The e-HR Advantage

The Complete Handbook for Technology-Enabled Human Resources

by Deborah D. Waddill, Michael J. Marquardt

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  • 9781857889215
This must-have guide is essential to managing the ever-evolving technological developments in the workplace.

The 21st century workplace thrives on internet-enabled connectivity and technology and these new applications allow human resource professionals to make the work of developing and managing the workforce faster, easier, and more effective.

The e-HR Advantage explores the positive impact of technology upon the workplace: how we work, learn, and manage ourselves and others. With best practices for implementation and case studies from around the world, this complete handbook provides a framework for understanding the significance of technology in the workplace. Human resource professionals who master these technologies will secure their seat at the table.

From social networking and e-recruiting, to technology support for knowledge management, The e-HR Advantage examines the various avenues of human resources on the digital front.

  • Quercus; October 2011
  • ISBN: 9781857889215
  • Read online, or download in secure ePub format
  • Title: The e-HR Advantage
  • Author: Deborah D. Waddill; Michael J. Marquardt
  • Imprint: Nicholas Brealey
Subject categories
  • 9781857889215

In The Press

With their sage guidance and optimism, Waddill and Marquardt provide a comprehensive and practical guide to HR leaders who are ready to embrace the myriad of possibilities technology offers.—Shannon Banks, Senior HR Business Partner, Microsoft Corporation

About The Author

Michael J. Marquardt, Ed.D. is professor of Human Resource Development and International Affairs as well as Program Director of Overseas Programs at George Washington University. Dr. Marquardt also serves as President of the World Institute for Action Learning and is the author of 20 books, including Leading with Questions and Optimizing the Power of Action Learning.

Deborah Waddill, Ed.D., has managed and led large-scale technical, instructional design projects for clients including the US Department of Agriculture, AT&T, and the FDIC. She is an instructor at The George Washington University where she earned her doctorate. She is an expert in the design, development, delivery, and evaluation of technology-enabled learned solutions.