Strategic workforce planning Shaping the future today

 

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Strategic workforce planning Shaping the future today

ISBN: 978-3-86918-203-2   |   Erscheinungsjahr: 2012    |    Auflage: 1
Seitenzahl: 100   |    Einband: Broschur    |    Gewicht: 266g
Lieferzeit: 2-3 Tage
18,50 €
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Companies today have to remain flexible in their HR planning so that they can react fast to changes in market conditions. On the other hand, the HR resources of the future have to be developed. The first publication in the “DemographicsManagement compact” series offers practical knowledge on what is set to be one of the most interesting topics for HR management over the next few years.


“In times of growing complexity, there is a need for methods and approaches that fully reflect the dynamics of the HR system and turn them into a key opportunity. The book shows how strategic HR planning can address the major challenges facing us today.
The tried-and-tested methods and formal principles are explained clearly and in a manner that everyone can grasp. This is where the unsurpassed benefits for the reader lie.”
Prof. Dr. Fredmund Malik, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Malik Management Zentrum St. Gallen AG

“Social and economic developments are having more of an impact on strategic decisions than ever before. Increasingly complex changes call for methods and approaches that allow the dynamic perspectives to be brought together in a targeted manner and made tangible.
This is where the HR function plays a decisive role as a go-between between the requirements in terms of current and future personnel on the one hand, and business objectives and needs on the other. In this book, experts from operational and strategic HR functions provide crucial impetus for managers and management teams alike.”
Dr. Werner Zedelius, member of the Board of Management of Allianz SE

“The unlimited availability of potential employees on the labor market can no longer be taken for granted. The labor market situation, which is becoming increasingly unfavorable for employers, will create the need for more restructuring at Deutsche Bahn, too, over the next few years. As a result, there is a need for far-sighted strategic HR planning to safeguard group and business area strategies. Strategic HR planning forms the starting point for e ective, coordinated HR management.”
Ulrich Weber, Board of Management member responsible for HR as Deutsche Bahn AG