Human Resources

Human Resources

 
The Invisible Work Force Lozano, Beverly The Free Press , 1989 Entrepreneurship, Human Resources

The woman who sews pockets in her home in Italy, the family that sells groceries from the window of their house in Chile, and the Silicon Valley computer programmer who uses her spare bedroom to write programs for a...

 
 
Workforce America! Loden, Marilyn | Rosener, Judy B. Business One/Irwin , 1991 Diversity, Human Resources, Management, Social Responsibility

In Workforce America, the authors contend that-contrary to what some believe-managing diversity as an asset does not require expertise in cultural differences. The only prerequisite is a framework for analyzing the...

 
 
Why This Horse Won't Drink Matejka, Ken AMACOM , 1990 Human Resources, Management, Productivity

In Why This Horse Won’t Drink, Matejka explicitly states that employee happiness is not the issue, that it is not the manager’s job to make it happen. Management’s function is to set performance at the...

 
 
The Work of Nations Reich, Robert B. Alfred A. Knopf , 1991 Global Business, Human Resources

In The Work of Nations, the concept of borderless nations draws a sharp distinction between societies and economies. Reich contends that corporations and investors are becoming disconnected from their...

 
 
Reducing Employee Theft Snyder, Neil H.1,2 | Broome Jr., O. Whitfield3 | Kehoe, William J.4,5 | McIntyre Jr., James T.6 | Blair, Karen E.7 Quorum Books , 1991 Economics & Finance, Human Resources

Theft combines a well-documented report of several serious studies and a review of the professional literature. Its simple direct language and natural conversational style make if accessible to the widest audience....

 
 
In Search of Excess Crystal, Graef S.1 W. W. Norton & Company , 1991 Human Resources, Management

The revelation of how and why CEO compensation in the United States has grown astronomically in contrast to the pay of CEOs of other industrialized nations. Furthermore, In Search of Excess provides a...

 
 
Achieving Total Quality Management Perigord, Michel Productivity Press , 1990 Human Resources, Management

Achieving Total Quality Management is a compact guide to the concepts, methods, and techniques for achieving Total Quality. Written by French quality expert, Périgord, this book (originally published...

 
 
The New Organizational Wealth Sveiby, Karl Erick Berrett-Kohler , 1997 Human Resources, Management

The difference between the market value of a publicly held company and its official net value is the value of its intangible assets. In most companies, the value of these assets exceeds the value of tangible holdings....

 
 
Managers as Facilitators Weaver, Richard G. | Farrell, John D. Berrett-Koehler Publishers , 1997 Human Resources, Management, Productivity

The workplace is changing to such an extent that the amount of work demanded is more than individuals working alone can produce. The need for people to work together has lead to the creation of a great number of groups...

 
 
Generations At Work Zemke, Ron | Raines, Claire | Filipczak, Bob AMACOM , 1999 Diversity, Human Resources, Management

The late 1990s are unique in that four different generations (Veterans, Baby Boomers, Gen Xers, and Nexters-born 1980 on) have converged upon the workplace at the same time, each with their own set of work ethics, set...

 
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