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Human Resource Management: Strategic and International Perspectives 3ed

by Jonathan Crawshaw, Pawan Budhwar and Ann Davis SAGE Publications Ltd
Pub Date:
06/2020
ISBN:
9781526499011
Format:
Pbk 552 pages
Price:
AU$123.00 NZ$127.83
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A comprehensive introduction to HRM for students who are new to the field, but who will be seeking employment in a global market, working with diverse colleagues and across international borders.    


 


Broken down into three parts covering Strategic Issues in HRM, HRM in Practice and HRM in Context, and weaving international and cross-cultural perspectives throughout, the text explores the ever-changing world of human resource management. The various theories, practices and debates that populate this field are examined, and the challenges and controversies that arise when theory meets practice are explored. The international dimensions of HRM, including cross-cultural working, diversity, equality and international business, have been considered throughout. Practical learning features have been included to help students develop skills they can apply to their course and in graduate employment.   In the new edition, all chapters have been thoroughly updated and the authors have included an additional chapter on Digitization and Artificial Intelligence in HRM.    The book is supported by a wide range of online resources and tools for both lecturers and students, including access to SAGE journal articles, chapter specific podcasts, SAGE video, PowerPoint slides, interactive multiple choice questions and SAGE Business Cases.    Suitable for undergraduates and post-graduate students looking for a strategic and international perspective of HRM.

Chapter 1 Introduction: Context and Challenges for HRM - Jonathan R. Crawshaw, Jude Preston and Alastair Hatch
Chapter 2 HRM and Firm Performance - Anastasia Katou, Pawan Budhwar, Karin Sanders and Hoa Do
Chapter 3 Organisational Change and HRM - Achim Schmitt, Steffen Raub and Katty Marmenout
Chapter 4 Digitisation, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and HRM - Ashish Malik, Srikanth NR and Pawan Budhwar
Chapter 5 HRM and the Ethical Organisation - Carole Parkes, Rosalind Searle and Helen Borland
Chapter 6 Globalism, Multinational Enterprises and HRM - Charmi Patel, Pawan Budhwar and Sin Mun Chang
Chapter 7 Workforce (Artificial) Intelligence Planning - Judy Scully, Jonathan Crawshaw Alexis Fullard, Michael Gregson, Ben Clegg and Paul Turner
Chapter 8 Recruitment and Selection - Daniel P. Hinton, Stephen A. Woods and Lara D. Zibarras
Chapter 9 Diversity in Organisations: HRM and International Practices - Lilian Otaye-Ebede, Vincenza Priola and Elaine Yerby
Chapter 10 Learning and Development - Margarita Nyfoudi and Helen Shipton
Chapter 11 Reward Strategies and Systems - Ann Davis and Vidu Badigannavar
Chapter 12 Performance Management and Motivation - Arup Varma, Pawan Budhwar, Peter Norlander and Ying Shi
Chapter 13 Workplace Relations and Regulations - Kathy Daniels
Chapter 14 HRM in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SMEs) - Nicholas Theodorakopoulos and Safa Arslan
Chapter 15 HRM in the Not-for-Profit Sectors - Helen Shipton, Karin Sanders and Jennifer Surtees

Jonathan R. Crawshaw is Senior Lecturer and Director of the Research Degrees Programmes in Aston Business School, Aston University. Jonathan's research and teaching interests include organisational justice, behavioural ethics and careers, and he has published in leading academic journals on these interests. He is currently Associate Editor of Social Justice Research and Editorial Board Member of the Journal of Management. He has also guest edited special issues for the Journal of Business Ethics, Human Relations and the Thunderbird International Business Review.


Pawan Budhwar is 50th Anniversary Professor of International HRM at Aston Business School. He is also the Associate Pro-Vice Chancellor International, the Joint Director of Aston India Centre for Applied Research at Aston University and the Co-Editor-in-Chief of British Journal of Management. He received his PhD from Manchester Business School. He is the co-founder and first President of the Indian Academy of Management, an affiliate of AOM. Pawan has published over 120 articles in leading journals on topics related to people management, with a specific focus on India. He has also written and/or co-edited 21 books on HRM-related topics for different national and regional contexts. He is Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, the Higher Education Academy, the British Academy of Management and the Indian Academy of Management, and chartered member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD).


Ann Davis is Professor and Associate Dean for Academic Resourcing and Development at the University of Sydney Business. Her background is in both work psychology and HRM, and she is a chartered member of the CIPD and Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. She has taught introductory and advanced courses in the field of people and work for nearly 30 years. She has published in a variety of peer-reviewed journals in HRM and psychology, her work focusing on the construction and enactment of the employment relationship, primarily from the employee perspective. She now spends most of her time applying and interpreting this understanding in the Australian higher education context.