Achieving Excellence in Human Resources Management: An Assessment of Human Resource Functions

By Edward E. Lawler Iii; John W. Boudreau | Go to book overview

THE AUTHORS

Edward E. Lawler III is Distinguished Professor of Business and director of the Center for Effective Organizations in the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. He has been honored as a top contributor to the fields of organizational development, human resources management, organizational behavior, and compensation. He is the author of over 350 articles and forty-three books. His most recent books include Achieving Strategic Excellence: An Assessment of Human Resource Organizations (2006), Built to Change (2006), The New American Workplace (2006), America at Work (2006), and Talent: Making People Your Competitive Advantage (2008). For more information, visit http://www.edwardlawler.com and http://ceo-marshall.usc.edu.

John W. Boudreau, professor and research director at the Marshall School of Business and Center for Effective Organizations at the University of Southern California, is recognized worldwide for breakthrough research and consulting that bridges human capital, talent, and sustainable competitive advantage. A fellow of the National Academy of Human Resources, and formerly a professor at Cornell University, he has authored over fifty books and articles that have been translated into multiple languages, won research awards from the Academy of Management, and been featured in Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, and Business Week. His latest works include Investing in People (2008) and Beyond HR: The New Science of Human Capital (2007). For more information, visit http://ceo-marshall.usc.edu.

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