Human Resource Planning

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

Articles from Vol. 20, No. 1, March

Dilemmas in the HR Partnership
The Dilemma HR professionals often find themselves in a dilemma. While their organizations are asking them to become leaders and partners in running the business, they are frequently asked to implement initiatives and programs with which they have no...
Flexible Organizations: Using Organizational Design as a Competitive Advantage
Flexible Organizations Versus Traditional Organizations If global, turbulent markets require organizations to be flexible adopting whatever configuration is needed, then executives, academicians, and consultants must rethink current value judgments...
Inter-Organizational Coordination: A Case Study of the Education and Training System in Saudi Arabian Manpower Planning
ETS Policy: Background and Objectives The education and training system of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia operates within the process of manpower planning and development. The process is part of the yearly development planning practice begun in 1970. The...
Strategic Employment of Third Country Nationals: Keys to Sustaining the Transformation of HR Functions
Volumes have been written about the management of expatriates. And there is a growing interest in the effective employment of nationals of countries in which global companies have operations. But practitioners and academics alike have treated lightly...
The New Management Development Paradigm
For most of the last 25 years, thoughtful strategic business planning and human resource planning (HRP) have been important predictors of organizational success. However, for most of this period these two disciplines were operating in almost total isolation...