Financial Intelligence in Human Resources Management
New Directions and Applications for Industry 4.0
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This new volume familiarizes readers with the very relevant concepts of human resources and finance in Industry 4.0. The book looks at the adoption of current fast-moving computers and automation in the workplace and its impact on the financial aspects of human resources and how HR can be enhanced with smart and autonomous systems fueled by data and machine learning.
The chapters offer case studies that provide firsthand knowledge of real-life problems, solutions, and situations faced by the industry. The volume highlights the thought process in resolution of the complex problems. Topics include HR management approaches, global HR challenges, behavioral finance for financial acumen, corporate social responsibility, women empowerment in the HR industry, emotional intelligence in the era of Industry 4.0, and more.
Table of Contents
1. HR Acumen in Industry 4.0: Managing Talent and Achieving Balance in Life
Gurinder Singh et al.
2. HR Practices for Financial Acumen
3. Challenges to HR 4.0 in the Global Business Scenario
Richa Goel et al.
4. Global HR Challenges in Industry 4.0
Lalit Kumar Sharma
5. Management Approaches for Industry 4.0
6. Recent Reforms in HR 4.0 Industry
Guneet Kaur Mann
7. Behavioral Finance for Financial Acumen
Dinesh Kumar Sharma and Shiv Ranjan
8. Current Trends in Finance in the Context of Adoption of Principle-Based Accounting Standards in Accounting Education
Neha Puri and Harjit Singh
9. Effect of Corporate Social Responsibility on a Firm’s Financial Performance
Shalini Srivastav and Ahmed. A. Elngar
10. Utilizing Corporate Social Responsibility as a Financial Investment Opportunity in Conserving Local Environment: Toward Sustainable Business
Divya Agarwal and Anil K. Gupta
11. Crowdfunding in Financial Acumen
Shaliniaggarwal, Nitin Kulshrestha, and Saurabh Mittal
12. Linkage between Business Strategy of the Value Chain and Industry 4.0 in an Indian Context
13. Women Empowerment in the HR Industry
Vartika Chaturvedi and K. P. Kanchana
14. Emotional Intelligence in the Era of Industry 4.0
Stephen Mckenna and Anubhuti Gupta
15. Importance of Succession Planning in Empowering SMEs for Inclusive Growth
Anshika Sharma and Preeti Tewari
16. Recent Financial Reforms: A Case Study on Developing and Deploying an Income Prediction Model for a Personal Loan Portfolio
Gaurav Nagpal, Ankita Dhamija, and Divyansh Gupta
17. Effects of Career Planning and Development on Employee’s Performance: A Case Study of Equity Bank Rwanda Public Limited Company
Prof Singh Satyendra Narayan, Seth Shyirakera Munyanziza, and Sonam Rani
18. HR Analytics for Competetive Advantage
Gurinder Singh, PhD, is the Director of Executive Programs Management Domain at Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India. He was a Founder Pro Vice-Chancellor of Amity University, Founder Director General of the International Business School, and Founder CEO of the Association of International Business School, London, UK. A renowned scholar and academician in international business, he has conducted many international conferences, including the International Business Horizons Conference, a landmark conference. A prolific author, he is the recipient of many awards and has been invited on many TV talk shows.
Hardeep Singh Dhanny, PhD, is the Dean of Management and Allied Programs at Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India. As an active researcher and author, he has conducted many national and international conferences with internationally acclaimed academicians and thought leaders. As a part of the Board of Industry at the university, he has taken strong initiatives to bridge the gap between academia and industry, thus helping to shape the future of budding professionals.
Vikas Garg, PhD, is the Director of Executive Programs Management Domain at Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India. He is a lifetime member of the Indian Commerce Association, Indian Accounting Association, and Indian Management Association. He has published numerous research papers in various Scopus- and ABDC-indexed international and national journals. He holds many copyrights and patents and has organized many national and international conferences.
Ms. Silky Sharma is the Program Director at Amity Business School, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, India. She is UGC-NET qualified and is currently writing articles and research papers for books and journals in the area of finance, HR, and social sciences. She has organized national and international conferences and is a member of several professional bodies, including the All India Management Association. Ms. Sharma received a Young HR Manager Award by the Professional Network Group of India.