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As organisations take a more strategic approach to managing people, human resource managers need a resource that focuses on this approach. This second edition does just that. It integrates unique new features and revises the content to make concepts easier to understand and apply. Increased coverage of diversity and globalisation is included. Additional discussions reflect the current economic and business environment and how that is impacting a... more...

Praise for Productive Workplaces"Weisbord has been a major voice in the theory and practice of organization development (OD) since the early 1970's. This book is a wonderful history and reinterpretation of many of the events, schools of thought, and controversies that have punctuated the field from its beginnings. It should be required reading for every Organization Behavior and Development scholar. Among its many virtues, the book is beautifully... more...

Negativity in the workplace costs businesses billions of dollars and impacts the morale, productivity and health of individuals and teams. "In The No Complaining Rule: Positive Ways to Deal with Negativity at Work, Jon Gordon, a bestselling author, consultant and speaker, shares an enlightening story that demonstrates how you can conquer negativity and inspire others to adopt a positive attitude." Based on one company’s successful No Complaining... more...

As a manager, you aren't truly successful unless your employees are as well. Helping them establish compelling, actionable performance goals is the first and most important step, and 2600 Phrases for Setting Effective Performance Goals is there to lend a hand. A natural follow-up to the bestselling 2600 Phrases for Effective Performance Reviews, this quick-reference guide provides readers with ready-to-use performance goals organized by the... more...

Change is now so commonplace that people no longer talk in terms of the "whitewater epoch". Every sector of the economies of the developed world has experienced huge swathes of change in the last decade of the twentieth century alone. Increased global competition, aided and abetted by technological advances, has led many organizations to seek to re-invent themselves in the hope of being able to survive and thrive. In mature sectors in particular, where... more...


Rejecting the notion that one solution fits all when it comes to improving employee performance, Michael Sabbag instead focuses on building exemplary performance with one employee, one step at a time. He lays out a simple process to identify the right performance focus—one exemplary strength that can be leveraged and one expandable strength with development potential. He then shows how to select the right combination of tools and solutions—from job... more...

"This volume provides anyone using technology-enhanced assessments as part of organizational selection, promotion, or development programs, or considering their use, with both cutting-edge discussions of critical measurement issues and detailed examples of ongoing HR systems that highlight the opportunities and challenges of such assessments." —James L. Farr, professor, Department of Psychology, Pennsylvania State University"Assessment systems... more...

There are managers who can't bear the thought of losing longtime, skilled employees due to the "brain drain," yet it is occurring as experienced Baby Boomers retire and take with them their practical knowledge and business acumen. Despite the media coverage of Boomers and how a tidal wave of retirements could impact business, many senior managers are kicking the can down the road, putting off the job of creating a system and process for capturing... more...

This text is about survival-about surviving an OSHA audit. It's a road map through the process, a template, a user-friendly how-to-do-it manual that should be part of any OSHA-regulated facility's survival package. Will it help you survive an OSHA audit? It can't hurt-and if you follow it, it will help.

This book describes how the information network should connect all the players-to effectively communicate-in order to complete what needs to be done. It discusses why peer relationships can be difficult, and how to effectively negotiate and persuade team members and customers to successfully meet your goals.