Strategic Human Resource Management: Building Research-Based Practice is a challenging and engaging student-focussed text written by a team of world-class researchers and experienced HRM tutors at Aston University. It is ideal for students taking a HRM or Strategic HRM module at postgraduate and upper-undergraduate level.
Structured around contemporary and emerging issues this critical text is designed to encourage students to think analytically about Strategic HRM and builds real-world practice on the basis of solid research evidence.
With a unique and thought-provoking range of contents that explores the links between Strategic HRM, Strategic Management and Organisational Behaviour, this text connects theory, research evidence and real-world practice. It also provides examples and case studies covering a variety of organisations, cultures and contexts, with access to the latest in leading-edge thinking. The text also includes integrated consideration of Strategic HRM in an international context, including coverage of emerging markets such as China and India.
|Place of Publication||London (UK)|
|Number of pages||432|
|Publication status||Published - 10 Mar 2008|
- strategic human resource management
- human resource management
- strategic management
- organisational behaviour
- international context
- emerging markets