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Play to Your Strengths: Managing Your Internal Labor Markets for Lasting Competitive Advantage

by Haig Nalbantian, Richard Guzzo, Dave Kieffer, Jay Doherty
All leaders know people are critical to the success of organizations. Executives just donít act that way sometimes. Why? Because they lack the facts. Too often they donít know which workforce practices create the greatest value or which attributes of a workforce are critical to business strategy. Play to Your Strengths shows how to leverage a company's human capital strategy into business results that are measurable and profitable and that will create exceptional, enduring competitive advantages.

Human Resources in the 21st Century
by Marc Effron (Editor), Robert Gandossy (Editor), Marshall Goldsmith (Editor)
New and faster technology, redefined values, and shifting customer demands are changing the way businesses operate in the twenty-first century. Human resources and business leaders are faced with the challenge of redefining their strategies on leadership, talent, and diversity, while evaluating their operational effectiveness. This book presents the compelling contributions of thought leaders-such as David Ulrich, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, and Jeffrey Pfeffer-who offer a road map for what these leaders can expect.

 

     

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