5 edition of People Management Challenges and Opportunities found in the catalog.
People Management Challenges and Opportunities
June 2, 2005
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
Macmillan Social Studies Programme
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
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Comments and suggestions from teachers using the course have also been included. Human Resource Management: Issues, Challenges and Opportunities covers a broad array of topics on human resources management, including new emphasis on corporate social commitment, management practices that are essential for retaining effective professionals, financial rewards to stimulate longer workforce participation, entrepreneurial leadership, examination of leadership styles in different countries, dealing with organizational change, teamwork and employee resistance, integrating human.
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Management has its share of perks and rewards. Managers are usually in a better position to influence and lead change. In most organizations, being a manager means a better compensation package and not having to sit in a cubicle.
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The World Federation of Personnel Management Association (WFPMA) survey pointed out the most important top ten HR challenges are leadership development, organizational effectiveness, change. But especially for new people leaders, helping employees shine is one of the most important manager challenges.
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3. People – are probably the most important resource on any project and the challenge that an organisation has to meet when using project management relies on the efficient utilisation of these people.
It is vital that the right people are used, that they receive the correct training and that they are clear on the objectives of the project.
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At times difficult, perhaps uncomfortable for some, but a ‘must read’ nonetheless.”. Year after year, organizations tell us they struggle to find and develop future-ready leaders. In this year’s Global Human Capital Trends survey, 80 percent of respondents rated leadership a high priority for their organizations, but only 41 percent told us they think their organizations are ready or very ready to meet their leadership requirements.