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Six SIGMA in HR Transformation: Achieving Excellence in Service Delivery

by Mircea Albeanu, Ian Hunter & Jo Radford

Mircea Albeanu and Ian Hunter explain some of the basic concepts to show how applying Six Sigma tools and methodologies can be used to manage the practical challenges of improving HR operations to meet your...


Leading Complex Projects

by Kaye Remington

Kaye Remington's Leading Complex Projects draws on original, empirical research into leadership of complex projects across a broad range of industries. The book explains and applies emerging best-practice in...


Leading Successful PMOs: How to Build the Best Project Management Office for Your Business

by Peter Taylor

Leading Successful PMOs is a guide to maximising project success through a Project Management Office (PMO). Building and leading an effective PMO is a complex process. Peter Taylor outlines the basics of setting...


New Directions in Organizational Psychology and Behavioral Medicine

by Cary Cooper & Alexander-Stamatios Antoniou

In New Directions in Organizational Psychology and Behavioural Medicine, 40 world experts discuss issues relevant to human resource and talent management. The editors present recent research into occupational...


Misleadership: Prevalence, Causes and Consequences

by John Rayment & Jonathan Smith

From Rayment and Smith's passionately argued but well reasoned perspective, leaders, the led, and those responsible for leadership development, will gain an insight into the prevalence and causes of misleadership...


Value Management: Translating Aspirations Into Performance

by Roger H. Davies & Adam J. Davies

Failing to understand the causal links between the intended stakeholder outcomes and the actual programme outputs can be fatal to any project. Value Management explains how direction and delivery can be clarified...


Personal Knowledge Management: Individual, Organizational and Social Perspectives

by David J. Pauleen & G.E. Gorman

This is the first book devoted specifically to Personal Knowledge Management (PKM), here defined broadly as an evolving set of understandings, skills and abilities that allows an individual to survive and prosper...


Measuring Performance: A Toolkit of Traditional and Alternative Methods

by David Jenkins

David Jenkins' book examines many of the more traditional measures of performance and highlights their shortcomings as well as assessing the merits of the alternative approaches that are currently available....


Global HR: Challenges Facing the Function

by Peter Reilly & Tony Williams

Global HR explores the key issues in delivering a fair, consistent and effective service across the organizational, cultural and economic boundaries that exist in modern global organizations. In doing so, it...


Advising Upwards: A Framework for Understanding and Engaging Senior Management Stakeholders

by Lynda Bourne

Building, and managing, relationships with senior (upwards) stakeholders is essential for success. Advising Upwards makes a detailed examination of stakeholder relationship management, starting with a discussion...


Senior Executive Reward: Key Models and Practices

by Sandy Pepper

Executive pay remains a contentious topic for many organizations. Unfortunately for company executives, much of the writing about it is either sensationalist or highly academic; none of it much help to the reader...


Human Resources or Human Capital?: Managing People as Assets

by Andrew Mayo

Are people really an organisation's most important asset? Not necessarily. Some are liabilities - but some undoubtedly are the most important drivers of value that an organisation has. The question is - who...


Change Leadership: Developing a Change-Adept Organization

by Martin Orridge

This concise guide explores the human aspects of change and explains how we, as leaders, can help everyone cope with change and in turn ensure our organization's long-term survival. Whether organizational change...


Bullying in the Arts: Vocation, Exploitation and Abuse of Power

by Anne-Marie Quigg

Workplace bullying has long been identified in a range of disciplines and fields, but Anne-Marie Quigg's research suggests that the arts, despite subscribing to ideas like governance by consensus, respect for...


Age Discrimination: Ageism in Employment and Service Provision

by Malcolm Sargeant

Age Discrimination looks at how both young and old can be penalised by prejudice against their age group. This comprehensive new book is essential to practitioners responsible for HR issues, finance, operations,...


Alcohol at Work: Managing Alcohol Problems and Issues in the Workplace

by Clive Tobutt

In this definitive guide to the problem of alcohol at work, the author explores the nature and scale of the problem and the impact of national policy. He provides a complete range of ideas and techniques to...


Vulnerable Workers: Health, Safety and Well-Being

by Malcolm Sargeant & Maria Giovannone

Vulnerable Workers considers the growth of job insecurity, the prevalence of flexible or temporary work, and the emergence of precarious forms of self-employment. It looks at new market economies, where economic...


Project Politics: A Systematic Approach to Managing Complex Relationships

by Nita A. Martin

The ability of individuals to work together to facilitate the delivery of a project can be a major factor in determining its success. Project Politics provides a framework for solving political concerns through...


Human Dignity and Managerial Responsibility: Diversity, Rights, and Sustainability

by Ana Maria Davila Gomez & David Crowther

The treatment of employees is increasingly becoming recognised as an important ingredient of sustainable enterprise. As sustainability, and all that it implies, becomes ever more critical, this book, with its...


Managing the Multi-Generational Workforce: From the GI Generation to the Millennials

by Robert G. DelCampo, Lauren A. Haggerty & Meredith Jane Haney

Based on rigorous academic research, Managing the Multi-Generational Workforce identifies the characteristics of the different generations, considers their expectations and values, and how these influence the...