Strategic Human Resource Management

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Randall S. Schuler, Susan E. Jackson
Wiley, Jan 5, 2007 - Business & Economics - 498 pages
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The second edition of this popular volume provides management students and senior practitioners with a completely new and updated guide to the latest work in the field. This selection of important and highly readable articles from authors around the world charts key developments that have changed the theory and practice of SHRM over the last six years.
  • Covers issues of globalization and knowledge management, and their effect on the field of HRM and SHRM.
  • Includes more articles that discuss international aspects of HRM and SHRM and that demonstrate the use of HRM and SHRM for global competitive advantage.
  • Explores and highlights the new reality of knowledge management and its implications for HRM and SHRM.
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    Thanks, Great chapter on explaining the inter-relationship of HRM form the external and internal aspects.
    However,i wished there was more on the multi-disciplinary aspects of HRM.
    this would
    help many students and scholars and practitioners to understand that HRM does not a act in isolation from other disciplines.

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    About the author (2007)

    Randall S. Schuler is Professor of Human Resource Strategy at GSBA-Zurich and the School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University. He publishes widely in the area of strategic and global HRM, and has authored several books on these topics.

    Susan E. Jackson is Professor of Human Resource Strategy at GSBA-Zurich and the School of Management and Labor Relations at Rutgers. Her published works address a variety of issues in strategic human resource management, including managing knowledge-based organizations.

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