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Accountability in Human Resource Management (305 Pages)

by Jack J. Phillips, Patricia Pulliam Phillips and Kirk Smith

 

This new edition is fully revised and updated to reflect developments in the field, such as the rise of talent management and the increased role of technology in HR measurement, and is supported with international examples throughout. New chapters have been added to address business alignment, HR scorecards, analytics maturity, and international applications of the methodology. Case studies, tool templates and lecture slides are provided as online supplements for HR practitioners and students.

Price: S$130

Beyond Learning Objectives (160 Pages)

by Jack J. Phillips, PhD and Patricia Pulliam Phillips, PhD

A learning objective is an extremely important process of developing effective learning programs. The classic idea of learning objectives consist of performance, conditions and criteria. Beyond Learning Objectives expands the classic components of learning objectives from three to six parts: project scope, the four levels of learning (training evaluation, reaction, learning, behavior), results, and the Phillips ROI. With this book, readers will be able to write specific and meaningful learning objectives that address all six components.

Published by ASTD Press

Price: S$70

High-Impact Human Capital Strategy (291 Pages)

by Jack J. Phillips, PhD and Patricia Pulliam Phillips, PhD

Traditionally, human resources has focused on recruiting good people, preparing them for assignments, motivating them to perform, and retaining them. These functions remain essential, but to be successful in turbulent times like ours, human capital strategy needs to be broader and much more far-reaching. High-Impact Human Capital Strategy examines 12 critical forces that must be considered: globalization, changes in workforce demographics, skill shortages and mismatches in labor markets, environmental matters, and more. Case studies and step-by-step guidelines included.

Published by AMACOM

Price: S$60

 
 
 
 
 

Investing In Your Company's Human Capital (288 Pages)

By Jack J. Phillips, PhD

Foreword by Jac Fitz-enz. This book presents five strategies for establishing appropriate levels of investment—monetary and otherwise—in workforce initiatives. The people in a company reflect the investment not only of money, but also of the time dedicated to developing and executing projects and programs. The book addresses four overarching questions: * How much should we invest in human capital, and is it possible to spend too much? * Why is it important to invest (and invest properly) in human capital? * What measures should be monitored? (the author identifies 24) * What are the roles of the CEO and other executives and senior team members? A practical approach to an often mishandled asset, Investing in Your Company's Human Capital is a valuable tool for driving any enterprise's bottom line.

Published by AMACOM

Price: S$60

The Bottomline on ROI, Third Edition (156 Pages)

by Patricia Pulliam Phillips, PhD

If you want a credible approach to show the value of your programs, including the ROI, or area trying to figure out how to incorporate a measurement process within your organization, The Bottomline on ROI is for you. World-renowned expert Patti Phillips will help you make sense of the ROI Methodology and show you how to connect programs, processes, and projects to results in a clear, precise, and logical way that will satisfy even the most demanding C-Suite executives.

Published by HRDQ in 2017

Price: S$50

 

Investing In Your Company's Human Capital (288 Pages)

By Jack J. Phillips, PhD

Foreword by Jac Fitz-enz. This book presents five strategies for establishing appropriate levels of investment—monetary and otherwise—in workforce initiatives. The people in a company reflect the investment not only of money, but also of the time dedicated to developing and executing projects and programs. The book addresses four overarching questions: * How much should we invest in human capital, and is it possible to spend too much? * Why is it important to invest (and invest properly) in human capital? * What measures should be monitored? (the author identifies 24) * What are the roles of the CEO and other executives and senior team members? A practical approach to an often mishandled asset, Investing in Your Company's Human Capital is a valuable tool for driving any enterprise's bottom line.

Published by AMACOM

Price: S$60

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