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HRM Strategic Integration and Organizational Performance
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HRM Strategic Integration and Organizational Performance



© 2009 | 412 pages | SAGE Response
Human Resources Management (HRM) has a very important facilitative and strategic role in organisational success. Several financial and non-financial performance measures of an organisation are positively related to its levels of HRM Strategic Integration (HRMSI). This book develops a better understanding of strategic HRM and its impact on organisational performance.

HRM Strategic Integration and Organizational Performance proposes a framework for HRMSI that helps formulate and implement the integration of strategic HRM in organisations for enhanced organisational performance.

The key features of the book are:

" A detailed analysis of strategic integration practices like recruitment and selection, performance management, training and development, rewards and recognitions and employees relations.

" A thorough literature review on the relationship between HRM, strategic HRM and performance.

" New research data from a huge cross section of the industry and high-end statistical research analysis using structural equation modelling.

" A template of step-by-step HRMSI methodology to help future academics and professionals.

The book will serve as an ideal reference material for scholars of human resources and business strategy. It will also be an invaluable guide for implementers of strategic HRM and students of management and business.

Foreword Professor Brian D'netto
Preface  
 
I: HRM STRATEGIC INTEGRATION AND ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE: A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
Introduction  
Strategic HRM and HRM Strategic Integration  
HRM Strategic Integration and Organizational Performance  
Research Issues  
Methodology  
 
II: INDIVIDUAL HR PRACTICES AND THEIR IMPACT ON ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE: EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE
Recruitment and Selection  
Performance Management  
Training and Development  
Reward and Compensation  
Employee Relations  
 
III: LINKING HRM STRATEGIC INTEGRATION AND PERFORMANCE
Measuring Performance through HRM Strategic Integration  
HRM Strategic Integration And Performance-Mediating Relationships  
Conclusions and Implications  
Appendices  
References  
Index  

This book is a masterpiece of scholarly work and good for researchers and senior corporate HR managers. It may also serve as a textbook for MBA students pursuing HR career.

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Ashok Chanda

Ashok Chanda is doctoral fellow at the School of Management, University of South Australia. He has nearly two decades of corporate experience as an HR professional. His last position was Vice President—HR with Reliance Energy, Mumbai. Earlier, he has worked with Gati Ltd., and Gujarat Gas Ltd., a subsidiary of British Gas. He is also a member of the Australian Human Resource Institute. His publications include articles published in various journals and a co-authored volume, Human Resource Strategy: Architecture for Change (2000). More About Author

Jie Shen

Jie Shen is an Associate Professor of international human resource management at University of South Australia, Adelaide, Australia. He is Adjunct Associate Professor at University of South Australia, and Guest Professor at Southwest Jiao Tong University, China, Shanghai University, China and Fujian Normal University, China. His main research interests are international human resource management and HRM and industrial relations.He has published over 40 books and book chapters and refereed journal articles in the fields of IHRM, HRM and IR. He received the best paper reward at the Academy of Management Meeting in 2007. More About Author

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