Human Resource Planning

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

Articles from Vol. 18, No. 2, June

Career Development and Women Managers: Does "One Size Fit All"?
The Civil Rights Act barred sexual discrimination in the workplace over thirty years ago, and more women are in the workforce than ever. However, there is little doubt that women have not moved up in the ranks of corporate America; there are very few...
Executive Careers and Learning: Aligning Selection, Strategy, and Development
This paper discusses how executive development can add value to the strategic functioning of an organization.(1) In particular it examines the role of selection and staffing, by which managers are placed in assignments that will provide the key ingredients...
Reengineering HR through Information Technology
Reengineering is clearly in vogue. While many HR professionals are effectively utilizing information technology to reengineer their HR processes, others are having a vague idea concerning what reengineering is, what it can accomplish, and what difficulties...
Research Update
This research update provides a preliminary review of the 13-16 June 1995 HRPS Research Symposium held at Cornell University. The papers presented reflect the fact that the area of human resource management or planning is making the shift to the realities...
Self-Managing Work Teams: Do They Really Work?
Given the fiercely competitive and increasingly global environment, the pressures to increase productivity and improve relationships with customers, and at the same time improve quality of work life, are paramount if organizations are to survive and...