James Carpenter's New Book, 'Understanding How Human Resource Managers Rank Their Competencies and the Contributions They Make to Strategic Problem Solving' is an Eye-Opening Dissertation on HRM Policy.
Recent release "Understanding How Human Resource Managers Rank Their Competencies and the Contributions They Make to Strategic Problem-Solving" from Covenant Books author James Carpenter is an in-depth research paper that explores the HRM field and how the skills and competencies developed in this department can be applied to other organizational problems in strategic ways.
JACKSON, Mich., August 10, 2018 (Newswire.com) - James Carpenter, who has seen both sides of management and union during his time working in manufacturing services and as a college administrator, has completed his new book, “Understanding How Human Resource Managers Rank Their Competencies and the Contributions They Make to Strategic Problem-Solving”: a dissertation exploring the full potential of HRM professionals.
James shares, “It is important that all relevant stakeholder interests should be taken into consideration during the decision-making process. Insight on stakeholder positions can provide a more in-depth perspective that might illuminate implications or some potential unintended consequences if a particular decision is taken. Having relevant stakeholder information can help executives understand underlying risk. In addition to this evolution of competitive strategies, forces in the external business environment influence business operations. Federal legislation continues exerting regulatory pressures and expanding the role of human resource management. Responding to the regulatory environment provides another example where HRM professionals can make a significant strategic contribution.”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, James Carpenter’s new book is an astute dissection of a growing field of professionals and their likewise growing discontent with the clashes in policy and decision-making between management and the union.
Carpenter’s research dives into the reasons why the full potential of HRM in most companies is seldom achieved, and what companies can do about it to make the most out of their human resources.
Readers can purchase “Understanding How Human Resource Managers Rank Their Competencies and the Contributions They Make to Strategic Problem-Solving” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.
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