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Bottom Line Results from Strategic Human Resource Planning - Richard J. Niehaus

Bottom Line Results from Strategic Human Resource Planning

By: Richard J. Niehaus (Editor), Karl F. Price (Editor)

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This volume is the proceedings of a symposium entitled "Bottom Line Results from Strategic Human Resource Planning" which was held at Salve Regina University, Newport, Rhode Island on June 11-14, 1991. The meeting was sponsored by the Research Committee of the Human Resource Planning Society (HRPS). In developing the agenda, the Research Committee continued the approach used in previous HRPS research symposia. The focus of these meetings is on the linkage ofthe state-of-practice with the state-of-the-art. Particular attention was placed on research studies which were application oriented so that member organizations can see examples of ways to extend current practices with the knowledge presented by the applications. The meeting had sessions on: (1) The Strategic Role of Human Resources, (2) Globalization, (3) Downsizing, (4) Quality as a Strategic Human Resource Issue, (5) Forecasting Human Resource Needs, and (6) Managing People to Build Competitive Advantage. Twenty six papers were presented with discussion periods at appropriate points in the meeting. This volume contains twenty two ofthese papers along with an introductory paper. A short summary is also provided at the beginning of each major subdivision into which the papers are arranged. Thanks are in order for all who contributed to the success of the meeting.

Introductionp. 1
Strategic Human Resource Issues
Strategic Human Resource Issues: Perceptions of the Human Resource Planning Society Corporate Sponsorsp. 11
Building Local Labor Market Dynamics into Workforce 2000p. 23
Developing the Human Resource Executive as a Strategic Partner: Turning Concept into Realityp. 41
Powerful Partnerships: Linkages between HR and Strategic Business Activities in the Delaware Valleyp. 55
Empowering People at the Workforce Level
Focusing Bordon Employees on Continuous Improvementp. 69
The Bottom Line of Empowermentp. 79
Management Practices Leading to High Work Unit Performancep. 93
Restructuring/Right-sizing
Management of a Major Downsizing at a Naval Shipyardp. 109
Voluntary Excessing Employees: The Right Way to Downsize an Organizationp. 123
Implementing Organizational Change: An Ordinary Effort for an Extra-ordinary Situationp. 133
Staff Reduction and the Bottom Line: Less Is Not Always Morep. 149
Managing People
A Cross Cultural Study of Managerial Attitudes toward Executive Development: Implications for Transnational Organizationsp. 163
Hourly Training Needs: The Bottom Line Reaches the Leading Edgep. 181
The Industrial Adjustment Service: A Canadian Model for Change Managementp. 193
Employee Pay Plan Preferences in a Bankp. 205
Employee Commitment: The Elusive Edgep. 219
Measuring the Impact on the Bottom Line
Defining Effectiveness and Efficiency Measures in the Context of Human Resource Strategyp. 235
Why Measure the CEO's Performancep. 247
Company Values: A Key to Managing in Turbulent Timesp. 261
Quality of Output Programs for Manufacturing and Service Industriesp. 275
Workforce Analysis and Turnover Forecasting: Building Capacity in New York State Governmentp. 287
Survey Data as a Catalyst for Employee Empowerment and Organizational Effectivenessp. 301
Contributorsp. 309
Indexp. 313
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ISBN: 9780306441875
ISBN-10: 030644187X
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 318
Published: 29th February 1992
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.8  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 1.87