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Strategic Human Resource Management

A Balanced Approach

Losbladig Engels 2024 9781526849519
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The highly anticipated third edition of Strategic Human Resource Management offers a fresh perspective on SHRM. Bringing together a wealth of expertise in HRM, Work and Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behaviour, the authors provide a balanced approach to structuring and solving real-life HR issues in organizations.
This new edition aligns Human Resource practices with both the internal and external organizational context and takes a critical perspective on economics, sustainability, psychology, sociology, and industrial relations. Its unique multi-level approach includes the individual employee, teams, business units, organizations, sectors, and countries to build a more balanced people management value chain.

New additions:
• New chapter on Career Development
• New Activity Boxes to encourage practical application of theory
• New case studies throughout, including Google, easyJet and Ikea
• Major revisions to chapters to highlight sustainable career development, employability, digitalization, and diversity
• Major update of the scientific literature references

Key Features:
• Cases and Discussion Questions provide real-world scenarios and issues to illustrate contemporary HR issues in practice
• Stop and Reflect Boxes throughout each chapter are designed to encourage students to critically evaluate topics and issues raised and how they can be applied to real-life situations
• Personal Development Boxes help students think about how to link theoretical concepts with the development of personal skills appropriate to effective HRM
• Experiential Exercises present ‘Individual’ and ‘Team’ tasks that can be used as in-class exercises encouraging students to learn from direct experiences

Paul Boselie is Professor in Public Administration & Organization Science at Utrecht University, the Netherlands. His research traverses human resource management, institutionalism, strategic management and industrial relations.

Beatrice van der Heijden is Professor in Strategic Human Resource Management at Radboud University, the Netherlands, and Head of the SHRM Department. Her research and teaching are focused on strategic human resource management, sustainable careers, employability, and aging at work.




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Over Beatrice van der Heijden

Prof. dr. Beatrice I. J. M. van der Heijden is hoofd van de leerstoelgroep Strategisch HRM en hoogleraar aan de Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen. Zij is tevens verbonden aan de Open Universiteit, de Universiteit Gent/België, Hubei University in Wuhan/China en aan Kingston University in London/UK. Haar expertise concentreert zich met name rond duurzame loopbanen, employability en ouder worden in het werk. Beatrice is Associate Editor voor het European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology en Co-Editor voor het German Journal of Human Resource Management. Ze heeft, onder andere, gepubliceerd in het European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology, Journal of Vocational Behavior, HRM, Human Relations, Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, Career Development International en Academy of Management Annals. Ze is Co-Editor van het Handbook of Research on Sustainable Careers (EE Publishing).

Andere boeken door Beatrice van der Heijden


1 Introduction: Strategic Human Resource Management in the Twenty-first Century
2 Strategic Human Resource Management and Context
3 Human Resource Management and Performance: Adding Value through People
4 Human Resource Analytics and Metrics
5 Mutual Gains?
6 High-performance Work Systems
7 Selective Recruitment and Selection
8 Performance Management
9 Compensation
10 Career Development
11 Talent Management
12 Employee Participation
13 Human Resource Roles
14 International Human Resource Management

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