The contributors to this timely and comprehensive volume provide lucid and intensive analyses of traditional personnel management (TPM) and the corrective and proactive interventions planned by the proponents of HRM. They have also mapped the changes that are taking place in HRM-related policies and strategies. Their detailed expositions of the impact of HRM on labour-management relations are fascinating and amply supported by real-life examples. They examine the ways in which Indian companies in the public and private sectors can evolve appropriate human resource policies, which would help them to prosper and compete. The role of the web economy in the new corporate context is also assessed innovatively.
Preface Introduction - Debi S Saini Globalization and Developments in Human Resource Management - Debi S Saini Labour-Management Relations in The Era of Globalization - C S Venkata Ratnam The New Organization and Human Resource Management - Sami A Khan Human Resource Management: The Road to Neo-Taylorism in Management Thought - E M Rao Human Resource Management and Corporate Strategy - J S Sodhi Performance Management: Systems, Processes and Organizational Practices - Somnath Ghosh A Strategic Approach to Downsizing - Y R K Reddy The Paradox of Employee Empowerment: Illusion or Reality? - R S Dwivedi The Human Price of Enterprise: Managing Individual and Organizational Boundaries: With New Learning Horizons - Ajeet N Mathur Industrial Relations in a Globalizing India - Kuriakose Mamkoottam Quality of Worklife and Industrial Relations: Linking the Inevitables - Jacob Mankidy Democratic Industrial Relations in a Global Perspective - Gyorgy Szell Managing Separation PRANABESH RAY/ Human Resources in Work Cultures - Jai B P Sinha Technological Change and Human Resource Management - Ishwar Dayal Human Resource Management in the Web Economy - Jean-Marc Le Duc Leadership for the Twenty-first Century Organizations - Udai Pareek Index