become more and more important for companies to achieve and sustain both competitiveness and economic success. Leopold, Harris and Watson (2005) mentioned that Human Resources became matters of considerable competitive advantage. Human Resources, respectively the skills and knowledge of an organisation's staff, as Hamel and Prahalat (1994) called it, has transformed through massive changes in the economical, technological, sociocultural, judicial and political conditions to one of the most important strategic factor of success for companies these days. HRM, as a reaction to these changes in 'Personnel Management', attempts to find various methods of resolution for practice. If 'Personnel Management', 'HRM' or 'SHRM', they all have a common goal: obtaining the achievement potential of all organisational members best as possible. But the 'HRM' approach goes beyond the traditional approach of 'Personnel Management', having a broader focus on the necessary interdependence of all components with each other as well as the connection to other compartments of companies, whose success is seen in straight connection with personnel measures. Thereby Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM) can be seen as extension of HRM, and following the definition of Boxall (1996) it deals with the relationship between the strategic management of an organisation and the management of its human resources within this strategic context. In that case the focus is on long-term personnel decisions as well as on the question how an interaction of corporate and personnel strategy can be achieved. Initially this work is going to introduce and define different organizational strategies a
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