HR as the facilitator, rather than the activist

Leigh, Andrew
September 1997
People Management;9/25/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 19, p49
Focuses on the role of human resources department (HRD) staff as facilitator of change. Characteristics of successful HR person; HRDs' tendency to take responsibility to change rather than facilitate it; Role of line management in the implementation of program changes; Limitation of HRD's role in the conception and implementation of changes.


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