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Armstrong's Handbook of Strategic Human Resource Management, 6th Edition

Book Description

Armstrong's Handbook of Strategic Human Resource Management provides unique practical guidance on implementing the complex HR business strategies that have been formulated by practitioners, academics and consultants.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title Page
  3. Contents
      1. Introduction
      2. The concept of HRM
      3. The HR architecture
      4. The context of HRM
      5. The impact of HRM on organizational performance
      6. The ethical dimension
      7. HRM in SMEs
      8. References
      1. Introduction
      2. Strategic management
      3. The meaning of strategy
      4. Characteristics of strategy
      5. The content of strategy
      6. Business model innovation
      7. Developing strategy
      8. Implementations of strategy
      9. References
      1. Introduction
      2. SHRM defined
      3. The nature of SHRM
      4. Aims of SHRM
      5. The conceptual framework of SHRM
      6. The problem with SHRM
      7. References
      1. Introduction
      2. The strategic nature of HR
      3. The strategic business partner model
      4. The strategic role of HR directors
      5. The strategic role of heads of HR functions
      6. The strategic role of HR business partners
      7. The strategic contribution of HR advisors or assistants
      8. References
      1. Introduction
      2. What is HR strategy?
      3. The features of HR strategy
      4. Evaluating HR strategy
      5. References
      1. Considerations affecting the development of HR strategy
      2. Approaches to the development of HR strategy
      3. Formulating HR strategy
      4. References
      1. Introduction
      2. The ‘say–do’ gap
      3. Ensuring the effective delivery of HR strategy
      4. The role of line managers in implementing HR strategy
      5. The partnership role of HR in implementing strategy
      6. References
      1. Introduction
      2. Organization development defined
      3. Organization development activities
      4. Organization development strategy defined
      5. Formulating and implementing organization development strategy
      6. Culture change
      7. References
      1. Introduction
      2. Aims of HCM
      3. The role of HCM strategy
      4. The link between HCM and business strategy
      5. Developing an HCM strategy
      6. References
      1. Introduction
      2. The process of knowledge management
      3. Sources and types of knowledge
      4. Approaches to the development of knowledge management strategies
      5. Strategic knowledge management issues
      6. Components of a knowledge management strategy
      7. References
      1. Introduction
      2. CSR defined
      3. The rationale for CSR
      4. Strategic CSR defined
      5. CSR activities
      6. Role of HR
      7. Developing a CSR strategy
      8. References
      1. Introduction
      2. The process of managing organizational performance
      3. The strategic approach to managing organizational performance
      4. Organizational capability
      5. Developing a high-performance culture
      6. How HR strategies enhance organizational performance
      7. References
      1. Introduction
      2. The nature of a performance management system
      3. Performance management activities
      4. Limitations of the model
      5. Implementation problems
      6. The nature of performance management strategy
      7. References
      1. Introduction
      2. What is engagement?
      3. Why is engagement important?
      4. What are the factors that influence employee engagement?
      5. The nature and content of employee engagement strategy
      6. References
      1. Introduction
      2. The rationale for strategic resourcing
      3. The strategic HRM approach to resourcing
      4. Integrating business and resourcing strategies
      5. Bundling resourcing strategies and activities
      6. The components of employee resourcing strategy
      7. Workforce planning
      8. Employee value proposition
      9. Resourcing plans
      10. Retention strategy
      11. Flexibility strategy
      12. Diversity and inclusion strategy
      13. References
      1. Talent management defined
      2. Strategic talent management
      3. What is talent?
      4. Talent management strategy
      5. References
      1. Introduction
      2. Strategic learning and development philosophy
      3. Elements of learning and development
      4. Strategy for creating a learning culture
      5. Organizational learning strategy
      6. Individual learning strategy
      7. References
      1. Introduction
      2. Reward strategy defined
      3. Why have a reward strategy?
      4. Characteristics of reward strategy
      5. The basis of reward strategy
      6. The content of reward strategy
      7. Guiding principles
      8. Developing reward strategy
      9. Effective reward strategies
      10. Reward strategy and line management capability
      11. The problem with the concept of reward strategy
      12. References
      1. Introduction
      2. The employment relationship
      3. The nature of employment relations strategy
      4. Partnership agreement strategy
      5. Employee voice strategy
      6. Trade union recognition strategy
      7. References
      1. Introduction
      2. Strategic international HRM (SIHRM)
      3. SIHRM issues
      4. Approaches to SIHRM
      5. References
      1. Introduction
      2. Resourcing strategy
      3. International talent management
      4. International performance management
      5. International reward management
      6. Managing expatriates
      7. References