No More Excuses

Lawler III, Edward E.
May 2006
Leadership Excellence;May2006, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p13
Provides information on trends in human resources (HR) management, based on studies from the Center for Effective Organizations at USC Marshall School of Business. Activeness of HR executives in HR management; Failure of HR managers to become business partners; Factors contributing to change in HR management; Use of outsourcing of HR services.


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