Tata McGraw - Hill Education
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Personnel & human resources management
From legendary HR authority and bestselling author Dave Ulrich (The Why of Work: 43,000 copies/WSJ bestseller and HR Transformation: 20,000 copies) comes a global review of HR competencies that offers a general overview of the developing state of the practice and then goes into detail on how these competencies are being adapted in each part of the world. The chapters will be about HR current practices in Asia, Australia, China, Europe, India, Latin America, Middle East, United States.
HR thought leader Dave Ulrichbestselling author of HR Champions, The Why of Work, HR From the Outside In, and moreis back with his international colleagues to unpack and distill the finest, most up-to-the-moment thinking from the HR world. Indeed, this book looks at best practices from companies on every continent, offering an experts survey of universal and regional HR dos and donts.
Because new and developing global circumstances often require adaptability and changes in best practices, Global HR Competencies documents the decision- and policymaking of some of the worlds foremost, leading-edge HR practitioners. Together with his team of researchers, Ulrich has broken down all there is to know about best HR practices around the worldand how they might take shape in the future. Global HR Competencies will teach you:
The guiding principles that HRs next generations cant afford to be without
How HR professionals integrate across all levels of business life in each major region of the world
HRs impact on short-term individual and business performance, and how it can have sustainable impact on customers and society as a whole
How to best employ, develop, and make the most of HR professionals, giving you and your organization the maximum advantagewherever you are in the world.
About the Author
DAVE ULRICH is a professor at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, a partner at The RBL Group, and executive director of The RBL Institute.
WAYNE BROCKBANK is a clinical professor of business at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business and an emeritus partner in The RBL Group.
JON YOUNGER is a partner of The RBL Group, leads the firm's strategic HR practice, and is a director of The RBL Institute.
MIKE ULRICH is a PhD student at the Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina, with a background in research methods and statistical analysis.
With major contributions from regional colleagues in:
Table of Contents
Part One: The Changing Global Business Landscape and How HR Requirements Have Responded
Chapter 1: Overview and Logic
Chapter 2: The Global Perspective
Part Two: The Worlds Nine Major Regions: Their Business Challenges, HR Competencies and Competitive Practices
Chapter 3: Africa
Chapter 4: Australia and New Zealand
Chapter 5: China
Chapter 6: Europe
Chapter 7: India
Chapter 8: Latin America
Chapter 9: The Middle East
Chapter 10: North America
Chapter 11: Turkey
Part Three: Summary and Integration of Regional Differences
Chapter 12: Common and Customized Competencies: Similarities and Differences Around the World
Chapter 13: Future of Global HR: Whats Next?