Human Resource Planning

A monthly magazine provides news, issues, profiles, and trend analysis affecting the human resources profession.

Articles from Vol. 23, No. 4, December

Articles
In this issue of Human Resource Planning (HRP) we are fortunate to have three very diverse contributions in terms of both content and research methodology. I am calling your attention to this diversity because it reflects a major initiative for HRP....
Beyond the Vision: What Makes HR Effective?
Corporations are undergoing dramatic changes with significant implications for how human resources are managed and the HR function is best organized and managed. The forces driving change include the rapid deployment of information technology, globalization...
Letter to the Perspectives Editor
Response to Perspectives column, "Why Do Mergers Go RIGHT?" in Human Resource Planning 23.2 While this treatment of the topic of integration of merged or acquired companies is a good prescription for success of a particular kind of transaction,...
Perspectives
This column addresses emerging trends and issues in the development and implementation of human resource strategies. Please respond with your views and experiences to bpinzon@hrps.org or walker@walkergroup.com. Change: Bigger, Faster, Better? ...
Research Update
Employee Alignment and the Role of "Line of Sight" WENDY R. BOSWELL Aligning employees with the organization's strategic goals has become increasingly important as organizations struggle to promote retention, ensure consistency and speed of execution,...
Taking Charge of Change in a Volatile Healthcare Marketplace
Managing organizational change remains one of the most important challenges facing HR professionals today. The roles and responsibilities of HR professionals are swiftly evolving from a more traditional administrative or "operational" focus to one...
Ten Observations on E-Learning and Leadership Development
There is no denying that the Internet has changed the business world. And there is no doubt that the explosive development of wireless Internet technology will further catalyze corporate reactions to the e-revolution. Every aspect of doing business...