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MHRM Book Critique 2013

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  • 1. BSMH 5013Human Resource ManagementBook CritiqueTheoretical ApproachHuman Resource ManagementLinking Strategy and PracticePRIDHIVRAJ NAIDU814284 12/05/2013
  • 2. Authors• Greg L.StewartAssociate Professor and Tippie researchfellow at University of Iowa (US)• Kenneth G.BrownAssociate Professor and Huneke Facultyresearch fellow in the university of Iowa (US)
  • 3. Theories1. Universalists approach2. Configurational approach3. Contingency approach- emerged in the U.S. SHRMDelery.E.J and Doty.H.D (1996)Marier.J.H (2012)
  • 4. At a glance - Contents1. Seeing people as a strategic resourceConfigurational approach2. Securing effective employeeContingency approach3. Improving employee performanceContingency approach4. Motivating and managing employeeUniversalists andConfigurational
  • 5. Strengths1. Practice Orientatedas promised: linking strategy to practice2. Academickeeping students in mind - presentation3. Case studies and analysiscomprehensive, easy to understand
  • 6. Weaknesses1. Lacking international appeal2. Human resource functions,Safety and Health is missed out3. Outlook on future HR developments
  • 7. Suggestions / Improvements• Develop a specific approach for thebook• Provide localized examples / Casestudy• Open the target group to practitionersas well – as it already containscomprehensive case studies
  • 8. Q & A