Human Resource Strategy
Walker's 1980 McGraw-Hill title, Human Resource Planning, encompassed the most significant trends in human resource management of the 1980's; in a similar manner, this new offering is destined to become the forward-looking text of the '90's, and potentially will influence the way human resource management is taught in many institutions. The shift from a traditional planning to strategic emphasis, and special attention to human resource issues are in line with the most current thinking. Walker's examples include some of the world's most innovative, flexible organizations.
Specifications of Human Resource Strategy
|Author||James W Walker|
|Number Of Pages||448|
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