Human Resource Champions: The Next Agenda for Adding Value and Delivering Results

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Harvard Business Press, Oct 30, 1996 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
The author argues that the roles of human resource professionals must be redefined to meet the competitive challenges organizations face today and into the future. He provides a framework that identifies four distinct roles of human resource professionals: strategic player, administrative expert, employee champion, and change agent. He includes many examples to demonstrate that human resource professionals must operate in all four areas simultaneously in order to contribute fully. He urges a shift of these professionals' mentality from "what I do" to "what I deliver" and makes specific recommendations for how individuals in human resources can partner with line managers to make organizations more competitive.
 

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Contents

The Next Agenda for Competitiveness Human Resources
1
The Changing Nature of Human Resources A Model for Multiple Roles
23
Becoming a Strategic Partner
53
Becoming an Administrative Expert
83
Becoming an Employee Champion
123
Becoming a Change Agent
151
HR for HR
189
Whats Next?
231
Notes
255
Index
273
About the Author
283
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