From "amritagupta33" : Dear All, Can anyone provide names of best books on HR. Please it is urgent. Regards, Amrita
14th August 2007 From India, Delhi

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14th August 2007 From India, Madras
AMRITA,

HERE ARE SOME USEFUL

HRM BOOKS

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICE

BY MICHAEL ARMSTRONG

KOGAN PAGE PUBL.

[ this is a very comprehensive book ]

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MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT THROUGH TRAINING

BY CHARLES E WATSON

ADDISON-WESLEY PUBL.

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THE ACTION CENTRED LEADER

BY J ADAIR

McGRAW HILL PUBL.

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INTERVENTION THEORY AND METHOD

BY C AVGYRIS

ADDISON-WESLEY PUBL.

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ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE

BY C AVGYRIS

ADDISON-WESLEY PUBL.

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REWARD MANAGEMENT

BY ARMSTRONG M / MURLIS H

KOGAN PAGE PUBL.

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THE JOB EVELUATION HANDBOOK

BY ARMSTRONG M , CUMMINS A, HASTINGS S, WOOD W

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ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

BY BECKHARD R

ADDISON -WESLEY PUBL.

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ONE MINUTE MANAGER

BY KEN BLANCHARD

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HUMAN CAPITAL

BY DAVENPORT TO

JOSSEY - BASS PUBL.

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STRATEGIC HR MANAGEMENT

BY MABEY C / SALAMAN G

BLACKWELL PUBL.

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CAREER DEVELOPMENT IN FLAT STRUCTURE

MOTIVATING PEOPLE IN LEAN ORGANIZATION

BOTH BY HOLBECHE L

BUTTERSWORTH PUBL.

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HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY.

REGARDS

LEO LINGHAM
15th August 2007 From India, Mumbai
Can any advice some good books on 1.Performance management. 2.Competency Mapping. 3.Training and Development.
15th August 2007 From India, Mumbai
try this site www.beste-books.blogspot.com some good collecton of ebooks.... you can also download it for free...
16th August 2007
Hi Amrita
"Magic Numbers for Human Resource Management - Basic Measures to Acheive Better Results" by Hugh Bucknall and Zheng Wei (ISBN 0-470-82161-2).
This is a practical book that provides the first roadmap to explore the multiple levels of HR information and how to build data to calculate the HR matics. It's a definitive guide for every HR Dept.
sangeeta 8) 8)
16th August 2007 From India, Mumbai
HR RESOURCES --- BOOKS

PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

Armstrong, M. Performance Management: Key Strategies and Practical

Guidelines. London: Kogan Page. 2000.

Armstrong, M. & Baron, A. Performance Management: The New Realities.

London: Institute of Personnel & Development. 1998.

Bacal, R. Performance Management. New York: McGraw Hill. 1999.

Law.ler, E. Organisational Effectiveness: New Realities and Challenges in The

Performance Imperative. San Francisco, CA: Jossey‑Bas,s. 1995.

Rolstadas, A. (ed.). Performance Management: A Business Process

Benchmarking Approach. London: New York: Chapman & Hall. 1995.

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COMPETENCE MAPPING

The handbook of competence mapping

SEEMA SANGHI

SAGE PUBLICATIONS

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360 degree feedback , C. MAPPING, ASSESSMENT CENTRE

BY

SHARMA / R . RADHA

[ tata Macgraw hill ]

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2004 ASTD COMPETENCY STUDY

PAUL BERTHANAL

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TRAINING & DEVELOPMENT

Buckley, R. and Caple, J. (2000) The Theory and Practice of Training, Kogan Page.

Pfeffer, J. and Sutton, R. (1999) The Knowing‑Doing Gap, Harvard Business School

Press.

Rae, L. (1995) Techniques of Training, Aldershot, Hampshire, England; Brookfield,

USA: Gower.

Woodall, J. & Winstanley, D. (1998) Management Development: Strategy &

Practice, Malden, Mass.: Blackwell Business.

Horton, W. (2000) Designing Web‑based Training: How to Teach Anyone

Anything Anywhere Anytime, John Wiley & Sons.

Rosenberg, M. (2000) E‑Learning: Strategies for Delivering Knowledge in the

Digital Age, McGraw‑Hill Trade.

Rudestam, K. and Schoenholtz‑Read, J. (2002) Handbook of Online Learning:

Innovations in Higher Education and Corporate Training, Sage Publications.

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REGARDS

LEO LINGHAM
16th August 2007 From India, Mumbai
hi Can anyone provide with Books for HR which could be used for references in offices?? rgrds, Aparna
16th August 2007 From India, Mumbai
Hi, Please suggest me the book on Human Resource & development — -for beginners. I would like to understand from the basic and after that i will chose some higher rated books. Rgds Anurag
4th August 2015 From India, Noida

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