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Ulrich, Dave; Allen, Justin
December 2009
People Management;12/3/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 25, p32
The article features the human resource (HR) model of transformation by Dave Ulrich and his colleagues. Ulrich explains that more often HR professionals focus on their own functions rather than the needs of the customers and their biggest challenge is to help their organizations to succeed. Ulrich and his team have developed a four-phase model for HR transformation in order to achieve the objective of making the organization succeed, which includes processes including the flow of people and flow of performance management, to name some.


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