"Strategy and Human Resource Management, 2nd Edition", provides a critical yet accessible account of the strategic role of human resource management within organizations. Updated to include the latest research and developments, this new edition contains new material on culture and values in HRM.
Table of Contents
Introduction - Acknowledgements - The goals of human resource management - PART I: CONNECTING STRATEGY AND HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT - Strategy and the process of strategic management - Strategic HRM: 'best fit' or 'best practice'? - Strategic HRM and the resource-based view of the firm - PART II: MANAGING WORK AND PEOPLE: SEARCHING FOR GENERAL PRINCIPLES - Work systems and the changing economics of production - Managing employee voice - Managing individual performance and commitment - Linking HR systems to organisational performance - PART III: MANAGING PEOPLE IN DYNAMIC AND COMPLEX BUSINESS CONTEXTS - Human resource strategy and the dynamics of industry-based competition - Corporate human resource strategy in the global economy - Conclusions and implications - References - Author index - Subject index
PETER BOXALL is Professor of Human Resource Management and Head of the Department of Management and Employment Relations at the University of Auckland, New Zealand. JOHN PURCELL is Strategic Academic Adviser, ACAS, and Research Professor at Warwick University, UK.