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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Strategic Learning and Leading Change, Volume 2: How Global Organizations are Reinventing HR

Stephen John, "Strategic Learning and Leading Change, Volume 2: How Global Organizations are Reinventing HR " .
Butterworth-Heinemann | 2008 | ISBN: 0750682884 | 224 pages | PDF | 1,1 MB

Structured in 3 parts, Part 1 discusses the globalization of businesses and its impact on their strategy, structure, operating processes, and culture. Part 2 take an in-depth look at 
APC, a European based Pharma company committed to building a global team based organization, and how they reinvented the Pharma business model. Part III shows how global companies are reinventing Human Resources and examines the role of the HR function in todays global organizations. Some business commentators and business leaders have expressed little confidence in HR living up to everyones expectations. The author presents several examples of companies that are earning the respect of the CEOs team and earning their seat as business partners at the strategy table.

Shows business leaders how to improve strategy execution by increasing capability & effectiveness in strategy formulation, communication, goal alignment and innovation
Examines the role of HR as a business partner and the interaction with the board
Practical case studies incorporating performance management, talent management and leadership development.


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