Investing in What Matters

Investing in What Matters : Linking Employees to Business Outcomes

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Providing a structured plan for human resource (HR) professionals, this detailed manual instructs corporations how to achieve their business goals through the resourceful employment of their staff. Practical and informative, this handbook emphasizes the direct correlation between employees, data, and business outcomes. A flexible approach that can be tailored to any organization guides HR personnel through the process of acquiring a quantitative examination of the impact of critical business decisions. From driving sales to decreasing turnover, this proposal transforms the workforce into a business' biggest asset.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 200 pages
  • 152.4 x 226.06 x 12.7mm | 204.12g
  • Society for Human Resource Management
  • Alexadria, VA, United States
  • English
  • New.
  • 158644137X
  • 9781586441371
  • 2,499,980

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"The approach in this book is practical and can be applied in all types of organizations. We now use this process with our clients to clearly demonstrate the impact that our performance improvement initiatives have on organizational results." Ed Locke, managing partner, Warner Development, Inc."show more

About Shane Douthitt

Shane S. Douthitt, PhD, is a cofounder and principle of Strategic Management Decisions, LLC. He lives in Huntersville, North Carolina. Scott P. Mondore, PhD, is a cofounder and principle of Strategic Management Decisions, LLC, and an adjunct professor of applied psychology at the University of Georgia. He lives in Charlotte, North Carolina.show more

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