Named as BusinessWeek s 1 Management Educator, expert Dave Ulrich and his team of authors bring human resources a whole new way of thinking and practicing moving the focus from internal issues to actively helping to set business strategies Businesses of the future need all hands on deck when implementing new ways to stimulate grown and cost efficiency, and this includes human resources In HR Transformation, the team presents a four phase model of transformation that shows you step by step how to make meaningful progress in contributing to the performance of your company by redesigning HR to work as a strategic partnership From the 1 Management Educator Guru BusinessWeek The authors have presented us with an accessible, readable, and practical illustration of a clear path for successful strategy execution in a complex environment Majed Al Romaithi, Executive Director, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority HR can only transform organizations if it transforms HR This book shows us how HR Transformation would have been important in the past it is critical now We are entering a new world HR Transformation can help our organizations thrive in the midst of uncertainty Marshall Goldsmith, author of the Wall Street Journal bestsellers What Got You Here Won t Get You There and Succession Are You Ready Ulrich and his colleagues talk tough and provide a detailed blueprint for how those of us in the field can use our own tools to do a 720 degree evaluation of ourselves We cannot contribute to the success of our organizations until we upgrade ourselves Linda A Hill, Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School Based on groundbreaking research with hundreds of companies and thousands of executives, HR Transformation provides compelling theory and practical tools to create alignment between strategy, systems, and people This important book should be read carefully by leadership teams everywhere Mark Huselid, Professor of HR Strategy, Rutgers University, Co author of The HR Scorecard, The Workforce Scorecard, and The Differentiated Workforce Turn to the front matter for than thirty rousing endorsements of HR Transformation INCLUDES CASE STUDIES FROM Intel, Pfizer, Takeda, Flextronics...
|Title||:||HR Transformation: Building Human Resources From the Outside In|
|Number of Pages||:||568 Pages|
|File Size||:||595 KB|
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HR Transformation: Building Human Resources From the Outside In Reviews
Once again, Dave Ulrich and team hit a home run with their assessment of the continual transformation of HR from being a 'necessary evil' to a strategic partner to finally being a collaborative voice at the table. HR has traditionally been a reactionary piece of the business puzzle with previous developments being made mostly by 'feel' to fill the gaps. By using a data-driven approach to translating their findings, Ulrich's team not only serves to make HR a quantifiable partner, but one whose 'outside-in' approach lends credibility, reliability and intimacy to every business relationship.
Perfect condition. Thank you!!!
Book arrived in timely fashion. However, it is soft back, not hard back as advertised.
For an external view of HR Transformation, Dave Ulrich is the best!
Great book!! You can learn a lot about Human Resources through this book. This books describes the steps and the explanation about Human Resources. It is very effective and efficient.
As a Human Resource Professional, whether you are an Individual Contributor, a Manager, Director, or VP; if you feel you are not being respected as a strategic partner in your company, this book will show you how to think and behave differently to transform your HR to create value. This book and the accompanying tools will guide you toward a solid understanding of what is needed to make a transformation from "doing" HR to being a full partner in the business.
Excellent book for those seeking to either build a new HR department or for those who need to rebuild their current one. Wish I had been privy to this information back when I was an HR Director in Corporate America.