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HR Metrics The World Class Way

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    John Sullivan(Author)

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Using metrics and making the business case for HR is no longer an option; it's becoming an absolute requirement for creating and maintaining a competitive advantage. Use HR Metrics to save your budget, and maybe your own career as you identify opportunities by measuring the success of your HR processes. HR Metrics brings HR executives quickly up to speed on the -New HR - more measurable, more strategic, and more responsive than ever before to corporate profitability. Dr. Sullivan provides step-by-step guidance on how to establish credibility, forecast business needs, improve your organization's competitiveness, and more! You'll learn to: Identify the resources that can be shifted toward a business opportunity; Allocate resources into areas of high opportunity and away from low-return areas; Remove barriers to rapid movement of resources; Identify the changes the market may require; Recruit management support and more! Included is a 75 minute CD recording of Level I HR Metrics Audio Conference.

Dr. Sullivan has a down to earth delivery that immediately starts you thinking "YES! We can do this! -- Kevin Doherty, Strategic Staffing Manager, PhilipsVery relevant material, and looking forward to reviewing the book for more specific recommendations. --Angela Deppe, Vendor Management Specialist, AT&T Wireless Services Dr. John Sullivan is a noted author, speaker and educator. He leverages his 30+ years of guidance to Fortune 500 and Global 1000 firms in an innovative new publication from Kennedy Information. Dr. Sullivan continuously challenges the HR profession, driving individuals and corporations to "world-class" performance. His efforts focus on "Changing the DNA" of the HR profession to create a function capable of building and sustaining competitive advantage through talent. His ability to "push the envelope" of HR has led many industry publications to name Dr. Sullivan one of the most influential people in the field of HR. He currently serves as a professor and head of the nationally ranked Human Resource Management Program at San Francisco State University.

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  • PDF | 200 pages
  • John Sullivan(Author)
  • Kennedy Information (January 1, 2003)
  • English
  • 8
  • Business & Money

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  • By Michael L. Gooch on August 22, 2008

    The recent movement in human resources management is to quantify the value of the HR department. No longer satisfied as a necessary evil, the world class human resources VP, director and manager will strive to prove their value to the CEO.This is not always an easy task as many of the activities within HR are seen as merely that - an activity, not a result. HR seems to be very adept at generating activities but not contributing to the bottom line. Anyone that has worked in human resources for any length of time will be quick to point out that we do contribute to the profit or loss. Sadly we have been slow to exhibit our contribution.This is where this book comes in. While it may not contain all the areas of needed measurements, it is an excellent place to start. By following the lead in this book, you will be able to quickly (a few weeks) validate your existence within the organization as a value-added department versus a drain on profits.I highly recommend this book to anyone in HR that wishes to prove their worth. Michael L. Gooch, SPHR Author of Wingtips with Spurs

  • By Henry Eggleston on July 20, 2014

    Very impressive philosophies that can be applied right now.

  • By JCM on February 14, 2010

    This book is a great tool. All HR professionals should have this in their toolbox.

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