Arkin, Anat
May 2011
People Management;May2011, p36
The article discusses the human resource development (HRD) strategy of British microchip designer ARM Holdings. Chief operating officer Graham Budd describes the importance of HR in the company's business, which relies on employee collaboration to produce innovative designs. The company's development of a social capital program to bring large numbers of people from different disciplines across national boundaries is explored. The benefits derived by employees from the company's equity reward program are also discussed.


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