Conceived by Chris Grey as an antidote to conventional textbooks, each book in the `Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap' series takes a core area of the curriculum and turns it on its head by providing a critical and sophisticated overview of the key issues and debates in an informal, conversational and often humorous way.
"58 Ways to Improvise in Training is a 'hands on' book full of ideas to help trainers energise groups large and small. It's a book that will remain on my desk rather than propping it up!" - Leslie Spiers, Managing Director, Proem Consulting Limited
The well-respected author team strike the ideal balance between the latest academic theory and real-world practice, making this the most applied SHRM textbook written in an eminently student-friendly format.
This new edition of a landmark text in HRM provides comprehensive coverage including two new chapters on ethics and green HRM. It takes a critical approach and focuses on the global implications of HR practice and management. Its extensive suite of pedagogical resources include ample cases and vignettes, video interviews and an interactive ebook.
In The Learning Imperative Mark Burns and Andy Griffith examine the key ingredients that ensure effective learning, and offer leaders step-by-step guidance on how they can achieve it in their own teams and organisations.
This contemporary, global and engaging textbook covers all the core HRM topics. Rich in pedagogy, features like HRM in the Global Business Environment and HRM and Organizational Performance prepare your students for the modern workplace.
Conceived by Chris Grey and written to get you thinking, the "Very Short, Fairly Interesting and Reasonably Cheap" series offers an informal, conversational, accessible yet sophisticated and critical overview of what you find in conventional textbooks.
Shows you how to manage and work with the people and teams you are responsible for. This title includes topics such as: get the right people and get the people right, team briefing, effective verbal communication with groups, facilitating, developing trust, empowerment, successful delegation, and setting smart objective.
Written by a renowned author team, this book treats HR strategy as an essential element in business strategy, whilst integrating a vast range of relevant research and theory. Now in its fourth edition, it continues to challenge academics, students and practitioners to approach HRM from a strategic perspective.
Learn the secrets to creating joy in your work and in your life, no matter what is happening around you-as taught by Professor Rao to business students at top b-schools including Columbia, London Business School, Haas, and more.
Do talent and hard work count for nothing? Is politics everything? This book reveals the murky underside of modern office life. It shows how with the right mindset, you can distinguish and deal with toxic and over promoted colleagues, charm your way through interviews and use office politics to your advantage.
A new introductory text for modules in work psychology. Written for business and psychology students, it bridges the gap between business and psychology, making the psychological theories accessible to business students and providing psychology students with an understanding of how key business priorities inform psychology.