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Human Resource Management In Developing Countries

Author : Pawan S. Budhwar
ISBN : 9781134594825
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 61.77 MB
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Focusing on HRM developments in thirteen developing countries across Asia, Africa and the Middle East, this book explores the contextual functions of HR in these countries. In addition, it analyzes the more general issues of HRM in cross-national settings to give readers an understanding of HR that is both comparative and contextual. Covering the policies and practices of China, South Korea, Taiwan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya and South Africa, each chapter follows a framework that draws out all of the unique and diverse configurations of HRM. This important text is an invaluable resource for all HRM practitioners, students and scholars of HRM, international HRM and international business.
Category: Business & Economics

Human Resource Management Issues In Developing Countries

Author : Farhad Analoui
ISBN : 9780429842634
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 39.93 MB
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Published in 1998, this work brings together 17 individual papers written by academics, practioners and consultants who have dealt with human resource issues in various contexts and developing countries. It covers management, education and training and through these addresses ethnic and gender issues, financial markets in transition economies and agricultural development. Countries featuring in the studies include Bangladesh, Ghana, Pakistan, and Costa Rica - and the authors draw on their own experiences in these countries.
Category: Social Science

Human Resources Management In Education

Author : Austin Ezenne
ISBN : 9781617355592
Genre : Education
File Size : 86.4 MB
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This book, Human Resources Management in Education, Developing Countries Perspectives, contains eleven chapters. Human resources in an educational organisation refer to all the human beings working in that organisation, including teachers, students, administrators and all other members of staff working in that organisation. The study of human resources management in education will provide you with a theoretical and practical knowledge about the processes of acquiring employees, establishing good relationships with them, training and developing them, retaining and compensating them for their services are important because effective school leadership and management have become very crucial in recent times in the management of educational organisations. Numerous problems are facing many school systems in developing countries today and human, financial and material resources are scarce, and therefore strategic management of all resources is crucial for achieving the goals of the educational systems and the school organisations.
Category: Education

Effective Human Resource Development

Author : Farhad Analoui
ISBN : 1840148543
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 48.52 MB
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Human resources now constitute the most important component of the modern organization. The misguided view that Human Resource Development (HRD) is becoming a concern for organizations and enterprises only in the Western world is a folly. The need of HRD's contribution to development has not only become accepted but has also been widely promoted by both the national and international funding and aid agencies in the field.
Category: Business & Economics

Human Resource Management In Indonesia

Author : Jenny S Lange
ISBN : 9783836693431
Genre : Business & Economics
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Indonesia, with over 240 million people and rich of natural resources and abundant human resources, is very attractive for investors operating in wide array of industries. Many reports on Human Resource Management (HRM) and the English journals have written about the developing countries in Europe, Africa, and Asia (countries such as Hong Kong, China, and India), but surprisingly, writing on HRM issues in Indonesia has been rare and mainly limited to labor economics and macro-level Human Resources Development. Therefore, this thesis intends to make a contribution to literatures of HRM issues in Indonesia, with the example for German companies which are establishing their subsidiaries in Indonesia. This book examines Human Resource Management Issues in Indonesia from environment context such as political, economical, socio-cultural, technological, environmental and legal perspective (PESTEL Analysis); culture dimension difference between Indonesia and Germany; and the current issues of managing human resources in Indonesia by firms, especially for multinational companies, such as issues of general condition of labors, recruitment and selection process, compensation appraisal, performance management, trade unions and gender. Regarding HRM issues, the study has also shown that foreign companies have many threats, if they establish their subsidiaries in Indonesia. But on the other hand, Indonesia has some strengths and already improved some essential sectors that should be considered as opportunities for foreign companies, such as abundance in labors, rich natural resources, good international relationships, increasing foreign trades and FDI, growing telecommunication development, and starts improving national education and health. As conclusion, the HRM issues for foreign companies establishing a subsidiary in Indonesia are very complex, especially due to environment aspects and culture dimension difference. However, through understanding culture dimension of Indonesian societies, use the opportunities and minimize the risks, managing people in Indonesia is not an impossible mission.
Category: Business & Economics

Energy And Human Resource Development In Developing Countries

Author : William Hickey
ISBN : 9781137570826
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book is about engaging and empowering people through their own domestic resources, by using upstream energy to create larger downstream employment opportunities. Incorporating sustainability, resource enhancement, and energy responsibility can generate awareness and better utilization of the resources and reduce reliance on foreign aid and economic development programs, which reinforce a North/ South consumption-based economy rather than empower the localized population. The author proposes a new paradigm of employee development, localized engagement, and empowerment for resource-rich developing Asian countries, based on the utilization and upbraiding of their resources in-situ. Here scholars, policymakers, and investors will find that human resource development (HRD) can structure constructive change through criterion-based education and reap economic prosperity.
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Managing In Developing Countries

Author : Betty Jane Punnett
ISBN : 9781351795746
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book considers management theories and approaches specifically in the context of developing countries. In recent years, international business scholarship has increased its focus on the developing world, which represents 80 percent of the global population and has doubled its share of value-added trade in the past two decades. This text will help readers to manage successfully in this region by learning to assess, apply, and adapt established practices in developing countries. Punnett begins by identifying the characteristics of the developing world—Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, India, Latin America, and the Middle East—and the companies therein to help students understand how the reality of these countries influences business and management. By tracking a fictional product through the internationalization process, students will navigate the challenges of operating an international company from a developing country base, using a traditional model of management focused on planning, organizing, staffing, leading, and controlling. They will also gain insight into ethical considerations likely to arise, such as differential treatment based on personal characteristics and age dispersion. Cases, discussion questions, personal stories, and end-of-chapter exercises will help readers to grapple with issues and test their learning. Complete with chapter objectives and "Lessons Learned" boxes to facilitate understanding, Managing in Developing Countries is an excellent supplement for international business or international management students with a special interest in the developing world.
Category: Business & Economics

Resource Management In Developing Countries

Author : Valentine Udoh James
ISBN : 0897892275
Genre : Business & Economics
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Resource Management in Developing Countries takes an interdisciplinary approach to the problem of resource management in developing countries. Focusing on Africa, the author explains the reasons for the continent's declining resource base from historical, geographical, economic, and political perspectives, and illustrates the links among all these factors. He explores key resource management issues such as threats to ecological systems, water quality management and agricultural production, using illustrative case studies where appropriate.
Category: Business & Economics

The Human Factor In Governance

Author : W. McCourt
ISBN : 9780230208308
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 80.36 MB
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This book explores the ways governments manage public employees in developing countries, and how this in turn impacts on the success of national development and governance strategies. It presents seven in-depth case studies from developing countries in Africa and Asia and proposes ways forward for Human Resource Management in developing countries.
Category: Business & Economics