Human Resources

Human Resources

 
The Advantage Lencioni, Patrick Jossey-Bass , 2012 Business Strategy, Human Resources

Organizational health represents a company’s greatest source of advantage. It forms the context for every important function, ranging from strategy to finance, marketing, technology, and more. Cultivating...

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The Google Resume Laakmann McDowell, Gayle John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2011 Human Resources, Personal Growth

Many recent college graduates dream of the opportunity to work at a top tech company. But relatively few make the cut and get hired by firms like Apple, Microsoft, or Google. In The Google Resume,...

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Who Says It’s a Man’s World Bennington, Emily AMACOM , 2013 Human Resources, Leadership Development, Personal Growth

There are more women than ever entering the top echelons of management, but that does not mean it has become easier to advance. In fact, career-transition consultant Emily Bennington has found that ambitious women...

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The Learning Layer Flinn, Steven D. Palgrave Macmillan , 2010 Human Resources

In The Learning Layer, Steven D. Flinn introduces the concept of a learning layer that rests atop all other systems within an organization and, like the human mind, can evolve and adapt to the...

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Winning with Transglobal Leadership Sharkey, Linda D. | Razi, Nazneen | Cooke, Robert A. | Barge, Peter The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. , 2012 Global Business, Human Resources

In the early days of overseas expansion, companies could afford to overlook poor leadership abroad. International competition was in its infancy, performance metrics were unsophisticated, and communication was...

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Hiring for Attitude Murphy, Mark The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. , 2012 Human Resources, Leadership Development

In Hiring for Attitude, Mark Murphy contends that whether a company is hiring its next hourly employee, its next CEO, or someone for a position in between, attitude will likely be the issue that...

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The Cultural Intelligence Difference Livermore, David A. AMACOM , 2011 Diversity, Human Resources

In today’s hypercompetitive economy, success depends on the ability to function effectively in culturally diverse situations. Traditionally a person’s IQ, or cognitive intelligence, was considered a critical predictor...

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Contented Cows Still Give Better Milk, Revised and Expanded Catlette, Bill | Hadden, Richard John Wiley & Sons, Inc. , 2012 Human Resources, Leadership

Research has shown that when employees are focused and fully engaged, they are more productive at work. In Contented Cows Still Give Better Milk, Bill Catlette and Richard Hadden suggest that employees...

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Next-Generation Wellness at Work Overman, Stephenie Praeger , 2009 Business Strategy, Human Resources

In Next-Generation Wellness at Work, Stephenie Overman introduces the concept of Wellness programs in the workplace, and outlines the ways they can benefit an organization. A properly implemented wellness program can...

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Million-Dollar Hire Jones, David P. Jossey-Bass , 2011 Human Resources, Leadership Development

In any business, hiring and retaining the best employees is the key to long-term success. Often, hiring the wrong people can waste money, hurt morale, and undermine competitiveness. Taking into account recruiting costs...

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