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People are an expensive, critical resource in any organization, and can represent a powerful source of sustained advantage. They profoundly affect other resources, such as customers, brand reputation, intellectual property, and cash. They drive the growth or decline of these resources and possess attributes of their own, such as skills and knowledge that must be carefully developed and nurtured. Despite this, leaders tend to focus on the softer aspects of people management - those that are the least easy to identify and influence, such as motivating, mentoring, and team working - while neglecting the fundamentals of how many people they need, where, when, and to do what. This book redresses the balance, providing a practical, rigorous, and fact-based approach to managing this most sensitive of resources. People Power: Shows leaders how to understand and manage the changes in their staff base over time in the light of often complex interactions between hiring, promotion, development and attrition. Explains where people connect to the tangible resources of the business to help managers deploy them more effectively, get the right number of the best people in the right places, and make the necessary adjustments as the business changes through time. Describes the mechanisms by which people and teams develop skills and shared capabilities so that they can boost the performance of the organization as a whole. Provides a common language in diagrams, words, and numbers to help leaders, HR professionals, and others in the management team understand and communicate how their staff resources are developing through time, thus enabling costly and arduous organizational initiatives to be undertaken with confidence and support. Improving performance by making better decisions about your people is not just a matter for top management; given the right tools, anyone with influence over the way their enterprise works can make a difference. This book provides an original approach to developing organizational effectiveness that is long overdue. Contents Introduction People, resources, and performance Understanding staff dynamics Resource interdependence Understanding resource attributes Rivalry for resources Developing your employer brand Intangible resources Building capabilities Going forward Printed Pages: 106. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 89497
Titel: People Power: Developing the talent to ...
Verlag: Viva Books Private Limited