Asia Pacific Human Resource Management And Organisational Effectiveness: Impacts On Practice by Alan NankervisAsia Pacific Human Resource Management And Organisational Effectiveness: Impacts On Practice by Alan Nankervis

Asia Pacific Human Resource Management And Organisational Effectiveness: Impacts On Practice

byAlan NankervisEditorChris Rowley, Noorziah Salleh

Hardcover | July 15, 2016

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Asia Pacific Human Resource Management and Organisational Effectiveness: Impacts on Practiceexplores the concepts and applications of strategic human resource management (SHRM) theory on the roles and practices of human resource professionals employed in organizations across the Asia Pacific region.

It blends new conceptual frameworks with empirical evidence, case illustrations, and company examples from a variety of countries in the region, exploring the economic, political, socio-cultural, demographic, and professional dimensions of the topic.

Country studies (for example, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, China, India, Korea and Australia) are included, examining the relationships between SHRM and talent management, knowledge workers, quality of work and human capital management in the Asian region.

  • Presents the first book to explore the link between HRM and organizational effectiveness
  • Provides new empirical and case study research on relevant issues regarding strategic human resource management
  • Offers a blend of experienced global HRM scholars with enthusiastic regional academics
  • Includes an amalgam of conceptual and practical approaches to the topic
Alan Nankervis is a Professor of Human Resource Management, based at Curtin University, Perth, Australia.Professor Chris Rowley is Professorial Fellow, Institute of Hallyu Convergence Research, Korea University, Korea, Adjunct Professor, Griffith Business School, Griffith University, Australia, Visiting Fellow, Institute of Asia and Pa...
Title:Asia Pacific Human Resource Management And Organisational Effectiveness: Impacts On PracticeFormat:HardcoverDimensions:279 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:July 15, 2016Publisher:Woodhead PublishingLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0081006438

ISBN - 13:9780081006436


Table of Contents

Ch. 1 - Introduction: Human resource management and organisational effectiveness - an overview and synthesis A. Nankervis, C. Rowley, N.M. Salleh

Section 1: Contextual frameworks

Ch. 2 - ASEAN and the AEC: Challenges and opportunities for human resource management, D.J.Q. Chen, W. Su-Yen

Ch. 3 - Emerging HRM perspectives on emotional intelligence, mindfulness and neurobiological science on organisational effectiveness P. Hosie, A. Sharma, L. Herkenhoff, J.A. Heydenfeldt, R.P.J. Kingshott

Section 2: Regional HRM perspectives

Ch. 4 - Where was HRM? The crisis of public confidence in Australia's banks, A. Montague, R. Larkin, J. Burgess

Ch. 5 - HRM as a strategic business partner: The contributions of strategic agility, knowledge management and management development in multinational enterprises - empirical insights from India S. Ananthram

Ch. 6 - An exploratory study of HRM roles and competencies in Vietnam, India and Malaysia V. Prikshat, N.M. Salleh, A. Nankervis

Chapter 7 - HRM roles in paradise: Strategic or administrative? A study of tourist resorts in the Maldives A. Najeeb

Ch. 8 - The quality of working Australia and its relevance for HRM and organisational effectiveness in the Asia Pacific J. Connell, J. Burgess

Section 3: Employment relations and Islamic perspectives

Ch. 9 - Collective voice and union effectiveness: Is relational capital the missing link N.M. Salleh, A.K. Rosline, J.K.S. Len, K.Ag. Budin

Ch. 10 - A study on the determinants of job satisfaction from an Islamic perspective: Indonesia, Brunei Darussalam and Malaysia R.U. Mohammed

Ch. 11 - Conclusion: The human resource management-organisational effectiveness link: overview and the role of HR practitioners C. Rowley, A. Nankervis, N.M. Salleh