Clearly written and providing actionable strategies, this book explores new paradigms for workforce management to enable human resource managers and the organizations where they work to thrive in today’s turbulent business environment.
Robert Greene goes beyond the many human resource management books currently available, to deal head-on with the new realities of talent management, including such factors as the "gig economy" and globalization. The book focuses on attracting, developing, and effectively utilizing human capital. It begins with human capital planning, and then explores strategies and programs that can attract and retain the workforce an organization needs. A range of sizes and types of organizations and different working relationships are considered, as Greene demonstrates how to evaluate the effectiveness of strategies that fit specific contexts and will sustain the viability of an organization’s workforce into the future.
Postgraduate students of human resource management, as well as current HR professionals and managers, will find this practical book an indispensable resource.
PowerPoint slides and test banks are available to support instructors.
Table of Contents
Chapter One Human Capital Planning
Chapter Two Determining Talent Requirements
Chapter Three Sourcing Talent
Chapter Four Selecting Talent
Chapter Five Utilizing the Talent of Employees
Chapter Six Utilizing Talent from Outside Sources
Chapter Seven Developing Talent
Chapter Eight Talent Management in The Public Sector
Chapter Nine Talent Management for Occupational Groups
Chapter Ten Talent Management in The Future
Robert J. Greene, PhD, SPHR, GPHR, SHRM-SCP, CCP, CBP, GRP is the CEO of the consultancy Reward Systems, Inc. and a faculty member for DePaul University in their MSHR and MBA programs. He has over 40 years in the human resources field and is the author of three other books and over 100 articles. He was a principal designer of the SPHR/PHR, CCP and GRP certifications and has developed and taught professional development programs for several professional associations. He was the first recipient of the Keystone Award, bestowed by the American Compensation Association (now World at Work) for attaining the highest level of excellence in the field.