Strategic Human Resource Management: A Discipline in Crisis


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Strategic Human Resource Management: A Discipline in Crisis
To many observers, human resource management (HRM) is an indispensable component of any organization. It is the functional arm with complete or partial responsibility for such diverse tasks as change management, talent recruitment and development, culture-building, grooming managers for leadership, and conflict management. While there has been much academic and real-world attention directed to articulating the roles, functions, and tools of HRM, it is the contention of this paper that the HRM is a discipline in crisis. The facets of HRM are individually and collectively failing to achieve their goals within many organizations, reducing HRM to a tactical rather than...
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