Success is Simply Human : Ten Principles to Guide Your People Strategy Hardback
A practical roadmap to success for the new HR Success is Simply Human was written to help you rethink, reimagine, and reinvent the people function in your business.
Your organization can only be as successful as its people, and Human Resources continues to be the connection between your people and your company's success.
Tasked with sourcing, attracting, and retaining the people who will move your organization forward, it's time to stop relying on outdated HR methods.
This book provides a roadmap to success in the new era of digital HR, offering a new approach, a new model, new tools, and new techniques.
Provocative thinking, case studies, and pragmatic tools help you understand the need for change from one of the most credible voices in the field.
You've likely read plenty of books by academics and consultants who dispense loads of advice and then escape the scene before ensuring that those ideas really work.
This book takes a different route; expert guidance is backed by illustrative case studies that show how ideas are actually implemented, and real-world tools are shared to help you put these ideas to work in your organization.
Reimagine your Human Resources function to reinvent your people strategyBuild a stronger and more reliable talent pipeline by freeing yourself from the shackles of the talent shortage mythMove your business beyond bias to deliver greater innovation and expand your businessCapitalize on modern cloud-based technology to ensure you can deliver this newly relevant HR To become and remain competitive, organizations need a robust pipeline of qualified talent to help them expand into new markets, push the boundaries of innovation, and achieve sustainable financial success.
Success is Simply Human provides clear, expert guidance that works, and the support you need to make it happen.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 272 pages
- Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Publication Date: 13/06/2018
- Category: Personnel & human resources management
- ISBN: 9781119351191