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Managing Change

Managing Change

Author(s):
  • Adrian Thornhill
  • Phil Lewis
  • Mike Millmore
  • Mark N.K. Saunders
  • Author: Adrian Thornhill
    • ISBN:9788177582444
    • 10 Digit ISBN:8177582445
    • Price:Rs. 469.00
    • Pages:328
    • Imprint:FT Press
    • Binding:Paperback
    • Status:Available


    Ratings:

    Managing Change: A Human Resource Strategy Approach is the first text to demonstrate and explore the link between managing change and strategic human resource management.


    Because change has implications at all levels of the organisation it can be viewed from a variety of perspectives. This book is unique in that it makes the link between change and human resource strategy. What role and contribution does human resource management make to the process of change management?


    The book explores this question and enables the manager to identify and analyse human resource strategies which contribute to or facilitate change and provides the models of evaluation for assessing the contribution and its outcomes.

    Table of Content

    1. An introduction to managing change: a human resource strategy approach
    2. Organisational structure and the management of change
    3. Organisational culture and the management of change
    4. Recruitment and selection and the management of change
    5. Performance management and the management of change
    6. Human resource development and the management of change
    7. Reward management and the management of change
    8. Employee relations and involvement strategies and the management of change
    9. Downsizing and the management of change
    10. Evaluating and promoting change

    Salient Features

    • First text to demonstrate and explore the link between managing change and strategic human resource management.
    • Practically based case studies at the beginning and end of each chapter help students apply concepts.
    • Student self-check questions throughout with answers at end of each chapter.
    • Draws on both research and practitioner expertise of the authors - provides a balance of theory with actual experience.
    • Enables students to identify HR strategies which contribute to the change process.