Effective Human Resource Management: A Global Analysis

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

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Lawler, Edward E., author.
Effective human resource management: a global analysis /
Edward E. Lawler III and John W. Boudreau.
pages cm
“This is a report of the results from the Center for Effective
Organizations’ (CEO’s) sixth study of the human resources
(HR) function in large corporations”—Preface.
Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 978-0-8047-7687-5 (pbk.: alk. paper)
1. Personnel management. 2. Organizational effectiveness.
I. Boudreau, John W., author. II. University of Southern
California. Center for Effective Organizations. III. Title.
HF5549.L2884 2012
658.3—dc23

2011051606

Typeset by Classic Typography in 10½/14 Palatino

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