Handbook of Research on E-Transformation and Human Resources Management Technologies: Organizational Outcomes and Challenges: Organizational Outcomes and Challenges

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Bondarouk, Tanya
IGI Global, Apr 30, 2009 - Computers - 520 pages

Digital advancements and discoveries are now challenging traditional human resource management services within businesses.

The Handbook of Research on E-Transformation and Human Resources Management Technologies: Organizational Outcomes and Challenges provides practical, situated, and unique knowledge on innovative e-HRM technologies that add competitive advantage to organizations. This Handbook of Research expands on theoretical conceptualizations of e-HRM useful to researchers, academicians, and human resource managers.


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A Tool for Contingent andIndividualized HRM
EWork and Labor ProcessesTransformation
Theory and Evidence fromFour Dutch Governmental Cases
Does User Centered DesignCoherent with GlobalCorporate Strategy EncourageDevelopment of HumanResource Intranet Use?
InHouse vs OfftheShelfeHRM Applications
Adaptive MunicipalElectronic Forms
A Human Capital Analysis
A MicroPolitical Perspective
What Makes the Difference?Introducing an Integrated InformationSystem Architecture for EmployerBranding and Recruiting
The Enrichment of the HRIntranet Linked to theRegulations ProcessesBetween HR Actors
Exploring Perceptions about theuse of eHRM Tools inMedium Sized Organizations
Perceived Performance of theHuman Resources InformationSystems HRIS and PerceivedPerformance of the Managementof Human Resources HRM
Employee LifeCycle ProcessManagement Improvement withWebEnabled Workflow Systems
The Case of a Community of Practice
What are the Main Impacts ofInternet and Information andCommunication Technology onUnions and Trade Unionism?An Exploratory Research in ...
From Trust to Control

The Case of an HRIS Implementation atDow Chemical Company
The Role of National Culture
What is the Potential ofERecruitment to Transform theRecruitment Process and theRole of the Resourcing Team?
The Role of National Cultureon ERecruitment in India andMexico
Modeling Human Resources inthe Emergent Organization
Utilizing the Lead User Methodfor Promoting Innovationin ERecruiting
Qualitative Study into the Reasonsand Countermeasures
From Brand Management Towards Success
Compilation of References
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Tanya Bondarouk is an Assistant Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of Twente, the Netherlands. She holds two PhDs: in Didactics (1997) and Business Administration/HRM (2004). Since 2002 she has been busy with the emerging research area of Electronic HRM. Her main publications concern an integration of human resource management and social aspects of information technology implementations. Her research covers both private and public sectors and deals with a variety of areas such as the implementation of e-HRM, management of HR-IT change, HRM contribution to IT projects, roles of line managers in e-HRM, implementation of HR Shared Service Centers. She has conducted research projects with the Dutch Ministry of Interior and Kingdom Relations, Dow Chemical, Ford, IBM, ABN AMRO bank, Shell, Unit4Agresso. Among her current research projects are Implementation of HR Shared Service Centers at the Dutch Ministry of Defense, Essent (Dutch Energy Supplier), Large Non-academic Hospital, and the Belgian Federal Public Health Service. Since 2006 she is involved in organizing European Academic Workshops on e-HRM, and international workshops on HRIS.

Huub Ruël works as an assistant professor of HRM and international management at the University of Twente, before that – at the Kuwait-Maastricht Business School (Kuwait), and the University of Utrecht (The Netherlands). He holds a PhD in Business Administration/Human Resource Management. His thesis focused on implementation of IT’s in office-environments. After that his main research focus became e-HRM, combining his IT and HRM knowledge. In 2004 he published a book E-HRM: Innovation or Irration, together with Dr. Tanya Bondarouk, in which the results of e-HRM implementation in five large international companies were described. Articles derived from this e-HRM study have been published in academic and professional journals.

Karine Guiderdoni-Jourdain is in a Phd position, in management scienceat the Institute of Labour Economics and Industrial Sociology (LEST – Unité mixte de recherche CNRS 6123), under the direction of Ariel Mendez, professor of management science in the University of Mediterranean (Aix-Marseille 2). (LEST – Unité mixte de recherche CNRS 6123). Her doctoral research is focused on the appropriation of a specific ICT, an HR Intranet by the middle management. She is the author of several communications in scientific conferences and chapters in books on the topics of e-HRM. She is also member organizing Committee of the first and secondEuropean Academic Workshop on e-HRM.

Ewan Oiry is assistant professor in human resources management at University of Mediterranée and at Institute of Labour Economics and Industrial Sociology (LEST – UMR CNRS 6123). He is actually responsible of an MBA and a national thematic think tank on the subject of competencies management. He published several books and articles on HRM and appraisal systems. He works on the theme of construction and uses of management tools (especially electronic management tools). He is also member of the Organizing Committee of the first and second European Academic Workshop on e-HRM. [Editor]

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