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Synergy or working together represents a conceptual and theoretical advance in understanding organisations that has provided the theme of recent training and development presentations. It is so basic a concept that it can be either easily dismissed or even overlooked in societies which focus on...
We have seen the impact of the legal system on human resource management increase over the years. These requirements however, have been largely confined to the selection function (eg. E.E.O. Legislation) and discipline (see Delahaye, 1986). A recent decision in the Queensland Industrial...
Alvin Toffler's book, “Future Shock”, is now some 16 years old and yet we are still trying to come to terms with the increasing rates of change in our lives that he so vividly described. Rosabeth Moss‐Kanter, author of “The Change Masters”, claims that in many highly competitive...
The central tenet of this paper is that the philosophy, concepts and tools used by marketing managers provide a fresh approach to meeting the opportunities and challenges faced by human resource managers. A marketing oriented human resource manager is considered more likely to make an impact on...
The concept of the Cooperation Threshold gives Australian industry a basis on which to analyse and resolve conflicts and so benefit from new manufacturing techniques such as the Japanese ‘just‐in‐time’ method. The cooperation threshold in any dispute can be identified by the use of four...
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