Business organizations the world over are increasingly recognizing the potential of their human resources. Strategic human resource management emerged out of the parent discipline of human resource management emerged out of the parent discipline of human resource management with the aim of optimizing organization objectives. It emphasizes the strategic importance of formulating HR objectives. It emphasizes the strategic importance of formulating HR objectives, strategies, and policies with a view to developing the skills and abilities for the achievement of competitive advantage.
This book provides a comprehensive, contemporary, and critical review of the key issues in strategic human resource management in India. The focus is on the reality of “people management” in large, global companies. Establishing the effectiveness of strategic HRM with respect to organizational performance, the authors examine recent research as also provide case studies of companies operating in the country.
SAGE Publications; October 2006
- ISBN: 9789352805655
- Edition: 1
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- Title: Strategic Human Resource Management
- Author: Anuradha Sharma; Aradhana Khandekar
Imprint: Sage Publications Pvt. Ltd
In The Press
The authors have presented the chapters through excellent and extensive literature review(giving appropriate and the best work available) to capture the entire gamut of strategic HRM and its implications for sustainable competitive advantage to organizations. These subjects are discussed in length and important issues realted to strategic HRM are presented in lucid style for the readers benefit. The author’s efforts to illustate key strategic HRM issues with a wide range of theoritical perpectives is highly appreciable…indeed this book is a comprehensive guide for the HR professionals… the book is thought provoking in many ways, and it provides important fundamentals for any HR professionals. The book is a very unique blend of theoretical inputs and practitioners considerations.