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This text is aimed primarily at MBA students, but is also ideal as a text for undergraduate and diploma courses in Human Resource Management taken as part of a business studies degree. Concise in nature, this book is particularly suitable for modular courses. It also meets the needs of those seeking to qualify as members of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).Based on the successful Essence of Human Resource Management by the same authors, this concise text provides a rigorous, well-informed but highly accessible introduction to the theory and practice of HRM. Careful attention has been paid to integrating both the strategic and international aspects of this subject throughout the text (as opposed to treating these topics in isolation). Through the use of various mini-cases, and other learning features, the authors facilitate the application of theory to practice, leaving the reader with a solid understanding of both the theoretical and applied nature of the HRM.
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Human Resource Management: A Concise Analysis is a replacement for the Essence of Human Resource Management by the same authors, published by Prentice-Hall in 1995 and translated into Cinese, Hungarian, Japanese, and Polish. It presents an accessible yet rigorous introduction to HRM. The language used and the integration of theoretical and empirical material makes this an ideal text for undergraduate and postgraduate students in business and management to gain a quick but comprehensive view of the subject. The text avoids over-simplification and leaves the reader with a clear grasp of the theoretical and applied aspects of the subject and an ability to engage in constructive critical analysis. Key Features:Introduces the key contemporary issues in HRM including: strategic HRM; organizational performance and HRM; emerging organizational systems; internationalism and multi-culturalism; use of IT in HRM. Provides coverage of critical thinking and new research areas; Deals with strategic and international aspects throughout; Numerous mini-cases facilitate the application of theory to practice; Human Resource Management: A Concise Analysis provides a valuable guide for undergraduate Business & Management and MBA students seeking an introduction to contemporary HRM. The book will be particularly helpful to those students for whom lecturer contact time is limited. Dr Eugene McKenna is Professor Emeritus at the University of East London. He is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society and a practising Chartered Psychologist. His academic and consultancy interests span the broad area of organizational psychology and human resource management, with a particular interest in management development. He is the author of Business Psychology and Organizational Behaviour, published by Psychology Press. Dr Nic Beech is a Senior Lecturer in Organizational Behaviour/Human Resource Management, and Director of Academic Matters at the Graduate Business School, University of Strathclyde. He has an academic background in philosophy, sociology and HRM, and before entering the academic world he operated as a human resource manager. He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. His research and publishing interests are in the social construction of identity and management learning and practice.About the Author:
Dr Eugene McKenna is Emeritus Professor at the University of East London.
Dr Nic Beech is Professor of Management at the University of St Andrews.
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