No other HR textbook can offer the expertise represented by the names Noe, Hollenbeck, Gerhart and Wright, or present the undergraduate, graduate or practitioner MBA student with a more cohesive, clear and integrated perspective on the strategic value of human resources for businesses today and in the future. How can you possibly make this successful American text any better? Add a Canadian author with the same kind of credibility and expertise to the Noe team. Linda Eligh has over twenty years of practitioner, consultancy, and academic experience in Canada and brings this integrated expertise to the Canadian edition. Strategic Human Resource Management: Gaining a Competitive Advantage, Canadian Edition, offers Canadian students and teachers a text that speaks directly to them. The Canadian experience is deftly woven into the text through targeted Canadian examples and cases, and a redesigned, streamlined table of contents covers all the major strategic HRM topics in depth while respecting parameters of the Canadian semester.
The Canadian edition of Strategic Human Resource Management: Gaining a Competitive Advantage is taking things to the next level with a text that is fully integrated with technology through Connect. Instructors know that if they are going to be effective then they have to reach their students where they live - online. Noe/Eligh is HRM 2.0, with direct links between the text material and Connect.