Apple Academic Press
450 pages | 3 Color Illus. | 16 B/W Illus.
This book, Managing Human Capital in Today’s Globalization: A Management Information System Perspective, explores important issues in human capital in human resource management as it relates to management information systems (MIS). It highlights when management information systems are implemented or changed and how the responsibilities of organizational members can be drastically altered. It discusses employee resistance as one of the main outcomes of this process and offers several behavioral strategies that can be implemented to involve employees in adopting effective MIS and in overcoming the resistance during change.
The authors look at the available research and focus on the changing skills requirements of employees in the context of both MIS perspectives and HRM perspectives. They address how current trends have evolved into a hyper-emerging market of competitive advantage and fast-changing environments toward globalization.
The volume begins with an introduction to and definition of HRM and MIS, the linkage between the two, and goes on to look at changing skills requirements from an MIS perspective.
Several case studies are included to strengthen the authors’ findings.
1. Workforce Planning and Management Systems: The HRIS Approach
2. Strategic Human Resource Management: An ICT Possibility Shifting Paradigm of HRM
3. Managing Information Systems for Human Resource Management: A Technological Evolution
4. Changing Skill Requirements: Improving Market Expectations of Human Resource Management
5. Human Resource Management Information Systems (HRMIS): The Challenges
6. The Shifting Paradigm of Human Resource Management through a Human Resource Management Information System
7. Re-Engineering Work Processes for Improved Productivity: An MIS Perspective
8. Work-Force Diversity: ICT Innovation and Creativity
9. A Management Information System for Human Resource Management Work-Force Diversity
10. The Integration of MIS-HRIS and Employee Involvement
11. Human Resource Globalization and MIS Implications
12. Digital Technology Impact on Decentralized Work Sites
13. Organization Continuous Improvement Programs: MIS Technological Advancement
14. Continuous Improvement Programs: The Digital Technology Era of Human Resource Management