A comprehensive guide to using strategic HR methods to increase company performance. This book explains what strategic human resources means, how it differs from other HR activities, and why it is critical to business performance. It walks through key questions for designing, deploying and integrating different strategic HR processes including staffing, performance management, compensation, succession management, and development. The book also addresses the role of technology in strategic HR, and discusses how to get companies to support, adopt, and maintain effective strategic HR processes. The book includes dozens of illustrative examples of effective and ineffective strategic HR using stories drawn from a range of companies and industries.
Keywords: Human Resource Management, workforce productivity, , job performance, job performance and objectives, job performance and competencies, job performance and requirements, job performance and employee experience, job performance and employee attributes, job performance and employee goals, job performance and employee productivity and engagement, designing jobs, hiring employees, managing employee performance, employee productivity, twelve principles for maximizing employee engagement, principles for maximizing employee retention, jobs that balance the company’, s needs and employees’, career goals, maximizing performance of employees after hire, developing employees over time, creating sustainable, efficient talent management methods