Fundamentals of project management: developing core competencies to help outperform the competition eBook

Fundamentals of project management: developing core competencies to help outperform the competition eBook

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Sharpen your strategic thinking and planning skills. Anticipate problems, rather than merely react to them. Craft HR programs and other initiatives designed to meet your organization’s needs for knowledge capital. The completely revised and updated new edition of Planning & Managing Human Resources will help you successfully implement the steps of strategic planning for human resources. Learn how to establish a strategic human resources plan that will contribute to your organization’s business plan and ensure you outperform your competitors.

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Career planning and management Recruitment and selection Training Organization development Job redesign Employee assistance programs Labor relations Compensation and benefits

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