Four stages of HRMS development
- Corporate values no longer enough. Black, Octavius // Personnel Today;2/26/2002, p16
Focuses on the value and behavior of the human resources management in Great Britain. Credibility of senior management; Changes of the profit-generating activities; Emphasis of the innovation and company focus.
- Empowering employees: A route to innovation. // Infomat: A Weekly Review;9/12/2003, p2
Reports on a research study which claims that companies that use more positive human resources practices are more likely to innovate. Human resource management areas that affect a company's innovation decisions; Other factors that display a positive association with innovation.
- People: A Critical Element of New Technology Implementation. Ettkin, Lawrence P.; Helms, Marilyn M.; Haynes, Paula J. // Industrial Management;Sep/Oct90, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p27
Discusses the need for effective management of people for successful implementation and use of technological systems. Consequences from the decision to implement changed technologies; Approaches adopted by the management for avoiding employees resistance to technological change; Need for...
- HR hears the call of technology. Flynn, Gillian // Personnel Journal;May95, Vol. 74 Issue 5, p62
Discusses the need for human resource (HR) professionals in the United States to adapt to technological innovations. Use of multimedia personal computers to allow employees to handle administrative tasks; Video conferencing; Enhancement of HR image and effectiveness through technological...
- Use technology to manage your expats. Croft, Brian // Personnel Journal;Dec95, Vol. 74 Issue 12, p113
Looks at the benefits of technology in human resources (HR). Examination of HR executives responsible for expatriate; Information on technology in HR; Importance of technology in financial planning; Technology as employees communication tool.
- Finding time to be strategic. Greengard, Samuel // Personnel Journal;Oct96, Vol. 75 Issue 10, p84
Explores technological innovations in human resource management. Analysis of the employee self-service system; Features and drawbacks of self-service options; Need for the right combination of technologies and solutions.
- Data-base and software integration: Allowing HR to work more efficiently. SG // Personnel Journal;Mar94, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p45
Reports on the standardization of software and database programs in companies to integrate human resources administration. Pitfalls of computer usage in companies; Restructure of payroll and personnel data base; Advantages of using Powerpay client/server systems; Views of company payroll manager...
- 10 HR Technology Trends for 2001. Greengard, Samuel // Workforce;Jan2001, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p20
Looks at technology trends in personnel management in 2001. Technology outsourcing through automatic service providers; Web portals; Free personal computers and high speed access for employees; Streaming desktop video.
- HRD MEANS BUSINESS. Jorz, Joanne // Training & Development Journal;May85, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p23
Introduces the articles on human resource development (HRD) published in May 1985 issue of 'Training and Development Journal.' Need for managing HRD as a system of learning resources; Preparation of a company for technological change; Shift of the human resources function from a staff to a line...
- The role of innovation in personnel planning. Keith, Robert W.; Stromquist, Alfred O. // ABA Banking Journal;Dec79, Vol. 71 Issue 12, p60
Part II. Focuses on the role of innovation in personnel planning in the U.S. Use of financial incentives to increase productivity; Techniques of employee motivation; Benefits of employee participation.