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Human resource management : critical perspectives on business and management / edited, with a new introduction by Michael Poole

Secondary Author Poole, Michael Country Reino Unido. Publication London : Routledge, 1999 Description 3 v. ; 24 cm ISBN 0-415-19336-2 (Obra completa) Contents note vol.1 : Origins, developments and critical analyses. - XLVII, 264 p vol.2 : Comparative, international and strategic human resource management. - VII, 559 p vol.3 : Emergent HRM issues for the new millennium. - VI, 409 p CDU 658.3
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Monografia Biblioteca Geral da Universidade do Minho
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Monografia Biblioteca Geral da Universidade do Minho
BGUM 658.3 - H LIVRO vol.2 Available 270730
Monografia Biblioteca Geral da Universidade do Minho
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

vol.1 : Origins, developments and critical analyses. - XLVII, 264 p vol.2 : Comparative, international and strategic human resource management. - VII, 559 p vol.3 : Emergent HRM issues for the new millennium. - VI, 409 p.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Volume I Origins, Developments and Critical Analyses
  • 1 Human relations or human resources Raymond E. Miles
  • 2 From control to commitment in the workplace
  • 3 A conceptual overview of HRM
  • 4 A framework for strategic human resource management
  • 5 The transformation of industrial relations and personnel function
  • 6 Human resource management and industrial relations
  • 7 Human resource management: an agenda for the 1990s
  • 8 Human resource management and the American dream
  • 9 Introduction: from personnel management to human resource management
  • 10 HRM: a map, model or theory
  • 11 The significance of human resource management: a reconstruction of the evidence
  • 12 What is human resource management
  • 13 HRMism and the languages of representation
  • Volume II Comparative, International Strategic Human Resource Management
  • Part 1 Comparative and international perspectives on human resource management: theory and methodology
  • 14 Building the theory of comparative HRM
  • 15 Comparative human resource management (HRM): a systems perspective
  • 16 Understanding human resource management in the context of organizations and their environments
  • 17 The cultural relativity of organizational practices and theories
  • 18 Introduction
  • 19 Developing a `European' model of human resource management
  • 20 Changes and continued stability in Japanese HRM systems: choice in the share economy
  • 21 Human resource management `with Chinese characteristics
  • 22 Linkages between industrialization strategies and industrial relations/human resource policies: Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, and India
  • 23 Toward a model of HRM in Africa
  • 24 Toward a theory of comparative management research: an idiographic case study of the best international human resources management project
  • 25 Comparative international industrial relations
  • 26 Comparative research in human resource management: a review and an example
  • Part 2 Strategic human resource management, strategy and competitiveness
  • 27 Studying human resource strategy: an approach and an agenda
  • 28 Strategic human resources management: a review of the literature and a proposed typology
  • 29 The impact of corporate strategy on human resource management
  • 30 Human resource strategy: a process for managing the contribution of HRM to organizational performance
  • 31 Establishing a framework for research in strategic human resource management: merging resource theory and organizational learning
  • 32 Human resources as strategic assets: an evolutionary resource-based theory
  • 33 Human resource management and performance: a review and research agenda
  • 34 Convergence or divergence: human resource practices and policies for competitive advantage worldwide
  • 35 Improving labor productivity: human

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