International Human Resource Management

International Human Resource Management

Global cultural interaction brings these two loci of human value into conflict or contradiction . Through the process of ' crossvergence ' , management systems from each country are borrowed and adapted .

Author: Hilary Harris

Publisher: CIPD Publishing

ISBN: 0852929838

Category: International business enterprises

Page: 218

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Offers a thematic approach to International Human Resource Management with comprehensive coverage of the subject. This text is intended for various undergraduates or postgraduates module in this area, or for the CIPD module in International Personnel and Development.
Categories: International business enterprises

Value Management In Professions Present Scenario Future Strategies

Value Management In Professions  Present Scenario  Future Strategies

The Relevance of the Guna Theory in the Congruence of Eastern Values and Western Management Practice , Journal of Human Values , 5 ; pp . 93-102 . Capra , F. , ( 1983 ) . The Turning Point : Science , Society and the Rising Culture ...

Author: Nalin K. Shastree

Publisher: Concept Publishing Company

ISBN: 8180693414

Category: Business ethics

Page: 428

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In Indian context.
Categories: Business ethics

Value Management of Construction Projects

Value Management of Construction Projects

Rokeach, M. (1973) The Nature of Human Values. New York: Free Press. Saaty, T.L. (1980) The Analytic Hierarchy Process. New York: McGraw Hill. Shillito, M.L. and De Marle, D.J. (1992) Value: Its Measurement, Design and Management.

Author: John Kelly

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118351239

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 568

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Value Management is a philosophy, set of principles and a structured management methodology for improving organisational decision-making and value-for-money. The second edition builds on the success of the first edition by extending the integrated value philosophy, methodology and tool kit to describe the application of Value Management to the areas of service delivery, asset management, and, Programmes, in addition to Projects, products and processes. Value Management is a well-established methodology in the international construction industry, and in the UK has been endorsed as good practice in a range of government sponsored reports. In this book the authors have addressed the practical opportunities and difficulties of Value Management by synthesising the background, international developments, benchmarking and their own extensive consultancy and action research experience in Value Management to provide a comprehensive package of theory and practice. The second edition retains the structure of the first edition, covering methods and practices, frameworks of value and the future of value management. It has been thoroughly updated, and a number of new chapters added to encapsulate further extensions to current theory and practice. In particular, the new edition responds to: A range of recent UK industry and government publications; and most notably BS EN 16271:2012 - Value management: Functional expression of the need and functional performance specification; the imminent update of BS EN 12973:2000 Value Management; BS EN 1325 Value Management – Vocabulary, Terms and definitions; the changes to "Value for Europe" governing the training and certification of Value Management in European Union countries; the UK Government’s Management of Value (MoV) initiative, together with other leading reports, international guidance and standards on Value Management. Research in Value Management undertaken since publication of the first edition. Changes in Value Management practice particularly in Programmes and Projects. Developments in the theory of value, principally value for money measures, whole life value option appraisal, and benefits realisation. Initiatives in asset management initiatives covering the management of physical infrastructure, for example the recent launch of a suite of three standards under the generic title of BS ISO 55000: 2014 Asset Management, and its predecessor BSI PAS55 2008 “Asset Management: Specification For The Optimized Management Of Physical Assets” The second edition contains a dedicated chapter of exemplar case studies drawn from the authors’ experience, selected to demonstrate the new areas of theory and practice. An Appendix includes an extensive set of tools and techniques of use in Value Management practice. Construction clients, including those in both the public and private sectors, and professionals such as construction cost consultants, quantity surveyors, architects, asset managers, construction engineers, and construction managers will all find Value Management of Construction Projects to be essential reading. It will also be of interest to researchers and students on construction related courses in Higher Education – particularly those at final year undergraduate and at Masters level.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

Behaviour Orientation and Human Value Perception of College Students

Behaviour Orientation and Human Value Perception of College Students

From the above table the null hypothesis is rejected for management of college students with respect to i) Behaviour orientation ii) Human Value perception. ♤ From the above table the null hypothesis is accepted for locality of college ...

Author: S. Agilandeswari

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781387731756

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Introduction to Human Resource Management

Introduction to Human Resource Management

Evans-Pritchard, A (2005) 'Nestlé forced to reopen loss-making coffee factory', Daily Telegraph, 27 August, available online at www.telegraph.co.uk. Fitz-Enz, J (1990) Human Value Management: The Value-Adding Human Resource ...

Author: Paul Banfield

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: 0199291527

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 388

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Co-written by an HR lecturer and an HR practitioner, this introductory textbook provides academic and practical insights which convey the reality of human resource management. The range of real life cases and learning features enables students to quickly understand the issues in practice as well as theory, and brings the subject to life.
Categories: Business & Economics

The Human Values A Voyage from I to We

The Human Values  A Voyage from  I  to  We

VALUES IN EDUCATION Human Values in Education Ethics and Society An Essay in Applied Ethics N.L.GUPTA N.L. Gupta P.K. ... Political Ethics Prasenjit Maiti THE The Human HUMAN VALUES Values A Task Task for All for All VALUE MANAGEMENT IN ...

Author: Madan Lal Dewan

Publisher: Concept Publishing Company

ISBN: 8180695530

Category: Ethics

Page: 224

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Categories: Ethics

The Value Motive

The Value Motive

between those who do add value and those that do not. This is an emerging management discipline in its own right. Let us call it human value management, for want of a better title. So what will distinguish it from all others?

Author: Paul Kearns

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470319801

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 288

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Our market system has evolved in line with capitalist philosophy, and at its heart is profit. But while profit can be a powerful motive, it is not always used responsibly and, in the worst cases, this can have damaging effects at a wider level. The calls for a corporate conscience grow louder, but no one has yet suggested an alternative to profit that people find as compelling. Profit is here and now. In this climate, the solution is to refine the profit motive, not replace it. We all value things, and we’re all motivated by what we value. If value could replace the profit motive, it would reconcile the interests of CEOs, shareholders, citizens and government. Profits would still rise but at the same time society would gain value. This book is a call to manage for maximum value – to follow The Value Motive. Kearns Endorsements "In 'The Value Motive,' Paul Kearns clarifies the confusing concept of 'value' and shows how it can be used to transform thinking and action in organizations. Paul's books are always stimulating and controversial, and this one is no exception. If you are interested in creating more value in your organization and willing to have your existing mental models challenged, then you should read this book!" —Dean Spitzer, Performance Measurement Thought Leader, IBM Research, and author of "Transforming Performance Measurement" USA "I have worked with a host of HR professional over the years. To date I know of noone that compares to Paul when it comes to presenting the issues and challenges of managing human capital and providing practical approaches for doing so. Like his past books, The Value Motive, brings clarity to a world of HR, which often is filled with disarray and recommendations that tend to be driven by political correctness rather than by the intent to produce value. Paul's discussion of value as a driving force in organizations (in addition to profit) brings together the worlds of for and not for profit organizations. It also provides an overarching theme that includes the best interest of all stakeholders, customers, community and shareholders alike. This certainly represents a very much needed approach." —Finnur Oddsson, Ph.D., Director of MBA Programs & Executive Education, Reykjavík University, Iceland "This is a timely, forward-looking, and convincing exposition delving into why value is a better determination of sustained ROI than profit. Paul provides simple, yet valid methodology regarding how much value is added by any organizational activity. His writings are a must for anyone measuring the true effectiveness of people development, an organization’s primary value-added activity." —Tery Tennant, Attainment, Inc, USA
Categories: Business & Economics

Value Management Implementation in Construction

Value Management Implementation in Construction

Toward a psychological structure of human values. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 53(3), 550–562. Serra, C. E. M., & Kunc, M.(2015). Benefits realisation and its influence on project success and the execution of business ...

Author: Ayodeji E. Oke

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781802624090

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 272

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Value Management Implementation in Construction addresses various factors that can enhance the application of the discipline as well as its adoption among concerned stakeholders and discusses the practice of value management in various developed and developing countries.
Categories: Business & Economics

Disrupting Human Resources Talent Rules

Disrupting Human Resources Talent Rules

Jac Fitz-enz (1970) did some pioneering work through the Saratoga Institute, California, HRM measurement, Human Value Management and ROI of Human Capital. Price Waterhouse now and Arthur Andersen involvement at earlier stages meant ...

Author: Ganesh Shermon

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781365591433

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 542

View: 717

Human Resources Disrupted!. This book is a detailed analysis of what causes HR disruptions, in both positive and negative ways. It is about CEO and CHRO's role and their influence in building organizations or destroying value while struggling to understand digital business models, products, customers and high performing cultures. The book contains best practice examples of people disruptors, digital strategies for talent management, predictions, trends, HR functions going out of fashion, digital climate possibilities, Value based cultures, organizational design, HR tech elements, HR knowledge management, organization re roles and HR business model based structural options, detailed surveys, tests, methodologies on Talent Strategies etc. At the core Talent Rules!
Categories: Business & Economics

Human Resource Accounting

Human Resource Accounting

Fitz - enz , J. " Human Value Management : The Value - Adding Human Resource Strategy for the 1990s " . San Francisco : Jossey - Bass Publishers , 1990. This book begins with a discussion on the changing needs and perception of human ...

Author: Eric Flamholtz

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0792382676

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 426

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Updating the book since its last publication in 1985, this new edition of the landmark work on human resource accounting has been substantially revised to reflect the current state of the field through the late 1990s. The economies of many nations are increasingly dominated by knowledge- or information-based sectors driven by highly trained and specialized personnel. Whereas physical capital was of the utmost economic importance in the past, the distinctive feature of the emerging post-industrial economies is an increasing reliance on human and intellectual capital. The growing importance of human capital as a determinant of economic success at both the macroeconomic and microeconomic levels dictates that firms need to adjust to this new economic reality. Specifically, if human capital is a key determinant for organizational success, then investment in the training and development of employees to improve performance is a critical component of this success. This broad socioeconomic shift underscores a growing need for measuring and analyzing human capital when making managerial and financial decisions. Yet important human resource decisions involving hiring, training, compensation, productivity and other matters are often made in the absence of specific information about the different costs and benefits of these particular choices. Human resource accounting is a managerial tool that can be used to gain this valuable information by measuring the costs of recruiting, hiring, compensating and training employees. It can be used to evaluate employee training programs, increase productivity, and improve managerial decision-making regarding promotions, transfers, layoffs, replacement and turnover. Case studies illustrate, for example: How an insurance company evaluated a training program for claims adjusters and found that it would return two dollars for every one dollar spent. How a human resources accounting study revealed that an electronics firm's losses from employee turnover equalled one year's new income, and how the company initiated a program to reduce turnovers. The third edition presents the current state of the art of human resource accounting by (1) examining the concepts and methods of accounting for people as human resources; (2) explaining the present and potential uses of human resource accounting for human resource managers, line managers and investors; (3) describing the research, experiments and applications of human resource accounting in organizations; (4) considering the steps involved in developing a human resource accounting system; and (5) discussing some of the remaining aspects of human resource accounting that require further research.
Categories: Business & Economics