Managing People in the New Economy: Targeted HR Practices That Persuade People to Unlock Their Knowledge Power
Managing in the New Economy is a comprehensive book which minutely examines the need for the application of Human Resource Management (HRM) principles and practices to the emerging knowledge economy in India.
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