Human Resource Planning

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

Articles from Vol. 25, No. 2, June

Articles
The summer is in full swing and we are all looking for beach reading suggestions. Unfortunately, the three articles provided in this edition of the Journal did not make The New York Times recommended list. But that does not mean they are not great...
Different Industries, Different CEOs? A Study of CEO Career Specialization *. (Articles)
The fact is inescapable: These choices of single human beings exert enormous influence over entire enterprises. In the aggregate, they determine the prosperity of the nation Charan & Colvin (2000), p. 266 Today's hyper-competitive environment...
Highlights of the Human Resource Planning Society's 2002 State-of-The Art & Practice Study: Managing Strategic, Cultural and HRM Alignment to Maximize Customer Satisfaction and Retention *. (Research Update)
Miles H. Overholt, Riverton Management Consulting; Elena Granell, Institute for Higher Studies in Administration (IESA) The Human Resource Planning Society's 2002 State-of-the-Art and Practice (SOTA/P) Study examined the HR practices and policies...
Human Resource Planning Submission Guidelines
HRPS invites the submission of materials relating to human resource planning and management to Human Resource Planning (HRP). Submissions vary in length and may include case studies or reports of company experiences, essays or commentaries presenting...
Leadership and the Networked Economy. (Articles)
The Shifting Economic Landscape Despite the economic chaos of the past two years, the term "new economy" still exists as a popular descriptor of our evolving economic environment. But keep in mind that this "new" economy has little to do with...
Reflections on the State of Leadership and Leadership Development. (Current Practices)
Rich Hughes, Director, Sustainable Leadership Capacity, The Center for Creative Leadership, Colorado Springs Campus The learning agenda of The Human Resource Planning Society has recently been strategically refocused on four key content areas:...
Research, Knowledge Sharing, and You. (Perspectives)
As we face increasingly difficult challenges in our organizations, we need all the knowledge we can get. For example, many of us face tough questions such as: * How can we implement a leadership development and succession process that works in...
Strategic Communication Enhances Organizational Performance. (Current Practices)
Human resource leaders can help organizational leadership enhance employee morale, individual performance, and organizational success. In these uncertain and always changing times--or, for that matter, in any situation--communication is critical...
The Role of Human Resource Management in the Cooperative Strategy Process. (Articles)
Cooperation between firms has become one of the main strategic vectors for many companies. The greater advantages and fewer inconveniences it offers in contrast with other alternatives are undoubtedly behind this boom. Despite the growing importance...