Academic journal article Public Personnel Management

Changes on Tap for Public Personnel Management

Academic journal article Public Personnel Management

Changes on Tap for Public Personnel Management

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Recently, we invited IPMA-HR members to participate in an online survey regarding the association's professional journal, Public Personnel Management (PPM). More than 500 people responded, and their input was valuable in determining possible future changes for the Journal.

We found out that most readers are happy with the format and content of PPM and believe there is a good balance between academic and practical content. Respondents who like the content specifically like the in-depth articles and the research focus, the variety of topics and the applicability to the public sector.

The IPMA-HR publications staff along with the Member Communications Taskforce has reviewed the survey results and has suggested slight improvements to PPM, most notably the addition of more practitioner-oriented content.

Beginning with this issue of Public Personnel Management, we are introducing a new section called "Practitioner's Corner." This will be the place for HR practitioners to share best practices, practical solutions and problem-solving techniques, case studies, agency innovations and more--in short, anything to do with the day-to-day practice of HR at the public sector level. …

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