Corporate India and HR Management : Creating Talent Pipelines, Leadership Competencies, and Human Resources
Based on extensive research and interviews with leading Indian organizations in different sectors, this primer to the Indian corporate culture and community outlines the rapid changes occurring in the country's business environment, illustrating their profound impact on the nature of its HR practices. Taking today's challenging economy into account, this reference demonstrates how developing diverse talent pipelines, fostering sustainable leadership competency, and appreciating the role of employer branding is a trying but vital priority for Indian businesses as well as international companies managing an Indian workforce.
- Paperback | 120 pages
- 137.16 x 198.12 x 10.16mm | 158.76g
- 01 Oct 2010
- Society for Human Resource Management
- Alexadria, VA, United States
- 21 tables, 1 diagram
"Corporate India and HR Management serves as a thoughtfully analyzed primer for anyone interested in HR management in India. The most valuable aspect of the book is its deep dive into the changing face of HR management in India." -- Manjushree Badlani, chief HR and administrative officer, Jhpiego "Corporate India and HR Management provides useful information for a variety of audiences; those in human resources and management in India, Indian companies doing business globally, as well as those interested in or currently doing business in India. In addition, this publication provides organizations dealing with Indian companies outside of India with unique insights to optimize their relations." -- Rohini Anand, PhD, senior vice president and global chief diversity officer, Sodexo "The book regularly lets Indians tell their own story in their own words in these pages, which not only brings the text alive but grounds its observations and findings in everyday reality. If you need to quickly get up to speed on HR in India, this book will be the answer to your prayers." -- Craig Storti, author, Speaking of India: Bridging the Communication Gap When Working with Indians
About Society for Human Resource Management
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world's largest association devoted to human resource management. Composed of more than 250,000 members in more than 140 countries and more than 575 affiliated chapters, they have served the needs of HR professionals and advanced the interests of the HR profession for more than 60 years. They are based in Alexandria, Virginia.