By looking over the shoulders of fourteen forward-thinking, proactive HR professionals, you will gain a lifetime's worth of experience. These experts reveal how you can demonstrate your value to your organization by offering human resource solutions to organizational problems.
Find out how these practicing human resource professionals went beyond their traditional HR roles and actually helped shape the futures of companies such as:
- Thermo King
- Swiss Bank Corporation-Warburg
- Den Danske Bank
- Berlex Laboratories
'HR to the rescue' tells you in complete detail exactly how the fourteen practitioners helped their companies achieve their strategic business objectives. You will see how they diagnosed the situations, determined what HR could contribute, designed new programs and processes to drive and sustain behavior change, and worked with organization leaders to ensure the success of their change management efforts.
These insightful cases provide you with a true-to-life perspective. They illustrate what really happens in this imperfect world of organizations, where things rarely go as planned.
Learn the lessons these practitioners have to share - and then step in, both affirmed and refreshed, to rescue your business with effective, integrated HR solutions.
HR professionals/managers Managers at strategic level.
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- © Gulf Professional Publishing 1998
- 29th September 1998
- Gulf Professional Publishing
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Edward M. Mone has 20 years of experience in career, leadership, and organization development. Currently director of people processes and systems at Booz•Allen & Hamilton, he has held a variety of human resource and organization development positions at AT&T. He holds an M.A. in counseling psychology and is a doctorate-of-education candidate at Teachers College, Columbia University. He also maintains a consulting practice.
Manuel London, Ph.D., is professor and director of the Center for Human Resource Management in the Harriman School for Management and Policy, State University of New York at Stony Brook. After teaching, he then held a variety of research and human resource management positions at AT&T.