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Titles by subject category General Business Skills

Human Resource Management Human Resource Management for MBA and Business Masters

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Business Ethics in Practice

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Human Resource Practice

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Researching and Writing Dissertations

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Human Resource Management in a Business Context

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The Business Skills Handbook

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Studying Human Resource Management

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Business Research Methods

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Human Resource Management

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Business Environment

48

Human Resource Management at Work

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Personal Development and Management Skills

49

International Human Resource Management

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Talent On Tap

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Human Resource Management in Context

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Managing Financial Information

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Introduction to Human Resource Management

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The Independent Consultant’s Survival Guide

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International Human Resource Management

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Managing Information and Statistics

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Research Methods in Human Resource Management

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Leadership

Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management

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Critical Issues in Human Resource Management

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Leading, Managing and Developing People

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Human Resource Management

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Managing and Leading People

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Human Resource Management in Organisations

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Developing Skills for Business Leadership

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Equality, Diversity and Discrimination

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Leadership and Management Development

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Cross-Cultural Management in Work Organisations

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Learning and Development Studying Learning and Development

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Learning and Development Practice in the Workplace

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Designing, Delivering and Evaluating L&D

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Continuing Professional Development

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Creating a Learning and Development Strategy

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Training Practice

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Learning Needs Analysis and Evaluation

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Change Management Managing Change

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Coaching Building and Sustaining a Coaching Culture

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Everyone Needs A Mentor

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The Coach’s Coach

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Leadership Coaching

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Employment Law and Relations Employment Law

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Introduction To Employment Law

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Managing Employment Relations

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Employment Relations

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Employee Relations in an Organisational Context

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A Guide to Employment Statutes

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Organisational Development Developing People and Organisations

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People and Organisational Development

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Introduction to Organisational Behaviour

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Recruitment and Performance Management Resourcing and Talent Management

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Performance Management

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Reward Management Reward Management

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Reward Management in Context

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Talent Management Learning and Talent Development

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Managing for Results

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Human Resource Management for MBA and Business Masters Edition 3

<< Offers a solid foundation in

both the theory and practice of HRM through a wide variety of pedagogical features

<< New to this edition: a greater

international and contemporary focus, fresh case studies, coverage of the impact of new forms of employment and technology on HR and updated online resources

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 31/01/2017 £44.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843984429 9781843984597

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This book

<< Online resources: an instructor’s manual, videos, multiple-choice questions and additional case studies for tutors plus multiplechoice questions and additional case studies for students

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Iain Henderson is a senior teaching fellow at Edinburgh Business School, Heriot-Watt University, UK.

Packed with practical information and offering a solid foundation in HRM theory, Human Resource Management for MBA and Business Masters covers all the topics MBA students need to know in a concise, accessible way. One of the only texts available for HR nonspecialist students doing a Masters or MBA, it looks at the changing world of the line manager and HR professional with regard to key topics such as HRM and strategy, employee resourcing, human resource development, employee relations and performance management. Annotated further reading for each chapter and questions for each case study help cement knowledge and understanding. Now aimed at a wider readership of management Masters students, this fully updated 3rd edition of Human Resource Management for MBA and Business Masters features a greater international and contemporary focus, fresh case studies, coverage of the impact of new forms of employment and technology on HR and updated online supporting resources. With diagrams and models throughout, it covers topics such as CSR, organisational culture and change, performance management and talent management, the criticisms of HRM levelled by the Critical Management School and different HRM challenges as they relate to each chapter. Online supporting resources for tutors include an instructor’s manual, videos, multiple-choice questions and additional case studies; additional resources for students include multiplechoice questions and additional case studies.

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

Human Resource Management Employee Resourcing Learning and Development Employee Relations Human Resource Management and the Design of Work Managing Performance Managing Rewards The Global Context of HRM - International and Comparative HRM Contemporary Issues and Future Trends

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This book

<< Provides all the practical skills

and critical information needed by HR professionals to practice successfully

<< New to this edition: explores

the application of models within the practice of HR, including the Ulrich model, discusses employee engagement and well-being in the workplace, and provides further information on the practical elements of HR, including law, recruitment and selection, performance management and reward

<< Online resources: offers additional material helpful and relevant to both students and teachers, including lecturer’s guides, PowerPoint slides, annotated web links, and updates from the authors’ blog

Human Resource Practice Edition 7

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 30/06/2016 £46.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843984061 9781843984481

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Human Resource Practice provides a practical and accessible guide for students and anyone looking to gain a thorough understanding of HR, and is the definitive text for the CIPD’s Certificate in HR Practice. International case studies, examples and activities enable the reader to engage with the key areas of practical HR management, including the legal background to employment, learning and development, change in organisations and employee relations.

Malcolm Martin BSc, Chartered FCIPD has been involved in the design and delivery of CIPD programmes since 1993. His experience covers a range of sectors from care, education and manufacturing, to polymers, chemicals and steel, and he has held management positions in industrial relations, project management and human resources.

This fully updated 7th edition of Human Resource Practice explores the application of models within the practice of HR, including the Ulrich model, timely discussion on employee engagement and well-being in the workplace, and further information on the practical elements of HR, including law, recruitment and selection, performance management and reward. From two renowned experts in HR practice, this clear and in-depth text will provide you with all the skills and information that you need for a successful career in HR. Online resources offered are useful and relevant for both students and tutors, including lecturer’s guides, PowerPoint slides and annotated web links.

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Introduction and Overview The Organisational Context The Legal Background to Employment Job Analysis Recruitment and Selection Performance Management Reward Employee Relations Learning and Development Information and Communication Technology in HR 11 Change in Organisations 12 Personal Effectiveness

Fiona Whiting MSc, LLb, Chartered FCIPD is a freelance HR consultant with many years’ experience working across the public, voluntary and private sectors. She has held a number of Board level HR Director posts within the NHS and is co-founder and Director of consultancy ThePeopleEffect.

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Human Resource Management in a Business Context Edition 3

<< Is the essential text for all

postgraduate and undergraduate students studying the broader business context within which HR operates

<< New to this edition: updated to

include an even broader range of global case studies with extended coverage from China and India and updates to policies and legislation

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 01/06/2016 £45.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843984047 9781843984511

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This book

<< Online resources: provides

additional case studies and activities, alongside lecturer’s guides, PowerPoint slides and annotated web links

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John Kew is an educational consultant and has written flexible learning material for the CIPD’s Professional Development Scheme.

Highly accessible and student-friendly, Human Resource Management in a Business Context is the core text for the CIPD advanced-level module, Human Resource Management in Context, and is also essential reading for other undergraduate and postgraduate HR and business degrees. In clear and easy to navigate chapters, which consider government policy, regulation, the world economy and demographic and social trends, this book provides the firm theoretical background that you can apply in practice.

John Strewick is Senior Lecturer at University of Bedfordshire and a well renowned author. He is Visiting Professor at Webster University (US) based in Regents Park.

Human Resource Management in Practice is packed with international case studies, examples and activities that will actively engage you with the different areas of knowledge and allow you to work through the material step-by-step. This edition is fully updated to include an even broader range of global case studies with extended coverage from China and India and updates to policies and legislation. The online resources available have also been expanded on, and now provide additional case studies and activities, alongside lecturer’s guides, PowerPoint slides and annotated web links.

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Human Resource Management in Context The Managerial Context of Human Resources The Competitive Environment Government Policy Regulation The World Economy Demographic and Social Trends Technology Ethics, Social Responsibility and Sustainability Strategic Management HR Delivery, Strategy and Performance

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This book

<< Designed specifically to address the core units of the CIPD intermediate level qualification in HRM

Studying Human Resource Management

<< New to this edition: includes new material on the HR function and the job of the HR manager

<< Online resources: videos,

podcasts, lecturer slides with tutor notes, multiple choice questions, extra case studies, annotated web links and a glossary

Edition 2

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 24/05/2016 £46.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843984153 9781843984405

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Written by experts in the field with a wealth of academic and practical experience, Studying Human Resource Management is essential reading for all those studying the intermediate level CIPD qualification in HRM. With its discussion of studying HRM, managing and coordinating the HR function and business issues in the context of HR, this is also invaluable reading for all students on undergraduate HRM and Business and Management degrees.

Stephen Taylor, is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Exeter Business School, UK and also a Chief Examiner for the CIPD . He previously taught at Manchester Business School and Manchester Metropolitan University Business School.

Studying Human Resource Management also has extensive coverage of developing professional practice and using information in HR and now includes additional material on the HR function as well as new coverage of the job of the HR manager. Supported by brand new online resources including videos, podcasts and interactive multiple choice questions as well as a lecturer guide, PowerPoint slides and additional case studies, this is a crucial book for all those teaching and studying human resources management.

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Studying HRM (Stephen Taylor and Carol Woodhams) 2 Managing and Co-Ordinating the HR Function (Krystal Wilkinson and Stephen Taylor) 3 Business Issues and the Contexts of Human Resources (Stephen Taylor and Krystal Wilkinson) 4 Developing Professional Practice (Ted Johns and Graham Perkins) 5 Using Information in Human Resources (Graham Perkins and Carol Woodhams) 6 Developing the Knowledge and Skill of the HR Professional (Carol Woodhams, Graham Perkins and Krystal Wilkinson)

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Professor Carol Woodhams is an Associate Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of Exeter Business School, UK. She has held various positions within the CIPD including National Examiner for Designing and Delivering Training and Editor of the flexible learning materials at Intermediate and Advanced levels.

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Human Resource Management

This book

<< Designed specifically to address

the optional units of the CIPD intermediate qualification in HRM

People and Organisations Edition 2

<< New to this edition: three new

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 23/05/2016 £45.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843984160 9781843984412

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

chapters on Human Resource Development; Improving Organisational Performance and Organisational Design and Development

<< Online resources: videos,

podcasts, lecturer slides with tutor notes, multiple choice questions, glossary and annotated web links

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Stephen Taylor, is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Exeter Business School, UK and also a Chief Examiner for the CIPD. He previously taught at Manchester Business School and Manchester Metropolitan University Business School.

Written by experts in the field, Human Resource Management: People and Organisations is essential reading for all those studying the intermediate level CIPD qualification in HRM. It contains essential coverage of key HR topics including resourcing and talent planning, reward management and contemporary developments in employment relations, making it equally valuable to all students on undergraduate HRM and Business and Management degrees.

Professor Carol Woodhams is an Associate Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of Exeter Business School, UK. She has held various positions within the CIPD including National Examiner for Designing and Delivering Training and Editor of the flexible learning materials at Intermediate and Advanced levels.

This second edition of Human Resource Management: People and Organisations now includes three brand new chapters on Human Resource Development; improving organisational performance and organisational design and development as well as additional real-life case studies throughout, ensuring the most comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of people and organisations. Fully supported by online resources including new videos, podcasts and interactive multiple choice questions as well as a lecturer guide and PowerPoint slides for instructors, this is an authoritative, informative and engaging guide essential for all HR students

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Human Resource Service Delivery (Gail Swift) Employment Law (Stephen Taylor and Krystal Wilkinson) 3 Resourcing and Talent Planning (Krystal Wilkinson and Stephen Taylor) 4 Employee Engagement (Ted Johns and Cecilia Ellis) 5 Contemporary Developments in Employee Relations (Cecilia Ellis) 6 Reward Management (Graham Perkins and Carol Woodhams) 7 Human Resource Development (Graham Perkins) 8 Organisational Design and Organisational Development (Claire Roberts) 9 Improving Organisational Performance (Stephen Taylor)

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<< Promotes a critical awareness of HRM through case studies, examples and activities

Human Resource Management at Work

<< New to this edition: coverage

of knowledge intensive firms, employee engagement and talent management along with additional coverage of International and Comparative HRM with new case studies and a review of the latest literature

<< Online resources: instructor’s manual and lecture slides

Edition 6

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 15/03/2016 £47.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983712 9781843984368

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A leading textbook in its field, Human Resource Management at Work provides a clear introduction to the multiple meanings of HRM and the relationship between strategy and HRM. Covering international and comparative HRM as well as HRM and performance, it is filled with case studies and activities to bring the subject to life while summarising the major forces shaping HRM and looking at the principal theoretical frameworks.

Michael Marchington is emeritus professor of Human Resource Management at Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK. He is a Chartered Companion of the CIPD.

Ideal for business and HR students taking a critical look at HRM theory and practice, this fully updated 6th edition of Human Resource Management at Work combines the latest research with real-world examples. Linking theory with practice, it encourages a critical awareness of HRM through case studies, real-world examples and activities. Now with a closer analysis of the forces shaping HRM at work and the growth of insecure work, it also features new case studies, an updated literature review and a stronger emphasis on International and Comparative HRM. Knowledge intensive firms, employee engagement and talent management are discussed in detail as well, as is the role of bodies such as ‘Engage for Success’ in promoting new methods of working. Online supporting resources include an instructor’s manual and lecture slides.

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1 HRM, Strategy and the Global Context 1.1 HRM, Strategy and Corporate Social Responsibility 1.2 Forces Shaping HRM at Work 1.3 High Commitment HRM: Policy and Practice 1.4 Aligning HRM with Organisational Goals and Market Context 1.5 International and Comparative HRM 2 Responsibilities for Delivering HRM 2.1 The Role of the HR Function in Changing Times 2.2 Line Managers, Leadership and HRM 3 HRM Practices and Processes 3.1 Resourcing and Talent Management 3.2 Performance Management 3.3 Learning and Knowledge Development 3.4 Managing Employment Relations 3.5 Employee Involvement and Participation: Creating Engagement and Voice in the Workplace 3.6 Reward Management 3.7 Examining the Links between HR Practices and Processes and Organisational Performance 4 HRM and Performance from a Business Perspective 4.1 Research Skills and Project Management

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Adrian Wilkinson is a professor and the director of the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing at Griffith University, Australia. He is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD. Rory Donnelly is a reader in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour at Birmingham Business School, UK. He is a Chartered Member of the CIPD. Anastasia Kynighou is a senior lecturer in Human Resource Management at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. She is a Chartered Member of the CIPD.

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International Human Resource Management

This book

<< Explores cross-cultural HRM,

comparative HRM and international HRM in detail

<< New to this edition: extended Edition 4

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 15/01/2016 £45.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983750 9781843984139

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

coverage of cross-cultural management, a broader scope of countries and key topics such as global talent management, global leadership, global knowledge management, and differing national contexts

<< Online resources: instructor’s manual, lecture slides and additional case studies

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Chris Brewster is a professor of International HRM at Henley Business School, UK.

International Human Resource Management is a critically engaging and student friendly textbook for International HRM modules at all levels. Providing wide international coverage and incorporating a global strategy perspective, it offers a particular focus on cross-cultural, comparative and strategic HRM issues, with a strong emphasis on culture and its impact on organisational behaviour and HRM.

Elizabeth Houldsworth is an associate professor of HRM at Henley Business School, UK. Paul Sparrow is the director of the Centre for Performance-Led HR and professor of International HRM at Lancaster University Management School, UK. Guy Vernon is an associate professor of Human Resource Management at Southampton University, UK.

This fully updated 4th edition of International Human Resource Management includes extended coverage of cross-cultural management, a broader scope of countries and key topics such as global talent management, global leadership, global knowledge management, and differing national contexts. Filled with geographically diverse examples and case studies, and covering topics from culture and reward systems to managing expatriate assignment and diversity in international forms of working, it is an ideal textbook for all students of international HRM as well as HRM specialists and practicing managers. Online supporting resources include an instructor’s manual, lecture slides and additional case studies.

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International HRM - An Introduction Cross-Cultural Human Resource Management 2.1 Differing National Contexts 2.2 The Impact of National Culture 2.3 Culture and Organisation Life 3 Comparative Human Resource Management 3.1 Employee Relations and Collective Communication 3.2 The Organisation of Work 3.3 Flexibility and Work Life Balance 3.4 Recruitment and Selection 3.5 Performance Management 3.6 Rewards 3.7 Training and Development 3.8 Global HRM Departments 4 International Human Resource Management 4.1 International HRM - Theory and Practice 4.2 Managing Expatriate Assignments 4.3 Managing Diversity in International Forms of Working 4.4 Integrating Global HRM Practices 4.5 Globalising HRM

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This book

<< Helps students understand, analyse and critically evaluate key issues including the managerial and business environment, how HR strategies are shaped, globalization and demographic, social and technological trends

<< New to this edition: enhanced

emphasis on the impact of the external environment on the HR profession, a discussion of the impact of technology and social media, increased coverage of ethics and CSR and links to the HR Profession Map

<< Online resources: instructor’s

manual, lecture slides, annotated web links and answers to/guidance for the chapter activities for lecturers

Human Resource Management in Context Strategy, Insights and Solutions Edition 4

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 13/02/2015 £46.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983583 9781843984023

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HR functions within both internal and external contexts. The understanding of both contexts is crucial for comprehending how and why they drive HR strategies and practices in organisations, as well as the rules and structures within which they work. Built around five major themes which impact upon the HR function, and mapping to the CIPD Level 7 module of the same name, Human Resource Management in Context enables students to understand the complex and changing organisational context in which HR operates today by providing a comprehensive breakdown of the concepts, theories and issues from globalization and government policy to demographic, social and technological trends.

David Farnham, Chartered Fellow of the CIPD, is an emeritus professor at the University of Portsmouth and visiting professor at the University of Greenwich, UK. He has been a visiting professor at the University of East London, a visiting senior research fellow at the University of South Wales and a visiting senior research fellow at the Catholic University Leuven. He is Chief Examiner for the CIPD and a member of the advisory board of the Personnel Policies Study Group of the European Group of Public Administration, Brussels.

This fully updated 4th edition of Human Resource Management in Context includes a range of pedagogical features, balancing theory with practical analysis to form an engaging insight into the strategic side of HR. It includes enhanced emphasis on the impact of the external environment on the HR profession, a discussion of the impact of technology and social media, increased coverage of ethics and CSR and links to the HR Profession Map. Online supporting resources for lecturers include an instructor’s manual, lecture slides, annotated web links and guidance for the chapter activities.

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1.1 1.2 1.3 2 2.1 2.2 3 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5

Introducing Human Resource Management, Organisation and Management Human Resource Management and its External Contexts Contemporary Organisations and their Internal Contexts The Managerial and Business Contexts of Organisations Strategy Formulation and Implementation Developing Corporate Strategies Developing Human Resource Strategies The External Contexts of Human Resource Management Markets and the Competitive Context Globalisation and International Factors Demographic and Social Trends The Technological Context Government Policy and Legal Regulation

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Introduction to Human Resource Management

This book

<< Balances theory with practice,

covering aspects of organisational culture, the role of the HR practitioner, HR planning

A Guide to HR in Practice Edition 3 Imprint: Date: Price: ISBN Paperback: e-book: Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

<< New to this edition: updates on

legislation along with coverage of the rise of social media and e-recruitment, employer branding, onboarding and socialization for attracting and retaining staff, new methods for delivering learning and development

CIPD 22/09/2014 £47.99

<< Online resources: instructor’s manual and lecture slides

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Charles Leatherbarrow, Chartered FCIPD, is a senior lecturer in HRM at the University of Wolverhampton, UK.

Introduction to Human Resource Management is a comprehensive and accessible guide to the subject of HRM. Drawing on the authors’ experiences in both the public and private sectors, and underpinned by academic theory, this textbook follows the logical sequence of the employment cycle and shows how human resource management plays out in practice. It covers organisational culture, the role of the HR practitioner, HR planning, recruitment and selection, talent management, L&D, motivation and performance, health and safety, diversity and equality, employment law, change management and handling and managing information.

Janet Fletcher, Chartered FCIPD, is a senior lecturer in HRM at the University of Wolverhampton, UK.

With a range of pedagogical features, including contemporary case studies and review questions, Introduction to Human Resource Management maps to the CIPD Certificate in HR Practice and is also ideal for foundation and undergraduate students encountering HRM for the first time. This fully updated 3rd edition has been revised and expanded to include the rise of social media and e-recruitment, the ideas of employer branding, onboarding and socialization for attracting and retaining staff, new methods for delivering learning and development events and updates on legislation. Online supporting resources include an instructor’s manual and lecture slides.

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Organisations Aspects of Organisational Culture Human Resource Management (HRM) The Role of the HR Practitioner Human Resource Planning Recruitment Selection Induction and Retention Learning and Development - Key Concepts Learning and Development - The Practical Aspects Employee Motivation and Performance Employee Reward The Employment Relationship Health, Safety, Well-Being and Work-Life Balance Diversity and Equality Understanding Employment Law Ending the Employment Relationship Change Management Handling and Managing Information

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This book

<< Includes contributions from experts on HR in specific countries and regions

<< Ideal for students studying

International Human Resource Management for the first time or those studying in their second language

<< Online resources: instructor’s

manual, lecture slides, case studies and a bonus chapter on new directions in International HRM as well as annotated web links and self-test questions for students

International Human Resource Management A Cross-cultural and Comparative Approach Edition 1

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 26/04/2013 £46.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983002 9781843983538

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International Human Resource Management is an essential book for all students and HR professionals looking to really understand international HRM. Covering the context of International HRM, HRM and National Culture, HRM in different regions and international HRM policies, this book provides thorough discussion and comprehensive consideration of all elements of international HRM.

Paul Iles is Professor of Leadership and HRM at Glasgow School for Business and Society, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK.

Full of contributions from experts in specific regions including North America, the Middle East and North Africa, India, Russia and China, this book will provide readers with a thorough understanding of HRM around the world. With crucial coverage of international HRM issues including cross-cultural leadership, business ethics, global talent supply and management as well as performance management of international staff, International Human Resource Management is essential reading for all those working or looking to work in HR around the world, particularly those looking to work in multinational companies. Fully supported by online resources including lecture slides, an instructor’s manual, additional case studies and a bonus chapter on issues and new directions in International Human Resource Management as well as annotated web links and self-test questions for students.

Dr. Crystal Ling Zhang is Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour at Leeds Business School, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK.

Table of Contents 1 Introduction and Context 1.1 International HRM, National Differences and the Transfer of HRM (Paul Iles) 1.2 National Difference, Culture and IHRM (Crystal Zhang and Paul Iles) 1.3 Globalisation and IHRM Policies at the Enterprise Level (Paul Iles) 2 HRM and National Culture 2.1 Cross-Cultural Learning - Theories and Principles (Crystal Zhang and Paul Iles) 2.2 Cross-Cultural and Global Leadership, Leadership Development and IHRM (Crystal Zhang and Paul Iles) 2.3 Ethics, Culture and Corporate Social Responsibility (Paul Iles) 2.4 IHRM, Culture and Knowledge Flows in International Alliances, Joint Ventures, Mergers and Acquisitions (Paul Iles) 3 HRM in Different Regions 3.1 HRM in North America and Western Europe - The emergence of a `Western’ HRM model? (Paul Iles) 3.2 HRM in Russia and Central and Eastern Europe (Paul Iles)

3.3 HRM in the Middle East and North Africa (Paul Iles & Niki Kyriakidou) 3.4 HRM in Sub-Saharan Africa (Paul Iles) 3.5 HRM in Latin America (Paul Iles) 3.6 HRM in India (Crystal Zhang, Shakiya Nisa & Paul Iles) 3.7 HRM in China (Paul Iles & Xiaoxian Zhu) 4 International HRM Policies in IES 4.1 Employee Resourcing - Staffing, Recruitment and Selection in International Contexts (Paul Iles and Tingting Jiang) 4.2 Cross-Cultural Training and International HRD (Crystal Zhang & Paul Iles) 4.3 Global Talent Management (Paul Iles, Xiaoxian Zhu) 4.4 Managing the Performance of International Staff (Paul Iles) 4.5 Global Reward Management, Organisational Benefits and Employer Branding (Paul Iles and Tingting Jiang) 4.6 Employment Relations and Employee Voice in a Global Context (Paul Iles)

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Research Methods in Human Resource Management

This book

<< Breaks down a typical HRM project

so students and others conducting research can understand research methods and develop the necessary skills

Investigating a Business Issue Edition 3

attention to methodology issues, more real-life examples, a discussion of ethics in line with current research and practice, ‘Review and Reflect’ sections at the end of each chapter to apply learning to personal experience and professional development, multiple-choice questions for students to track their learning and a glossary of terms

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 24/04/2013 £46.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983088 9781843983545

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<< New to this edition: increased

<< Online resources: instructor’s manual, lecture slides and annotated web links

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Dr. Valerie Anderson, Chartered MCIPD, is Principal Lecturer in HRM at Portsmouth University Business School, UK. She gained extensive HRM and HRD management and consultancy experience in a range of different public and private sector organisations before moving to a career in higher education. Valerie’s main teaching activities relate to research methods, leadership and management, and learning, training and development. Her research interests are focused on learning and development in work organisations. She was the lead researcher for two CIPD research projects: The Value of Learning (2007) and Coaching at the Sharp End (2009).

Fully mapped to the CIPD advanced-level module on Investigating a Business Issue from an HR Perspective, Research Methods in Human Resource Management is a key resource for anyone undertaking a research report. It covers the planning and execution of HRM research projects, from investigating and researching HR issues to designing and implementing research and then evaluating and reviewing the results. Filled with international examples to provide a global perspective, this fully updated 3rd edition of Research Methods in Human Resource Management balances theoretical frameworks and practical guidance. It includes increased attention to methodology issues, more real-life examples and a discussion of ethics in line with current research and practice. ‘Review and Reflect’ sections at the end of each chapter help apply learning to personal experience and professional development, and multiple-choice questions and a glossary of terms help students understand the key concepts. Online supporting resources include an instructor’s manual, lecture slides and annotated web links.

Table of Contents 1 1.1 2 2.1 2.2

Introduction Investigating and Researching HR Issues Plan and Design the Research First Stages Towards an HR Project Finding and Reviewing HR Literature and Information Sources 2.3 Ethics, Professionalism and HR Research 2.4 Planning the Research Process 3 Implement Your Research 3.1 Finding and Using Documents and Organisational Evidence 3.2 Collecting and Recording Qualitative Data 3.3 Analysing Qualitative Data 3.4 Collecting and Recording Quantitative Data 3.5 Analysing Quantitative Data 4 Evaluate and Review 4.1 Writing Up Your Project and Making Recommendations 4.2 Developing Effective Links Between Research and Practice

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This book

<< Takes a uniquely holistic approach

to advanced HRM, which takes the reader logically through a wide variety of issues that affect, and functions that are performed by, HR practitioners

Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management

<< Is packed full of interactive tools

that consolidate learning, including chapter objectives, examples to work through, tasks and activities to encourage the exploration of the issues addressed in greater depth, and key learning points that pull out the most important areas to remember

<< Online resources: includes

annotated web links, for a wealth of useful sources and information to develop understanding, multiple choice questionnaires, PowerPoint slides for tutors to design their programmes, along with Lecturer’s guides

Edition 1

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 12/09/2011 £44.99

ISBN Paperback:

9781843980582

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Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management is uniquely holistic in its approach to advanced HRM and takes the reader logically through a wide variety of practical issues and functions that affect HR practitioners. Topics addressed include competition and choice, people and skills, regulation and public policy, social trends, engaging people, managing an international workforce, and developing and implementing HR strategies. It is an essential one-stop resource that clearly evaluates the issues surrounding the way people are managed, offers insight into the future development of HRM, and provides the theoretical framework that will enable success in practice.

Stephen Taylor, Chartered FCIPD, is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Exeter Business School, UK. He is also a Chief Examiner for the CIPD.

Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management is packed full of engaging features, such as chapter-by-chapter learning outcomes, case studies, critical reflections, questions and activities designed to actively engage you with the material addressed and summaries of key points to aid learning. Taking you step-by-step through the aspects of HR management so vital for the practice of HR within an organisation, Stephen Taylor’s innovative textbook is ideal for students taking an HRM module at undergraduate or Master’s level, as well as students taking other modules that explore people management in relation to the wider business context. Online resources are offered to complement the material and include annotated web links, for a wealth of useful sources and information to develop your understanding, multiple choice questionnaires, PowerPoint slides for tutors to design their programmes, along with Lecturer’s guides.

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Introduction Competition and Choice People and Skills Regulation and Public Policy Social Trends Flexibility and Change Competing for People Managing Expectations Engaging People Managing Knowledge and Learning Managing an International Workforce Managing Ethically Developing HR Strategies Managing the HR Function

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Critical Issues in Human Resource Management Edition 1

<< Provides extensive coverage of the influences and shapers of HR strategy including ethics, technology and employment relations

<< Includes discussion of HRM

in various sectors including manufacturing, private sector, public sector and not-for-profit sector

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 11/11/2010 £45.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843982425 9781843983811

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This book

<< Online resources: lecturer guide

on cases and questions in the book as well as additional seminar activities and discussion topics, powerpoint slides and annotated web links for students

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Ian Roper is Principal Lecturer in Employment Relations and Director of Programmes for HRM at Middlesex University Business School, UK.

Critical Issues in Human Resource Management will enable all HR students to take a critical approach to HR issues. Outlining the influencers and shapers on HR strategy including ethics, managing in different national contexts, employment relations, politics, governance and finance, this book provides students with a full understanding of the complexities of HRM strategy and what the implications of these are. There is also crucial discussion of critical issues in the processes and practice of HRM including the dilemmas of onshoring and offshoring, gender equality, challenging institutional racism and disability discrimination in the modern workplace to enable readers to think deeply and critically about these issues.

Rea Prouska is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management and programme leader for the BA Human Resource Management degree at Middlesex University Business School, UK. Uracha Chatrakul Na Ayudhya is a Lecturer in Human Resource Management at Middlesex University Business School, UK.

Critical Issues in Human Resource Management also includes discussion of the application of HRM in different sectors such as manufacturing, the public sector, the private sector and not-for-profit organisations. This will enable HR students to examine HR practices in specific industries and to think about how issues might be dealt with differently in different sectors, rather than assuming that best practice is universal. Online resources include a lecturer guide with additional seminar activities and discussion topics, PowerPoint slides and annotated weblinks for students to enable them to develop an astute, nuanced and critical approach to human resource management

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The Influences on and Shapers of HR Strategy 1.1 Corporate Governance and HRM 1.2 Ethics: Corporate Social Responsibility and HRM 1.3 Managing HR in Differing National Contexts 1.4 Technology and Work: Is the Future Certain? 1.5 Employment Relations, Finance and the Corporation 1.6 Politics, the Regulatory Environment and HRM 1.7 HRM and Socio-Demographics: Age Diversity and the Future Workforce 1.8 Critical Issues in Managing the Business Environment 2 HR Processes and Practices 2.1 Critical Issues in People Resourcing (1): Reconceptualising Employee Performance 2.2 Critical Issues in People Resourcing (2): The Dilemmas with Outsourcing and Offshoring 2.3 Critical Issues in Employee Relations (1): From Employee Consent to Employee Engagement 2.4 Critical Issues in Employee Relations (2): Global Unions

2.5 Critical Issues in Learning and Development: Beyond ‘the Learning Organisation’ 2.6 Critical Issues in Reward Management: Is the ‘New Pay’ Still New? 2.7 Critical Issues in Equality and Diversity (1): Gender Equity and the Myths of the Work-Life Balance Narrative 2.8 Critical Issues in Equality and Diversity (2): Defining and Challenging Institutional Racism 2.9 Critical Issues in Equality and Diversity (3): Disability Discrimination and the Modern Workplace 3 Contextualising HRM - Sectoral Views of HR Practice 3.1 HRM in Manufacturing 3.2 HRM in Private Services 3.3 HRM in Public Services 3.4 Human Resource Management in the Not-forProfit Sector 4 Conclusions


This book

<< Includes at least two case studies in every chapter to show HR in practice

<< Provides guidance on new concerns for HR including technological innovation and work-life balance

Human Resource Management A case study approach Edition 1

<< Online resources: lecture notes

and powerpoint slides for lecturers and additional case studies and multiple choice questions for students

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 31/01/2008 £47.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843981657 9781843983804

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Human Resource Management: A Case Study Approach is ideal for all HR students with limited real-life experience of HR in the workplace. Covering all the essential HR topics including recruitment, reward, performance management, employment relations, health and safety and equality and diversity, this book expertly uses case studies of these activities and issues in the real world to truly show HR in practice.

Michael Muller-Camen is Professor of International HRM at Middlesex University Business School, UK.

Closely structured around the changing role of the HR function, Human Resource Management: A Case Study Approach provides expert guidance on HR processes and practices in the modern workplace while also looking forward to role of HR professionals in the future. Packed with case studies, international examples and global research, this is an essential resource for all students of HR from the beginning of their studies right through to graduation and into the workplace. Online resources include PowerPoint slides and lecture notes for tutors and additional case studies and multiple choice questions for students.

Richard Croucher is Professor of Comparative Employment Relations and Director of Research at MUBS, UK. Susan Leigh is Programme Leader for the MA in Human Resource Management (NHS) at MUBS and teaches HRM to 2nd year undergraduate students.

Table of Contents 1 Introduction 2 HRM in Context 2.1 The Context of HRM 2.2 People and Human Resources Strategies 2.3 HRM and Technological Innovation 2.4 Labour Law 2.5 Equality and Diversity 3 Employee Resourcing 3.1 HR Planning 3.2 Recruitment 3.3 Selection 3.4 Flexibility and Work-Life Balance 4 Managing Employee Performance and Development 4.1 Psychological Contract, Absence and Turnover 4.2 Performance Management and Appraisal 4.3 Reward Systems 4.4 Training and Development 4.5 Understanding Coaching 4.6 People-Related Measure and High Performance 5 HRM and Employee Representation 5.1 Employment Relations 5.2 Health and Safety at Work 5.3 Employee Communication 6 Contemporary and Critical Issues 6.1 Changing Roles in HRM 6.2 The Organisation of Work 6.3 International HRM 6.4 Instead of HRM - A Cross Cultural Perspective

6.5 Creating Corporate Capability 6.6 CSR and Sustainable HRM 7 Conclusion: Potential Future Development in HRM

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Human Resource Management in Organisations Edition 1

<< Provides students with a sound

understanding of the theoretical approaches to the management of people, and an appreciation of their application within different types of organisations

<< Includes a wide range of

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 30/05/2006 £45.99

ISBN Paperback:

9781843980667

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

This book

pedagogical features to enhance student learning and encourage engagement with the content. These include clear chapterby-chapter learning objectives, activities that encourage students to reflect on the concepts addressed, and opportunities to recap on key points

<< Online resources: offers a

complementary tutor website that includes new resources, such as PowerPoint presentations

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Izabela Robinson, BA, MA, PhD is a Senior Lecturer at Northampton Business School, The University of Northampton, UK. She teaches on a range of HRM programmes. Her research interests include International HRM and labour relations in post-socialist Poland. She is a Fellow of the CIPD and worked previously as a personnel manager in the printing, publishing and footwear industries.

Human Resource Management in Organisations provides students with a sound understanding of the theoretical approaches to the management of people, and an appreciation of their application within different types of organisations. With the use of practical, real life case studies this text identifies and discusses key issues and developments relating to the practice of HR throughout the public sector, privatised utilities, Small and Medium Enterprises and the not-for-profit sectors. Integrating current research with organisational practice, Human Resource Management in Organisations looks at the changing world of work, employee engagement and motivation, attracting and retaining talent, how to be a successful leader, and change management. A broad range of learning tools, including clear chapter-by-chapter objectives, activities that encourage students to reflect on the concepts addressed, and opportunities to recap on key points, allow the reader to proactively engage with the content. This is the definitive textbook to prepare HR students for the realities of people management within the workplace, and will enable them to succeed when applying the theory in practice. For tutors, this textbook also comes with a tutor website that includes new resources, such as PowerPoint presentations.

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Introduction The Changing Context of Employment The Changing World of Work Managing Strategic Organisational Change The Link Between People and Organisational Performance 3 The Organisational Architecture of High Performance 3.1 People within Organisations - Identifying, Attracting and Building Ability 3.2 Resourcing the Organisation 3.3 Developing Ability 3.4 Motivating Ability for High Performance 3.5 Managing and Rewarding Performance at Work 3.6 Providing the Opportunity for High Performance 4 Optimising and Sustaining High Performance 4.1 Leadership 4.2 The HR Challenge

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This book

<< Provides guidance on how to

prevent discrimination and promote equality and diversity in the workplace

<< Includes exercises, case studies and interactive tasks to aid students’ learning

<< Covers key issues in equality,

diversity and discrimination including recruitment, selection, pay and contracts

Equality, Diversity and Discrimination A Student Text Edition 1

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 21/07/2005 £45.99

ISBN Paperback:

9781843981121

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272 246x177 Human Resources Management

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Equality, Diversity and Discrimination is an ideal introductory textbook for anyone studying a module in equality and diversity, particularly those studying the CIPD specialist elective Managing Diversity and Equal Opportunities. This book provides expert coverage of key issues in this area including recruitment and selection diversity and discrimination as well as issues relating to pay and contracts. There is also integral discussion of discrimination at termination of employment and harassment as discrimination.

Kathy Daniels teaches at Aston Business School, UK. She is also a tutor for ICS Ltd in Employment Law and related topics and a tutor on the Advanced Certificate in Employment Law for the CIPD.

Covering everything students need to know to understand equality, diversity and discrimination in the workplace as well as most importantly, how to prevent discrimination and promote equality and diversity, Equality Diversity and Discrimination is an essential handbook for all HR students. Each chapter includes case studies, examples, and legal cases to facilitate students’ understanding and tasks to encourage further research around the subject ensuring that learning continues outside the classroom.

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Introduction to Diversity, Discrimination and Equality Diversity and the Organisation The Scope and Structure of Discrimination Legislation in Britain Grounds for Discrimination (1) Grounds for Discrimination (2) Recruitment, Discrimination and Diversity Selection, Discrimination and Diversity Issues Relating to Pay and Contracts Equality and Diversity within Employee Development Discrimination at Termination of Employment Harassment as Discrimination Preventing Discrimination and Promoting Equality and Diversity

Lynda Macdonald is a self-employed, freelance employment law trainer, advisor and writer. For 15 years, prior to setting up her own business, she gained substantial practical experience of employee relations, recruitment and selection, dismissal procedures, employment law and other aspects of Human Resource Management through working in industry.

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Cross-Cultural Management in Work Organisations

This book

<< Evaluates existing frameworks

and examines the inter-cultural competencies required by managers

<< New to this edition: updated case examples to provide a topical and engaging insight into the subject

Edition 3

<< Online resources: instructor’s

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 17/02/2015 £46.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983675 9781843984030

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

320 246x189 International Business

manual, lecture slides and seminar activities for tutors and web links and self-assessment exercises for students

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Ray French is a principal lecturer at Portsmouth Business School, UK, where he is the subject leader for Organisation Studies and Human Resources.

Formerly rooted firmly in the domain of anthropology, the topic of culture has shifted over the last thirty-five years to become an important component of business and management as organisations have become global. As companies outsource some of their work to other countries, or as employees migrate to new locations, culture can impact upon things such as attitudes to authority, differences in communication styles and ethics, which will affect working relationships. Cross-cultural Management in Work Organisations explores the models and meanings of culture and how these play out in the work environment. The essential introduction to cross-cultural social relations in the workplace, Cross-cultural Management in Work Organisations provides an evaluation of existing frameworks for understanding cross-cultural differences, examines the inter-cultural competencies such as cultural awareness needed by managers and evaluates how both cultural and noncultural factors influence social processes at work. This fully updated 3rd edition includes new examples to provide topical and engaging insight into the subject. It is suitable for all postgraduate students studying cross-cultural management or cross-cultural awareness. Online supporting resources include an instructor’s manual, lecture slides and seminar activities for tutors and web links and self-assessment exercises for students.

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Setting the Scene Introduction Culture - Uses and Limitations The Meaning(s) of Culture Models of Culture - Traditional Approaches Models of Culture - Developments and Debates Cross-Cultural Social Relations in the Workplace 3.1 Culture and Organisation Structure 3.2 Intercultural Communication and Negotiation 3.3 Leadership and Multicultural Teams 3.4 Motivation and Exchange in a Cross-Cultural Context 4 Managing Across or Within Cultures 4.1 Intercultural Competencies, Training and Ethics 4.2 Culture and Human Resource Management 5 Looking to the Future 5.1 Conclusions

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Studying Learning and Development

This book

<< Is written and edited by experts

with a wealth of experience in teaching, writing and examining in the field of Learning and Development

Context, Practice and Measurement Edition 1

<< Has an easy to navigate structure

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 30/01/2017 £46.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843984146 9781843984603

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

that takes students step-by-step through developing the knowledge and skills required for professional practice, the context of learning and development and fully utilising data in order to build a business case for its value within an organisation

<< Online resources: multiple-choice questions for self-assessment, web links, extra case studies and a glossary of key terms, as well as lecturer slides, guides and text banks

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Jim Stewart is Professor of HRD at Liverpool Business School. He is also Chief Examiner of Learning and Development for the CIPD, as well as Visiting Panel Chair and External Moderator.

Studying Learning and Development is the essential textbook for anyone studying the field in order to further their professional development, and HR practitioners wishing to extent their understanding of its background and practical application. With a clear layout that is easy to navigate, it takes you step by step through developing the knowledge and skills required for professional practice, understanding the broader context of learning and development – including the influential factors on achieving strategic objectives and developing policies that suit your organisational needs – and fully utilising learning and development data in order to build a business case for its value within your organisation.

Patricia Rogers is part of the Postgraduate Taught Strategy and Development Group, responsible for the development of postgraduate taught strategies across Coventry University.

Written and edited by experts in the field with a wealth of experience in teaching, writing and examining, Studying Learning and Developmentis the first and only text to map to the unit learning outcomes of the three core modules for the CIPD Intermediate level on the new Learning and Development qualification. Its broad coverage means that it is also ideal for any students studying Learning and Development as part of a wider HR or business degree and wanting to gain a deeper appreciation for the knowledge, skills and planning required for the success of its policies and activities in practice. The additional resources available online, including multiple choice questions for self-assessment, web links to further resources, extra case studies and a glossary of key terms, as well as lecturer slides, guides and text banks, will enhance learning of the text and ensure thorough grounding in the theory. Coming soon: 13 brand new e-books for the optional modules.

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The Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours Required of Learning and Development Practitioners 2 Planning to Meet Personal Learning and Development Needs 3 Working Collaboratively as a Member of a Team or Working Group 4 Applying CPD Techniques to Devise, Implement and Review a Personal Development Plan 5 The Key Factors Influencing Achievement of Strategic Objectives in Varying Organisation; The Nature of Organising and Managing in a Variety of Contexts 6 Developing Learning and Development Policies and Activities to Respond to and Exploit the Limitations and Opportunities arising from Varying Contextual Factors 7 Using Learning and Development Data 8 Conducting a Research Project 9 Conclusions and Future Directions

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This book

<< Shows how to effectively design,

deliver, assess and evaluate learning and development activities in the workplace

<< New to this edition:

coverage of all new topics in the updated CIPD L&D qualification as well as increased discussion of social media and a broader international perspective on the topic

<< Online resources: lecturer guides,

powerpoint slides, annotated web links (including podcasts) as well as additional activities and self-test questions for students

Learning and Development Practice in the Workplace Edition 3

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 15/05/2016 £46.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843984085 9781843984474

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Learning and Development Practice in the Workplace is the definitive textbook for anyone studying the updated CIPD Foundation level Learning and Development (L&D) qualifications and is also ideal introductory reading for those at intermediate level. Part One provides practical guidance for L&D practitioners and Part Two provides essential coverage of all the underlying theories and models giving readers access to everything they need to excel as an L&D professional.

Kathy Beevers, Chartered FCIPD, is a qualified trainer, coach and verifier based in the UK. She runs a training and qualifications consultancy called Lightbulb Learning Ltd .

Learning and Development Practice in the Workplace covers all aspects of L&D practice in an organisation including how to identify L&D needs, how to design, deliver and evaluate learning and development activities as well as how to organise L&D events. There is also practical guidance on using technology to facilitate learning, how to enhance learner engagement and how to support collective and social learning. With a broader international perspective, extended coverage of social media and further critical exploration of learning models this new edition is an indispensable guide for students and practitioners alike.

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Becoming an Effective Learning and Development Practitioner Learning and Development and the Organisation Identifying Learning and Development Needs Designing Learning and Development Activities Delivering Learning and Development Activities Evaluating Learning and Development Activities Using Technology to Facilitate Learning Enhancing Learner Engagement Supporting Collective and Social Learning Supporting Individual Learning through Coaching and Mentoring Assessing Learning and Development Organising Learning and Development Events

Andrew Rea, Affiliate MCIPD, is trainer, coach and facilitator based in the UK with a background in management.

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Designing, Delivering and Evaluating L&D

This book

<< Mixes theory, case application

and exercises to provide a comprehensive exploration of the topic

Essentials for Practice Edition 1

<< Includes a range of case studies

from different countries to illustrate how key ideas and theories are operating in practice around the globe, and are accompanied by questions or activities for students

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 28/05/2014 £46.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983606 9781843983699

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<< Online resources: instructor’s

manual, lecture slides and weblinks

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Peter Cureton is a former associate examiner for designing and delivering training with the CIPD and is currently lecturing on CIPD programmes at Liverpool John Moores University, UK.

As the global economy has changed and thus organisations with it, more learning is delivered at and through work and individuals are encouraged to utilise the opportunities that advances in technology have brought to take charge of their own learning. Essential reading for the CIPD postgraduate unit Designing, Delivering and Evaluating Learning and Development Provision, Designing, Delivering and Evaluating L&D critically examines the contextual factors impacting upon these activities in organisations. With case studies from the public, private and voluntary sectors as well as examples of international practice, the book helps to identify some of the challenges L&D professionals face in a range of environments.

Jim Stewart is chief examiner for Learning and Development with the CIPD, chair of the University Forum for HRD and author of over twenty books on HRD including two for CIPD advanced and intermediate units.

Designing, Delivering and Evaluating L&D is suitable not just for students working towards a CIPD Level 7 qualification, but also for those studying more general business and management degrees, as well as anyone who may have studied the subject previously and wishes to engage in continuous professional development with regard to this key HR practice. Online supporting resources include an instructor’s manual, lecture slides and weblinks.

Table of Contents 1

Designing, Delivering and Evaluating Learning and Development (Peter Cureton and Jim Stewart) 2 Individual and Collective Learning (Clair Doloriert, Jim Stewart and Sally Sambrook) 3 The External and Internal Context (Amanda Lee, Sophie Mills and Dalbir Sidhu) 4 Establishing Learning Needs (Tricia Harrison and Randhir Auluck) 5 Designing Learning Interventions (Crystal Zhang and Niki Kyriakidou) 6 Delivering and Facilitating Learning (Michelle McLardy and Nigel O’Sullivan) 7 Evaluating Learning and Development (Marian O’Sullivan and Michael McFadden) 8 Acting Professionally and Ethically (Peter Cureton and Maureen Royce) 9 Themes and the Future of DDE ( Jim Stewart and Peter Cureton)

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This book

<< Examines the importance of CPD

and the methods that can be used to create and implement a CPD plan

Continuing Professional Development

<< New to this edition: increased

coverage of the critical debate about issues in CPD, an outline of how to organise and encourage CPD and guidance on how senior members of the profession can benefit from CPD

<< Online resources: instructor’s manual and lecture slides

Edition 2

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 22/01/2007 £35.99

ISBN Paperback:

9781843981664

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176 234x156 Learning and Development

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To maximise enjoyment of work and life requires a continual response to the changing world in which we live. Are you living to work or working to live? What would you like to be doing? We need to look within at our latent skills and abilities and explore ways of building on our current talents and developing new aspects of ourselves. Continuing Professional Development explores the importance of continuing professional development (CPD) and the different methods that can be used to analyse development needs and create and implement a CPD plan. It provides practical guidance and a theoretical overview of CPD, including examples and case studies.

David Megginson is a professor of HRD at Sheffield Hallam University, UK. He is on both the membership and education committees of the CIPD and the CPD Working Group. Vivien Whitaker is a lecturer, researcher and consultant at Sheffield Hallam University, UK.

This fully updated 2nd edition of Continuing Professional Development includes increased coverage of the critical debate about issues in CPD, outlines how to organise and encourage CPD and provides guidance on how senior members of the profession can use and benefit from CPD. Activities and self-diagnostic tools, critical debates about issues and coverage of how to organise and encourage CPD all bring the topic to life for CIPD students undertaking the Professional Development Scheme as well as general readers seeking to encourage CPD in the workplace. Online supporting resources include an instructor’s manual and lecture slides.

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Exploring Continuing Professional Development 1.1 Clarifying Continuing Professional Development 1.2 Understanding Continuing Professional Development 2 Engaging in Continuing Professional Development 2.1 Identifying Development Needs 2.2 Prioritising Needs and Selecting Appropriate Activities 2.3 Undertaking Development Activities 2.4 Recording and Evaluating Development 2.5 Organisational Contribution to CPD 3 Consolidating Your CPD Achievements 3.1 Celebrating Success 3.2 Networking Your Future 3.3 Empowering Career Creativity

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Creating a Learning and Development Strategy

This book

<< Explains how to align L&D strategy to overall business strategy

<< Shows how to prove the ROI of

L&D programmes and make the business case for future investment

The HR Business Partner’s Guide to Developing People Edition 2

<< Includes prompt questions

throughout in order to challenge assumptions

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 22/04/2004 £36.15

ISBN Paperback:

9781843980568

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

224 234x156 Learning and Development

Author Information

Description

Andrew Mayo is Professor of Human Capital Management at Middlesex University Business School and a Fellow and Programme Director for the Centre of Management Development at London Business School, UK. He is also Director of Mayo International Learning Ltd, a consultancy specialising in developing human capital.

In order to be effective, Learning and Development (L&D) programmes must be linked to an organisation’s overall business strategy. Creating a Learning and Development Strategy is an engaging, practical and accessible guide which shows HR business partners and L&D professionals how to achieve this. It covers how to plan, create and implement an L&D strategy which aligns to business goals which will not only create value for individual employees but for the organisation as a whole. Through the use of strategic information and tools, along with practical examples, checklists, and assignments, Creating a Learning and Development Strategy will enable HR and L&D professionals to work with colleagues to align learning and development, challenge business assumptions and clarify the organisation’s needs and objectives. Including guidance on prioritising and resourcing, return on investment (ROI) of L&D programmes as well as marketing and political considerations, this book covers everything you need to know to build the business case for L&D programmes and effectively develop people.

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The Context of a People Development Strategy The General or ‘Umbrella’ Strategy Supporting Today’s Priorities Strategies for Professional HRD Management Prioritising and Resourcing Return on Investment Marketing and Political Considerations

The Agile Organization 9780749471316 £19.99

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This book

Training Practice

<< Provides a definitive introduction to training, learning and development both for professionals seeking to further their career and students studying for certificates in Training Practice

<< Strikes a unique balance between

theory and practice not found in competitor titles, providing ideal points for revision and reference, as well as ‘quick tips’, case studies, mini-tasks and questions to aid learning

<< Addresses the need for the

clear and detailed information that is essential for student and practitioner trainers to develop successful programmes in practice

Edition 1

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 19/09/2003 £39.99

ISBN Paperback:

9780852929803

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

168 246x177 Learning and Development

Description

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Training Practice is the definitive introduction to training, learning and development and an invaluable book for trainers seeking further information on the subject to develop their career, HR professionals, and students studying for certificates in Training Practice. Key areas covered include training in organisations, identifying learning needs and appropriate learning opportunities, designing and delivering training, assessment, review and evaluation, management and administration, and the trainer today and in the future.

Penny Hackett is Executive Director of the Learning and Skills Council Wiltshire and Swindon, UK. Formerly Chief Executive of a leading College of Further Education, she has many years’ experience as training practitioner and lecturer. She has written a number of books for the CIPD and other publishers.

Each easy to navigate chapter has a clear overview and concise summary, providing ideal points for revision and reference, as well as ‘quick tips’, case studies, mini-tasks and questions to aid learning. The book contains detailed sources for further information and regular activities to enable readers to develop their competencies in a practical context. Striking a unique balance between theory and practical application, Training Practice addresses the need for the clear and detailed information that is essential for students and practitioner trainers to develop successful programmes in practice.

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Training in Organisations Identifying Learning Needs Choosing Appropriate Learning Opportunities Designing Training Materials and Facilities Delivering Training Assessment Designing Training Programmes Review and Evaluation Management and Administration The Trainer Today and Tomorrow

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The Learning Challenge 9780749471255 £29.99

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Learning Needs Analysis and Evaluation Edition 2

This book

<< Enables HR professionals and

business leaders to assess the learning needs of their business and apply a systematic approach that will deliver tangible results and value for money

<< Is easy to navigate and laid out in

practical sections, which take the reader step-by-step through the process of designing, developing and implementing learning programmes

CIPD 01/04/2003 ÂŁ42.50

Imprint: Date: Price: ISBN Paperback:

<< Encourages active engagement

with the content so that the reader can apply the theory in practice, utilising practical features such as case studies, tables and other visual aids to help inform decisions, and clear chapter summaries

9780852929674

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

288 246x177 Learning and Development

Author Information

Description

Roland and Frances Bee are Managing Consultants with Time for People, a learning consultancy specialising in information management, learning needs analysis and evaluation. They have worked with a wide variety of public and private sector organisations and are authors of several books published by the CIPD. Their practical experience as statisticians, HR professionals, finance and line managers give them a unique perspective on the area.

Learning Needs Analysis and Evaluation will help you to ensure that learning in your organisation is focused in the right areas and on the right people. It will enable you to assess whether learning interventions actually work and deliver improved performances that make a difference to your business. Easy to navigate and clear sections that are full of practical case studies and visual aids take you step-by-step through the process of designing, developing and implementing learning programmes. Taking business needs as the major driver for learning activities, Learning Needs Analysis and Evaluation explores how learning needs are identified and then clearly specified to ensure that training is targeted effectively, covers the key area of how to plan for the learning - setting out the role of learning strategies and learning plans, and presents a systematic four-stage evaluation process to assess whether the learning has been successfully transferred to the workplace and the extent to which it meets organisational objectives and provides value for money. This is essential reading for HR professionals and business leaders looking to implement learning strategies within their organisation that achieve tangible results.

Table of Contents 1 1.1 1.2 2

Business Needs - The Driving Force Factors Impacting on Business Needs Planned and Unplanned Business Needs Identifying Learning Needs - Translating the Business Needs into Action 2.1 Human Resource Planning 2.2 Succession Planning 2.3 Critical Incidents 2.4 Management Information Systems 2.5 Performance Management Systems 2.6 Is There a Learning Need? 3 Specifying Learning Needs 3.1 Job Specifications 3.2 Investigating the Performance Gap 4 Translating Learning Needs into Learning Action 4.1 The Spectrum of Learning - From Formal to Informal 4.2 The Learning Specification 4.3 Make or Buy Decisions 5 Planning the Learning 5.1 Assembling and Prioritising the Information 5.2 The Learning and Development Strategy and Plan

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6 Evaluating the Learning 6.1 Setting the Scene 6.2 Collecting the Data 6.3 Reaction Level Evaluation (Level 1) 6.4 Learning Level Evaluation (Level 2) 6.5 Performance Level Evaluation (Levels 3 and 4) 6.6 Cost-Effectiveness and the Cost/Benefit of Learning 6.7 Analysing Evaluation Results 6.8 Presenting and Using Evaluation Results 7 Reflections

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Managing Change

This book

A critical perspective

<< Offers a critical perspective and

Edition 2

challenges change management assumptions to facilitate a deeper understanding and appreciation of the subject

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 13/08/2010 £46.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843982418 9781843984528

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

392 246x189 Change Management

<< New to this edition: new chapters

on perspectives, power and politics, ethics, agents and agency, HRM and evaluation; a revised structure to reflect strategic, group and individual change; a revised final chapter on evaluating the practice and theory of change management; and an appendix of twenty popular change management techniques

<< Online resources: annotated

weblinks for students, an instructor’s manual complete with commentary on questions and cases in the book, lecture slides and additional case studies for tutors

Author Information

Description

Mark Hughes is a senior lecturer in organisational behaviour at Brighton Business School, UK.

Managing Change: A critical perspective explores how and why change occurs in organisations and how the change process can be managed effectively. Complete with an appendix featuring twenty popular change management techniques, it is an ideal core textbook for change modules on HR and business degree programmes at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. It offers a critical perspective, challenging the main assumptions and ensuring that the complexity of the subject is understood and appreciated. This fully updated 2nd edition of Managing Change: A critical perspective includes new chapters on perspectives, power and politics, ethics, agents and agency, HRM and evaluation. Its revised structure reflects strategic, group and individual change, and a revised final chapter evaluates the practice and theory of change management. Online supporting resources include annotated weblinks for students, an instructor’s manual complete with commentary on questions and cases in the book and lecture slides and additional case studies for tutors.

Table of Contents 1 Introduction 1.1 The Managing Change Conundrums 1.2 Organisational Change Classifications 1.3 History and Organisational Change 1.4 The Role of Paradigms and Perspectives 2 External and Internal Change Context 2.1 Why Organisations Change 2.2 Organisational Design and Change 2.3 Strategic Level Change 2.4 Group and Team Level Change 2.5 Individual Level Change 3 Managing Change 3.1 The Leadership of Change 3.2 Change Communications 3.3 Resistance to Change 3.4 Cultural Change 3.5 Organisational Learning 4 Developments in Managing Change 4.1 Power, Politics and Organisational Change 4.2 Ethics and Managing Change 4.3 Change Agents and Agency 4.4 HRM and Managing Change 4.5 Technological Change 5 Conclusions 5.1 Evaluating Managing Change 6 Appendix - The Organisational Change Field Guide

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Change Management

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Building and Sustaining a Coaching Culture Edition 1

This book

<< Takes the reader logically through

the different factors involved in developing and establishing an effective environment for learning and growth

<< Uses a wide variety of international case studies and features such as chapter overviews, templates, and reflective questions to actively engage the reader with the content and ensure success

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 01/06/2016 £39.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983767 9781843984467

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

240 246x189 Coaching

<< New to this edition: analyses

what has changed in the field of coaching culture since the first edition and provides update on new knowledge and experience

Author Information

Description

David Clutterbuck is one of the pioneers of coaching and mentoring and co-founder with David Megginson of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council.

Building and Sustaining a Coaching Culture is the ideal book for everyone who is passionate about coaching and who has an interest in creating an environment that supports learning and growth. Easy to navigate and logically structured, topics include the current understanding of coaching culture in organisations, coaching and mentoring culture strategy, making effective use of external coaches, formal and informal mentoring, developing and supporting internal coaches and mentors, team coaching, cross-cultural marketing coaching and cross-cultural issues.

David Megginson is Emeritus Professor of HRD at Sheffield Business School and is a joint founder – with David Clutterbuck – of EMCC. Agnieszka Bajer is a Senior Manager at PwC Cyprus, where she leads the leadership development and coaching practice.

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This edition of Building and Sustaining a Coaching Cultureis a new edition of the seminal book Making Coaching Work: Creating a Coaching Culture. Fully revised, it analyses what has changed in the field of coaching culture since the first edition and provides update on new knowledge and experience. A wide variety of international case studies and engaging tools such as chapter overviews, templates, and reflective questions will take you clearly through the development and implementation of a successful and integrated training culture. Whether you are a HR Manager looking to maximise the positive impact of coaching in your organisation, a business leader wanting to facilitate growth, or a consultant or coach seeking to place your work in the relevant organisational context, you will be shown how to implement an effective coaching and mentoring strategy that meets your needs.

Table of Contents

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50 Top Tools for Coaching 9780749473440 £24.99

A Fresh View on Coaching Culture So, What Is Coaching Culture After All? Systemic View on Coaching Culture The ABCs of Coaching Culture Planning and Implementation 2.1 Getting Set and Ready 2.2 Knowing Where You Want To Get To 2.3 What is Your Starting Point and How Will You Measure Progress? 2.4 Charting the Course 3 Laying the Foundations 3.1 Making Effective use of External Coaches 3.2 Developing Internal Capacity for Coaching 3.3 Team Coaching - Fad or Future? 3.4 Formal and Informal Mentoring 4 Moving Beyond the Basics 4.1 The Unsung Heroes of Coaching Culture 4.2 Marketing Coaching and Mentoring 4.3 Cross-Cultural Issues 4.4 Epilogue 4.5 Resources and Bibliography 4.6 Index

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This book

<< Looks at a range of mentoring

models so programme managers can select the best one for their organisation

Everyone Needs A Mentor

<< Helps mentors, mentees and

Edition 5

<< New to this edition:

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 27/01/2014 £40.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983668 9781843983682

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

224 246x189 Coaching

programme managers understand the benefits of, and make a business case for, mentoring international case studies alongside developments such as multinational mentoring, maternity mentoring and the impact of social media on mentoring

Description

Author Information

Mentoring is the most cost-efficient and sustainable method of fostering and developing talent within your organisation. It can be used to stretch talented individuals, power diversity programmes and ensure that knowledge and experience is successfully handed down. As such, the benefits of a mentoring programme are numerous: the mentee receives a helping hand to identify and achieve goals, and the mentor gets the satisfaction of helping others to develop. Organisations offering mentorship gain from improved employee performance and talent retention. Everyone Needs a Mentor explains what mentoring is, what various models there are and how these differ from coaching. It shows you how to make a business case for mentoring and then how to set up, run and maintain your own programme.

David Clutterbuck is the author of more than fifty books and regarded as a leading global authority on coaching and mentoring. Visiting professor at Oxford Brookes and Sheffield Hallam Universities in the UK, he works across the world stimulating top teams to become role models for learning and to examine how they can raise their collective performance, and brings a wealth of practical experience and leading edge research to developing leaders at the top.

This fully revised 5th edition of Everyone Needs a Mentor has been revised and updated to include a wealth of international case studies alongside developments in the field such as multinational mentoring, maternity mentoring and the impact of social media on mentoring.

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

The What and Why of Mentoring Models and Methods of Mentoring How Formal should the Mentoring Programme Be? Making the Case for Mentoring? What makes an Effective Mentor, an Effective Mentee? Matching Mentors and Mentees Setting up the Mentoring Programme Beginning the Mentoring Relationship Measuring and Monitoring the Programme Standards for Mentoring Programmes Peer and Reverse Mentoring Phases of the Mentoring Relationship Problems of Mentoring Programmes and Relationships Managing Multi-Country Mentoring Programmes Mentoring for Graduates and High Potentials Diversity Mentoring Maternity Mentoring Professional and Executive Mentoring Virtual Mentoring Cross-Organisational Mentoring Final Issues Appendix

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The Coach’s Coach

This book

Personal development for personal developers Edition 1

<< Offers the guidance that will enable anyone, from experienced coaches to those starting out, to develop the skills and techniques that will make them better and improve the results of those they are training

<< Is set out in an accessible, easy to Imprint: Date: Price:

navigate format that allows the reader to dip in to the material as and when they need it

CIPD 15/09/2004 £36.15

<< Combines coaching theory with

ISBN Paperback:

9781843980759

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

200 234x156 Coaching

practical experience and case studies from well renowned professional coaches

Author Information

Description

Alison Hardingham is a business psychologist with over twenty years’ experience of coaching individuals and teams and a successful author, trainer and conference speaker.

The Coach’s Coach combines the vast experience of the author with that of three successful sports people: Mike Brearley, Adrian Moorhouse, and Brendan Venter. Between them they set out the tools and techniques available to coaches with solid, practical, experience-based advice on how and when to use them. They look at team coaching, executive mentoring, the role of the manager as coach and the tools and techniques that you need to ensure your success. They also advise on what is required from both the coach and coachee to make the process work. Whether you are an experienced coach or just starting out, a specialist consultant or a coaching manager, this book will help you to become better and to enjoy it more. And ultimately, it will help you to help the people you are coaching to improve their performance and achieve the results they set out to achieve. Structured in clear, easy-to-navigate chapters the allow you to hone in on material as required, The Coach’s Coach provides all the information you need to help you develop and improve your skill set.

Table of Contents

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Coaching

1 The Coachee 2 The Coach 2.1 Beliefs and Values 2.2 Motives 2.3 Skills 2.4 Habits 2.5 Actions 3 The Coaching Relationship 3.1 The Key Dynamics 3.2 The Roles 3.3 Danger Points 4 Tools and Techniques 4.1 Building Rapport 4.2 Setting Goals 4.3 Developing Self-Awareness 4.4 Reflecting 4.5 Mapping Systems 4.6 Exploring and Understanding Other People’s Positions 4.7 Creative Problem-Solving 4.8 Monitoring Progress 4.9 Building Commitment to, and Capability for, Change 5 Coaching Contexts 5.1 The Player Coach 5.2 Coaching Teams 5.3 ‘Corridor Coaching’ 5.4 Building a ‘Coaching Culture’

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This book

<< Explains how emotional awareness can be translated into improved performance

<< Explores the competencies and

Leadership Coaching From personal insight to organisational performance

training required for coaches

<< Includes guidance for sponsors on the process of buying coaching services

Edition 1

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 14/10/2003 £36.15

ISBN Paperback:

9780852929964

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

184 246x177 Coaching

Description

Author Information

Effective leadership coaching can drastically improve performance. However, good coaching is more than just passing on your own business experience. Developing authentic leadership through coaching is about changing deeply personal, often unconscious, elements of a manager’s behaviour. In Leadership Coaching, Graham Lee explains to coaches how to be more sophisticated in their understanding of psychology and how to develop the skills needed to work on both the psychological and the practical elements of improving managerial performance.

Graham Lee is Director of Coaching at OCG Limited, a business psychology consultancy based in the UK. His pioneering approach to coaching, developed over the last decade, draws on his extensive training and experience as a psychotherapist.

Leadership Coaching sets out a five-stage coaching model, and works through each of these stages in detail, highlighting the skills that coaches require and the issues they are likely to face. It also offers HR managers sponsoring coaching an understanding of the competencies necessary for effective coaching and provides a standard procedure for buying in coaching services. Supported by a wide range of case studies throughout the book, this is valuable reading for both in-house and external coaches looking to effectively develop leaders and managers in organisations.

Table of Contents

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1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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The Challenge of Authentic Leadership The ACE FIRST Model of Change The Role of the Unconscious Learning Assessing Story-Making Enabling Reframing Qualities and Competencies

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Employment Law & Relations

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Employment Law

<< Takes the reader step-by-step

The essentials

through everything they need to know using engaging case studies and examples which encourage deeper thinking and practical application

<< New to this edition:

includes the latest cases and legislation, such as the Trade Union Act 2016 and the Enterprise Act 2016; new content on the enforcement of tribunal awards, zero hours contracts and migrant workers, and an up-to-date analysis of anti-discrimination law, the national living wage and TUPE

<< Online resources: offers additional

material including lecturer’s guides, PowerPoint slides, further case studies and annotated web links

Edition 14

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 31/01/2017 £41.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843984382 9781843984580

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

400 246x189 Employment Law / Relations

Description

Author Information

Employment Law is the core textbook for the Advanced CIPD Employment Law module and is ideal for all HR professionals and business leaders who need a clear understanding of the area, as well as those studying the subject on postgraduate and undergraduate HRM or business degrees. It takes the reader step-by-step through everything that they need to know, including the formation of the Contract of Employment, discrimination, health and safety in the workplace, unfair dismissal and redundancy. Easy to read and navigate, and full of case studies and useful examples that encourage deeper thinking, this fully updated 14th edition provides a thorough theoretical grounding in employment law that can be applied in practice.

David Lewis is Professor of Employment Law in the Law School at Middlesex University, UK Malcolm Sargeant is Professor of Labour Law in the Business School at Middlesex University, UK

This new edition of Employment Law is completely up-to-date with the latest cases and legislation, including the Trade Union Act 2016 and the Enterprise Act 2016, offers new content on the enforcement of tribunal awards, zero hours contracts and migrant workers, and provides an up-to-date analysis of anti-discrimination law, the national living wage and the ‘Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006’ (TUPE). Online resources such as PowerPoint slides, extra case studies, annotated web links and HR-inform updates will support your learning and enable you to apply the theory in practice.

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

The Sources and Institutions of Employment Law Formation of the Contract of Employment (1) The Sources of Terms Formation of the Contract of Employment (2) Implied Terms of Law Recruitment and Selection Pay Issues Discrimination against Employees (1) Discrimination (2): Lawful Discrimination, Vicarious Liability, Burden of Proof, Enforcement and Equality of Terms Parental Rights Health and Safety at Work The Regulation of Working Time Variation, Breach and Termination of the Contract of Employment at Common Law Unfair Dismissal (1) - Exclusions and the Meaning of Dismissal Unfair Dismissal (2) - Potentially Fair Reasons and the Concept of Reasonableness Redundancy Unfair Dismissal and Redundancy Claims Continuity of Employment and Transfers of Undertakings

17 Information and Consultation 18 Trade Unions and Collective Bargaining

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Introduction To Employment Law

This book

<< Consolidates learning through

chapter objectives, examples, tasks and activities that encourage the exploration of the issues

Fundamentals for HR and Business Students

<< New to this edition: addresses Edition 4 Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 15/03/2016 £38.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843984078 9781843984399

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

the latest developments in employment law, full coverage of the CIPD module at level 5 and a useful introduction to the topic for students at level 7, a brand new section on social media with reference to recent case law and extended coverage of the formation and development of the law and the politics behind it

<< Online resources: includes

annotated web links, summaries of key points from each chapter, and podcasts, as well as updated and additional case studies and lecture slides

288 246x189 Employment Law / Relations

Author Information

Description

Kathy Daniels is a Senior Teaching Fellow at Aston Business School, UK. She is also a tutor on the Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced Certificates in Employment Law for the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and is a fellow of the CIPD. She is a lay member of the Employment Tribunals, sitting in Birmingham. Prior to these appointments she was Head of HR at a large manufacturing organisation.

Introduction to Employment Law is the most accessible and concise employment law textbook on the market. A clear structure takes the reader through every aspect of employment legislation, including employment tribunals, the contract of employment, individual protections rights, discrimination and the protected characteristics, trade union legislation, and privacy and confidential information. It is essential reading for students studying employment law as part of HR and business degrees, as well as HR and business managers looking to further their knowledge of employment law for practical use. Written in a clear and engaging style, this new edition of Introduction to Employment Law is packed with interactive tools that consolidate your learning and will help you relate theory and law to real-life practice: chapter objectives, examples to work through, tasks and activities to encourage the exploration of the issues addressed in greater depth, and key learning points that pull out the most important areas for you to remember. Features of the 4th edition include the latest developments in employment law, full coverage of the CIPD module at level 5 and a useful introduction to the topic for students at level 7, a brand new section on social media with reference to recent case law and extended coverage of the formation and development of the law and the politics behind it. Extensive online resources are also available, and include annotated web links, summaries of key points from each chapter, and podcasts, as well as updated and additional case studies and lecture slides.

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

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The Formation of Employment Law The Employment Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal Contract of Employment Atypical Contracts and the Variation of Contracts Individual Protection Rights Discrimination - Concepts and Definition Discrimination - The Protected Characteristics Termination of Employment Redundancy and Transfers of Undertaking Trade Union Legislation Privacy and Confidential Information Health and Safety Legislation Study Skills in Employment Law

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Employment Law and Relations


This book

<< Provides critical reflections

on the increasing role of line managers in employment relations and the influence of employee representation

<< New to this edition: new

chapter on workplace mediation and coverage on the theory and practice of managing conflict

<< Online resources: lecturer guides, powerpoint slides, sample essay questions, additional case studies and annotated web links for students

Managing Employment Relations Edition 6

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 15/03/2016 £45.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983781 9781843984351

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

416 246x189 Employment Law / Relations

Description

Author Information

Managing Employment Relations is an indispensable guide for anyone studying the CIPD module Managing Employment Relations as well anyone looking for a thorough understanding of the theory and practice of the relationship between employers and employees. Fully updated, this edition has new coverage of the changing labour market, regulatory reform and the global environment, ensuring that readers have access to the most up-to-date information in this area.

John Gennard was Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of Strathclyde, UK.

Covering the context, processes and legal aspects of employment relations, Managing Employment Relations gives a thorough grounding in all the underpinning theory of employment relations. It also provides practical guidance on employee engagement, involvement and representation as well as employment relations strategies, policies and change. In this sixth edition, there is a brand new chapter on workplace mediation and enhanced coverage of discipline, grievances and redundancies. Supported by a lecturer guide, sample essay questions and PowerPoint slides for instructors as well as annotated web links and annual updates for students, this book is essential reading for anyone teaching or studying employment relations.

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3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Introduction The Concepts and Processes of Employment Relations The Context of Employment Relations Employment Relations and the Law The Global Environment Employment Relations Strategies, Policies and Change Employee Engagement Managing Employment Relations Employee Representation Employee Involvement and Participation Managing Workplace Conflict Managing Workplace Discipline Managing Employee Grievances Managing Redundancy The Role of Mediation in Conflict Resolution Conclusion: Thoughts for the Future

Graham Judge is Group Human Resources Director for Local World Ltd, UK. Anthony Bennett is Visiting Fellow and lecturer at Sheffield Hallam University, UK and is also a freelance researcher, workplace meditator and trainer. Richard Saundry is Associate Professor (Reader) in Human Resource and Leadership Studies at Plymouth University, UK. He teaches employee relations and employment law at both undergraduate and post-graduate level.

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Employment Relations

This book

<< Covers both the conceptual

debates and functional areas of employment relations

A Critical and International Approach Edition 1

global effects on the practice of employment relations

<< Online resources: lecturer guides,

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 18/02/2011 £46.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843982685 9781843983255

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

<< Considers the local, national and

powerpoint slides and additional cases as well as annotated web links and further reading for students

400 246x189 Employment Law / Relations

Author Information

Description

Pauline Dibben is Senior Lecturer in Employment Relations at the University of Sheffield, UK.

Drawing on the latest research, Employment Relations is a key text for anyone studying the CIPD module Managing Employment Relations as well as all those looking to expand their knowledge and understanding in this area. Covering both the conceptual debates and contextual factors relating to employment relations as well as key management interventions, this is invaluable reading for anyone looking to understand both the theory and practice of employment relations.

Gilton Klerck is Professor of Sociology at Rhodes University, South Africa. Geoffrey Wood is Professor in Human Resource Management at the University of Sheffield, UK.

With coverage of the main players in employment relations – Trade Unions, Employers and the State – and critical discussion of the local, national and global effects on employment relations, Employment Relations provides a thorough grounding in the international context of employment relations. With comprehensive consideration of key workplace issues including employee engagement, discrimination, conflict, downsizing and redundancies, this is ideal reading for students and practitioners alike. Packed with exercises, examples and case studies, this book allows readers to take a critical approach to this crucial topic.

Table of Contents 1 Introduction 2 Conceptual Debates and Contextual Factors 2.1 The Main Players in Employment Relations Trade Unions, Employers, and the State 2.2 Theories of Employment Relations 2.3 Employment Relations and Human Resource Management 2.4 Local, National and Global Effects on the Practice of Employment Relations 2.5 Power and Authority 3 Management Interventions in Employment Relations 3.1 Voice 3.2 Employee Engagement 3.3 Pay and Reward 3.4 Discrimination, Difference and Diversity 3.5 Discipline and Grievance 3.6 Conflict and Dispute Resolution 3.7 Downsizing and Redundancy 3.8 Conclusion: The Relevance of Employment Relations and Comparative Employment Relations

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This book

<< Provides all the information needed

for a solid grounding in the factors that affect the relationship between employees and their organisation

<< Includes a broad range of

interactive features to aid learning: individual chapter objectives, activities to encourage reflection and deeper thought, case studies from across the public, private and voluntary and examples to work through are provided at the end of each chapter to cement learning and test understanding

<< Online resources: offers lecturer’s guides and PowerPoints slides for tutors

Employee Relations in an Organisational Context Edition 1

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 08/03/2006 £46.99

ISBN Paperback:

9781843981381

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

352 246x177 Employment Law / Relations

Description

Author Information

Employee Relations in an Organisational Context offers a comprehensive yet accessible look at the topic area, which considers the core topics of employee relations while providing coverage of key developments in the field. Designed to develop a thorough grounding in how the relationship between employee and organisation is structured and influenced, topics discussed include the foundations of this overarching relationship, the external factors that affect it, the role of management and employees themselves, employee involvement and participation, and grievances, discipline and dismissal.

Kathy Daniels teaches at Aston Business School, UK, and is a tutor for ICS Ltd in Employment Law and related topics. She is also a tutor on the Advanced Certificate in Employment for the CIPD. She is a lay member of the Employment Tribunals, sitting in Birmingham. Prior to these appointments she was a Senior Personnel Manager in the manufacturing sector.

A range of interactive features are used to really engage you with the subject matters under discussion and allow you to work and absorb the material: individual chapter objectives help you focus your learning and evaluate your progress, activities encourage you to reflect on the concepts addressed or delve a little deeper into specific issues, case studies from across the public, private and voluntary sectors illustrate the theoretical examples explored, whilst examples to work through are provided at the end of each chapter to cement learning and test understanding. Employee Relations in an Organisational Context will give you the in depth appreciation for the different factors that impact the employee-company relationship and allow you to apply the theory in practice within your own organisation. Online resources offered include lecturer’s guides and PowerPoints slides.

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

What is the Employment Relationship? External Factors and their Impact on the Employment Relationship The National and Global Context The Role of Management in Employment Relations The Role of Employees in Employment Relations Trade Unionism Employee Involvement and Participation Collective Bargaining and Negotiation Resolving Individual Grievances Reward and the Employment Relationship Discipline and Dismissals The Law Relating to Employee Relations Individual Legal Protection

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A Guide to Employment Statutes Edition 8

This book

<< Is a one-stop reference tool that

will provide a solid understanding of UK employment legislation for anyone studying employment law or any professionals requiring a working knowledge of the relevant statutes within an HR or business context

<< Provides a chronological list Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 28/07/2005 £39.95

ISBN Paperback:

9781843981374

of legislation, an alphabetical directory of the statutes summarising the contents, scope and effect of each Act and an index of key topics, offering readers an easy route to relevant sections

<< New to this edition: updated with more than 90 new items

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

272 246x177 Employment Law / Relations

Author Information

Description

Eric Suter was for many years CIPD’s Employment Law Adviser. He is a barrister based in the UK, specialising in employment law who works extensively in employment tribunals and Employment Appeals Tribunal. His practice now includes a facility to accept direct public access work.

A Guide to Employment Statutes is designed to provide a solid grounding in UK employment legislation, and covers everything from benefits and family friendly provisions, to discrimination, unfair dismissal and working time, and some of the more important Codes of Practice. Easy to use and clearly structured, it provides a chronological list of legislation, an alphabetical directory of the statutes summarising the contents, scope and effect of each Act and an index of key topics, offering readers an easy route to relevant sections. Updated with more than 90 items, this revised 8th edition of A Guide to Employment Statutes provides an overview of UK employment legislation, taking you logically through the scope and impact of each statute. Suitable for anyone studying employment law or any professionals requiring a working knowledge of the relevant statutes in an HR or business context, this is your one-stop resource for employment legislation.

Table of Contents

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1 1.1 2 2.1

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Chronological List of Legislation List of Abbreviations Alphabetical List of Legislation ACAS Arbitration Scheme (Great Britain) Order SI 2004 No 753 2.2 Access to Medical Reports Act 1988 2.3 Agricultural Training Board Act 1982 2.4 Apportionment Act 1870 2.5 Armed Forces Act 1996… &c 3 Appendix - Legislation Due to Commence on 1 October 2005

The Employer’s Handbook 2014-15 9780749472153 £24.99

Armstrong’s Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice 9780749469641 £39.99

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Business Ethics in Practice

This book

Edition 1

<< Includes examples from small and

Imprint: Date: Price: ISBN Paperback: Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

<< Provides guidance on ethics

relating to consumers, the supply chain, competition and the environment as well as workplace ethics

medium-sized businesses as well as multi-national corporations including Barcelona FC, BP, Nestle, Tesco, Nike, Body Shop, Google and John Lewis

CIPD 01/03/2012 £44.99

<< Online resources: powerpoint

slides for every chapter, lecturer’s guides including advice on inchapter questions and student guide with practical tools for reflective learning

9781843982722 320 246x189 Compliance and Regulation

Author Information

Description

Simon Robinson is Professor of Applied & Professional Ethics at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

Business Ethics in Practice is essential reading for all undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA students looking to ensure they act responsibly and make the right decisions when faced with ethical dilemmas. Covering the impact of character and culture on managing ethics, leadership, governance and social responsibility, this book goes beyond ethical theory to show ethical considerations and challenges in practice.

Paul Dowson is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Applied Global Ethics at Leeds Metropolitan University, UK

With examples from both small businesses and large multinational corporates such as Google, BP and Nestle, Business Ethics in Practice shows how ethics must be considered by everyone in every sector, in a business of any size. With coverage of ethics in relation to staff, consumers, the supply chain, competitors and the environment, this book will ensure that students can think ethically and make effective ethical decisions. Supported by online resources including PowerPoint slides and a guide for lecturers as well as practical tips for students, this book will help anyone studying business ethics in both their professional and personal development.

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14

‘Are We Still the Good Guys?’ - Introducing Ethics in Business Normative Ethical Theory Ethical Decision Making Whose Responsibility? The Ethical Environment Leadership and Governance Character, Culture, and Code: Managing Ethics The Workplace of the 21st Century Business, Management and Professions Consumers Supply Chain and Competition Social Responsibility Business and Government Global Ethics Environmental Sustainability

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This book

<< Includes often overlooked guidance on how to craft compelling introductions and conclusions

<< New to this edition: now includes

coverage of the latest development in technologies that can be used for research such as Twitter and Facebook

<< Online resources: lecturer’s guide and powerpoint slides as well as templates and checklists from the book for students

Researching and Writing Dissertations A Complete Guide for Business and Management Students Edition 2

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 01/02/2012 £31.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983026 9781843983231

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

288 234x156 Business Skills

Description

Author Information

From finding a topic to writing and reviewing your work, Researching and Writing Dissertations is an essential tool for anyone working on a dissertation or business report. This new edition is now suitable for students studying the CIPD units Investigating a Business Issue and Using Information in HR but it also equally relevant for all non-CIPD students too. Covering everything from strategies for finding and developing a dissertation topic and how to develop a research proposal through to what methodology to use and how to analyse your data, this is the only book you need to write clear, effective and compelling dissertations and reports.

Roy Horn is an academic and researcher in the School of Business and Management at Buckinghamshire New University, UK.

In addition to practical guidance on the researching and writing up of projects, this book also includes essential guidance on effective time management and how to ensure that projects are completed and submitted on time as well as invaluable insights through real-life student and supervisor comments. Fully supported by online resources including an instructor’s manual and lecturer sliders as well as templates, checklists and quizzes for students, Researching and Writing Dissertations is a book that anyone working on dissertations, research project or business report can’t afford to be without.

Table of Contents

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Preface and Introduction Strategies for Finding and Developing a Dissertation Topic 3 The Key Skills Tested in the Dissertation 4 The Research Proposal 5 How Can I Manage My Time and Complete on Time? 6 Theory and Literature 7 Methodology 8 Data, and How to Analyse It 9 Data Analysis and Representation 10 The Craft of Writing, and Introductions and Conclusions 11 Reviewing and Evaluating Your Dissertation

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The Business Skills Handbook

This book

<< Helps students refine key study and workplace skills, from how to study and work in teams to developing critical reading and project management skills

Everything you need to succeed in your studies and at work Edition 1

<< Takes an experiential learning

approach to get students assessing and improving their own skills

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 28/11/2009 £38.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843982180 9781843983392

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

536 246x189 Business Skills

<< Online resources: instructor’s

manual, lecture slides and figures and tables from the book

Author Information

Description

Roy Horn is an academic and researcher in the School of Business and Management at Buckinghamshire New University, UK.

How do you develop leadership skills or give a successful presentation? What difference can effective thinking and critical reading make to your performance? How can you get and stay organised to meet deadlines? The first book of its kind to cover all the business skills that students need at university and at work, The Business Skills Handbook covers all the practical, cognitive, technical and development skills that students need to succeed, from organizing life and work to developing good writing and teamwork skills. Mapped to the learning outcomes of the CIPD Developing Skills for Business Leadership module, and with a focus on experiential learning to get students assessing and developing their skills, The Business Skills Handbook is designed to help students manage themselves more effectively, make justifiable decisions and problem solve more effectively, lead and influence others, interpret financial information, manage financial resources, demonstrate IT proficiency and demonstrate competence in postgraduate study skills. Online supporting resources include an instructor’s manual, lecture slides and figures and tables from the book.

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

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Organising Life and Work How to Study Learning and Skills What are the Key Skills of University Life and the Workplace? Working in Teams Effective Reading Skills Developing Good Writing Skills Presentation Communication Business Calculations Critical Reading and Writing Skills Analysis and Evaluation Skills Examinations and Assignments Thinking and Memory Skills Word Processor Skills Being Effective with Spreadsheets Project Management Skills Social Skills Leadership, Coaching and Mentoring Skills Careers and ‘Futuring’ Skills

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This book

<< Helps students apply research

methods to their own projects

<< Presents complex principles in a

Business Research Methods A Practical Approach

user-friendly way

<< Online resources: instructor’s

manual with additional activities and supporting handouts, lecture slides, figures and tables from the text and web links, templates, quizzes, activities, examples of practice and sample questionnaire results for students

Edition 1

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 24/11/2009 £44.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843982289 9781843983620

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

640 264x195 Business & Management Skills

Description

Author Information

Organisations need research, and managers have to be able to commission, judge and use others’ research as well as conduct research themselves to inform business decisions. Business Research Methods helps you understand the challenges of carrying out worthwhile research into significant issues and develop a wide range of research-related professional skills. Guiding you through the process of selecting, carrying out and reporting on a successful research project, it breaks down the research process, from exploring the literature and crafting a research proposal to practical research management and addressing the transferrable skills of project management and communication.

Sheila Cameron is a senior lecturer at the Open University Business School (OUBS), UK. Deborah Price is a lecturer in Management at the Open University Business School (OUBS), UK.

Business Research Methods places research firmly in the real world, exploring why research is done and how to ensure that projects are meaningful for organisations. Examples and case studies, including examples of students’ projects, give learners with little or no work experience a meaningful context in which to relate their own projects. Online supporting resources for lecturers include an instructor’s manual with additional activities and supporting handouts, lecture slides and figures and tables from the text. Resources for students include web links, templates, quizzes, activities, examples of practice and sample questionnaire results for students.

Table of Contents 1 From First Ideas to Possible Topics 1.1 Practical Business Research - An Overview 1.2 The Complexities of Business Research 1.3 The Investigative Process 1.4 Stakeholders, Power and Ethics 1.5 Considering Possible Topics 2 Towards a Research Proposal 2.1 Exploring the Literature 2.2 Writing A Literature Review 2.3 Research Questions and Purposes 2.4 Data, Evidence and Sampling 2.5 Choosing a Research Method 2.6 Crafting a Research Proposal 3 Data Collection 3.1 Producing a Research Project from Secondary Data 3.2 Case Study Research 3.3 Action-Oriented Research and Action Research 3.4 Questionnaires 3.5 Interviews 3.6 Focus Groups and Workshops 4 Data Analysis 4.1 Grounded Theory 4.2 Content Analysis

4.3 Representing Quantitative Data 4.4 Inferential Statistical Analysis 4.5 Drawing Valid Conclusions 5 Essential Research Skills 5.1 Managing the Project 5.2 Managing Client Relationships 5.3 Learning and Reflection 5.4 Writing about Research

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Business Environment

This book

<< Contains engaging features such

as student and seminar activities, self assessment questions, and case studies, which will help to develop an understanding of the environmental influences that are essential to business strategy

Managing in a Strategic Context Edition 2

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 16/05/2008 £45.99

ISBN Paperback:

9781843982043

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

424 246x177 Strategy

<< New to this edition: includes

new content addressing the needs of migrant workers, further international case studies and real-world examples, and lots of new research from the CIPD and elsewhere

<< Online resources: offers a

comprehensive tutor and student support site to complement the material and practical features within the text

Author Information

Description

John Kew is an educational consultant and has written flexible learning material for the CIPD’s Professional Development Scheme.

A solid understanding of the social, economic and legal environment in which a business operates is crucial to developing a successful business strategy. With a unique balance between theory and practice, Business Environment is a broad ranging and easy to use guide that looks at how factors such as the world economy, government policy, regulation and demography, and social trends, affect day-to-day strategy and decision making in practice. The text is ideal for students taking undergraduate and postgraduate modules in the Business Environment or Business Context areas of an HR or business degree, and also caters for students studying the CIPD Leadership and Management module ‘Managing in a Strategic Business Context’.

John Strewick is Senior Lecturer at University of Bedfordshire and a well renowned author. He is Visiting Professor at Webster University (US) based in Regents Park, UK.

This fully updated 2nd edition includes new content addressing the needs of migrant workers, further international case studies and real-world examples, and lots of new research from the CIPD and elsewhere. Online, you will find a comprehensive tutor and student support site to complement the practical material within the text. Packed with engaging features such as chapter objectives, student and seminar activities, self assessment questions, case studies, key learning points and further reading, Business Environment is guaranteed to develop the skills, knowledge and key understanding of business strategy that is required at every level.

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Organisations and their Environments The Competitive Environment The World Economy Government Policy Regulation and the Law Demographic Trends Social Trends The Technological Context Social Responsibility and Ethics Strategic Management Managing in a Strategic Business Context - An Integrative Case Study

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<< Provides a framework that can

be used in different situations to facilitate skills development in a wide range of situations

Personal Development and Management Skills

<< Includes guidance for managers on awareness, decision-making and action

<< Explores the role of senses

and characteristics in skills development

Edition 1

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 13/11/2007 £39.99

ISBN Paperback:

9781843981480

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

216 246x177 Business & Management Skills

Description

Author Information

Personal Development and Management Skills focuses on the learning processes that underpin the skills development, whether personal or professional. Ideal for anyone studying professional development or management skills as part of a Business degree whether at undergraduate or postgraduate level, each chapter includes same exercises to enable readers to get the most out of the ideas in the book. Covering everything from awareness to decision making, this book explores all the skills necessary for effective management.

Chris Routledge is a former lecturer at Huddersfield University Business School and is now a management consultant based in the UK Jan Carmichael is Head of the Division of the HRM in the Department of Management at Huddersfield University Business School, UK.

Personal Development and Management Skills also examines the critical variables in management skills from the role of the senses in skills development to personal characteristics and learning, enabling readers to consider the impact of their own characteristics in their personal and professional lives. Practical, accessible and engaging, this is an essential handbook for everyone looking to develop their management skills.

Table of Contents 1 Introduction 2 The Process 2.1 Background to ADAX 2.2 Awareness 2.3 Decision Making 2.4 Action 2.5 Excellence 3 Critical Variables 3.1 Experiential Learning 3.2 The Brain and Skill Development 3.3 State: A Prerequisite for Skill Development 3.4 Role of the Senses in Skill Development 3.5 Personal Characteristics and Learning 3.6 Summary and Conclusion 4 Appendix - Framework of Management Skills

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Talent On Tap

This book

Getting the best from freelancers, interims and consultants Edition 1

<< Helps readers make the business

case for and evaluate the risks of using freelance consultants

<< Provides guidance on how to

find the most suitable freelance consultants

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 04/04/2006 £33.6

ISBN Paperback:

9781843981404

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

192 246x177 Talent Management

<< Features examples from freelancers and companies who regularly use them

Author Information

Description

Emma Brierley founded her own freelance resourcing agency Xchangeteam in 1999 and now acts as CEO. Emma has 10 years’ background in the industry working for a number of PR agencies and then four years as a freelance public relations consultant. Emma writes and speaks regularly about freelance issues, HR and recruitment trends.

Using freelance consultants can be a highly effective way to harness the finest skills and experience in the labour market without committing yourself to meeting the expectations and employment rights of permanent, full-time employees. Talent on Tap draws upon case studies from organisations that have been employing consultants over many years and views from freelance consultants themselves to tell you all you need to know about taking advantage of this skilled, flexible and highly focused talent pool. Talent on Tap helps you effectively manage freelancers by answering questions such as: How do you select, motivate and reward freelance consultants? How do you measure and manage their performance? How do you integrate consultants into a potentially resentful permanent workforce? How do you build productive, long-term relationships with the best freelance consultants when their skills are in such high demand?

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4

Preface Introduction What is a Freelance Consultant? The Business Case for using Freelance Consultants 5 Evaluating the Risks of using Freelance Consultants 6 Deciding when to Use a Freelance Consultant 7 How to Find the Most Suitable Freelance Consultants 8 Understanding the Legal Framework 9 Getting the Best from Freelance Consultants 10 The Future of Freelancing

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<< Offers clear, accessible coverage

Managing Financial Information

<< Provides an easy to follow

Edition 2

This book of all issues relating to financial management for HR practitioners and is essential for anyone wishing to be an effective manager and problem solver structure, reflective questions and engaging assignments that show the reader how to put theory into practice will ensure an understanding of all key elements of financial management

<< New to this edition: chapters

that provide an introduction to management accounting, budgets and human behaviour, and content that demonstrates how the theory relates to human resource management systems in particular

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 13/09/2005 ÂŁ42.99

ISBN Paperback:

9781843980032

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

224 246x177 Business & Management Skills

Description

Author Information

In order to plan strategy and manage effectively, it is vital that HR practitioners understand the importance and use of financial information and the issues surrounding it. Managing Financial Information offers a clear and accessible guide to the financial tasks that HR managers face in daily working practice, including the balance sheet, costing and budgeting, and the financial implication of human resource decisions. An easy to follow structure, reflective questions and engaging assignments that show the reader how to put theory into practice will ensure an understanding of all key elements of financial management.

David Davies is now retired. He is a former principal lecturer in financial management at the University of Portsmouth, UK. A qualified accountant with a Masters Degree in Management from Henley Management College, he previously spent 17 years in the private and public sectors with GEC, Thomas de la Rue, IBM and several local authorities. He has lectured on DPM, MBA, DMS and undergraduate courses, and undertaken consultancy work.

This revised edition includes two fresh chapters that provide an introduction to management accounting, and budgets and human behaviour, and content that demonstrates how the theory relates to human resource management systems in particular. Designed for CIPD students taking the Managing Information for Competitive Advantage module as part of the CIPD Leadership and Management standards, any student taking a finance for non-specialists module on an HR degree programme, and any practitioner wishing to further their skills, Managing Financial Information works through every stage from the very basics and is essential reading to ensure the thorough financial grounding that will help you succeed.

Table of Contents 1

Financial Accounting, Financial Management and Human Resources Practitioners 1.1 Introduction 1.2 The Finance Function and the Human Resources Manager 1.3 The Human Resources Manager and Management Information Systems 1.4 The Balance Sheet and the Human Resources Manager 1.5 The Trading and Profit and Loss Account and the Human Resources Manager 1.6 The Manufacturing Account and the Human Resources Department 1.7 The Interpretation and Use of Financial Information for Human Resources 1.8 Financial Implication of Human Resources Decisions 2 Management Accounting and Human Resources Practitioners 2.1 Introduction to Management Accounting 2.2 Costings and Human Resources 2.3 Absorption Costing 2.4 Standard Costing

2.5 Marginal Costings and Human Resources Decisions 2.6 Budgets and Human Behaviour 2.7 The Human Resources Manager and the Planning System 2.8 The Master Budget 2.9 Capital Budgeting and its Application to Human Resources 2.10 Solutions to Exercises 2.11 Appendix - Discounted Cash Flow: Selected Tables

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The Independent Consultant’s Survival Guide

This book

<< Provides both success stories and

cautionary tales to help people decide whether and how to move into consultancy work

Starting up and succeeding as a self-employed consultant Edition 1

<< Captures the key elements which allow a successful transition

<< Addresses how to get started,

market yourself and develop the business

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 15/06/2005 £36.15

ISBN Paperback:

9781843981169

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

208 246x177 Entrepreneurship

Author Information

Description

Mike Johnson is a consultant, author and managing partner of Johnson Associates Limited, a corporate communications consultancy. The firm’s main activities are internal communications strategy, researching and writing on world-of-work issues and management education strategy for major corporations and institutions.

Every year thousands of people like you decide to make the move to independent consultancy, and next year hundreds of them will go crawling back to the security of paid employment. The problem is simple: to succeed at most jobs you have to be good at what you do; to succeed as an independent consultant you also have to be good at everything else all those people you used to work with did as well. The Independent Consultant’s Survival Guide is for people who are serious about becoming a successful independent consultant. It provides advice from people who’ve been there and survived long enough to tell the tale. Rather than being a book about how to consult, The Independent Consultant’s Survival Guide is about how to be a consultant. Filled with examples from people who’ve been incredibly successful, some who make a living and some who failed, it distills advice and experience into a useful text, covering how to get started, marketing yourself, developing the business and more. If you want to make it through your first year, see your business prosper and grow and don’t want to have to go back and get another job working for somebody else, then this book will be an invaluable resource.

Table of Contents

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<< Provides the information needed

Managing Information and Statistics

<< New to this edition: offers

Edition 2

This book for a sound understanding of the issues surrounding designing, developing and implementing an information system, and using data to make informed decisions additional case studies, and pedagogical features such as examples, chapter objectives, exercises, chapter conclusions and further reading suggestions to aid student learning, as well as new chapters on Knowledge Management and the E-organisation

<< Is written in an accessible and

clear style that breaks down what is typically a complex and overwhelming subject to make it easy to understand and apply in practice

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 01/09/2005 ÂŁ44.99

ISBN Paperback:

9780852929957

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

320 246x177 Information & Data Management

Description

Author Information

In an age where organisations handle significant volumes of data on a daily basis, it is vital that effective information management systems are put in place to manage it and use it to its full potential. Managing Information and Statistics provides the information needed for a sound understanding of the concepts that underpin this key area that is now a feature of every aspect of organisational life. The first part deals with information systems generally, whilst the second looks at how numerical data can be used to develop strategy. Topics addressed include how to utilise information systems for planning and organisation, and storing data; how to design, develop and implement an information systems; data security and human resources information systems; how to exploit statistics to sample, forecast and make informed decisions.

Roland and Frances Bee are Managing Consultants with Time for People, a learning consultancy specialising in information management, learning needs analysis and evaluation. They have worked with a wide variety of public and private sector organisations and are authors of several books published by the CIPD. Their practical experience as statisticians, HR professionals, finance and line managers give them a unique perspective on the area.

Fully revised and restructured to cater for CIPD students taking the Managing Information for Competitive Advantage module, as part of the Leadership and Management standards, Managing Information and Statistics is also essential reading for HR and business practitioners looking to further their professional development and manage effectively, as well as students studying information management as part of wider HR and business degrees. This fully revised edition includes case studies, examples, chapter objectives, exercises, chapter conclusions and further reading suggestions to aid student learning, as well as new chapters on Knowledge Management and the E-organisation. With a strategic approach and accessible style, this is your step-by-step guide to developing, managing and utilising information and statistics in a business context.

Table of Contents 1 1.1 1.2 1.3

Introduction to Information Systems The Philosophy of Managing Information Information Systems Concepts Information Systems for Planning and Organising 1.4 Information Systems for Review and Control 1.5 Storing Data 1.6 The E-Organisation 1.7 Designing, Developing and Maintaining Your Information System 1.8 Data Security 1.9 Information Systems for HR Applications 1.10 Knowledge Management Systems 1.11 Looking Ahead 2 Introduction to Statistics 2.1 Tabulations 2.2 Diagrammatic Methods 2.3 Numerical Methods

2.4 Introduction to Probability and Probability Distributions 2.5 Sampling, Estimation and Inference 2.6 Hypothesis Testing 2.7 Regression and Correlation 2.8 Forecasting and Time Series 2.9 Index Numbers, Published Indices and Sources of Data 2.10 Decision Theory 2.11 Using the Computer

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Leadership

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This book

<< Provides comprehensive coverage

of key issues including Leadership Development; Professionalism; Motivation at Work, Employee Engagement and Retention

<< New to this edition: insights

on cutting-edge issues and debates in the field including lean management as well as additional international case studies and increased theoretical links between topics

<< Online resources: lecturer guide,

powerpoint slides, example essay questions as well as annotated web links, a glossary and additional case studies for students

Leading, Managing and Developing People Edition 5

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 15/04/2016 £45.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843984122 9781843984375

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

368 246x189 Leadership

Description

Author Information

Leading, Managing and Developing People is critical reading for all those studying the CIPD Advanced module in Leading, Managing and Developing People as well as all HR and L&D practitioners. It provides extensive coverage of the aims, objectives and contribution of HRM such as the scope and nature of human resources, HR’s role when organisations grown and how to ensure professionalism and ethical behaviour when managing people. This book also includes discussion of major contemporary themes in leading, managing and developing people including leadership development, flexibility, agile working and the psychological contract. This ensures that readers are fully prepared to lead, manage and develop staff in the new world of work.

Gary Rees is Head of the Organisation Studies and Human Resource Management at Portsmouth Business School, UK Ray French was previously Principal Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour at Portsmouth Business School, UK

With rigorous academic underpinning and clear theoretical exploration, Leading, Managing and Developing People also includes practical advice on key activities including recruitment, job design, performance management, motivation and reward. Supported by online resources including lecturer guides, PowerPoint slides, international case studies, example essay questions and annotated web links, this is an indispensable guide for both students and practitioners.

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Introduction (Gary Rees and Ray French) The Scope and Nature of Human Resource Management and Human Resource Development (Gary Rees) HRM Contributions in Different Settings (Charlotte Rayner and Liza Howe-Walsh) Professionalism and Ethics in Managing People (Matthew Anderson and Charlotte Rayner) Leadership and Leader Development (Wenjin Dai & Alex Tymon) Managing Change (Gary Rees and David Hall) Flexibility and the Psychological Contract (Ray French) Organisational and Job Design (Ray French) Recruitment and Selection (Sally Rumbles and Ray French) Developing Employees (Alex Tymon and Margaret Mackay) Managing the Employment Relationship (Sally Rumbles and Peter Scott) Performance Management, Motivation and Reward (Gary Rees and Alex Tymon) Summary Themes and Future Trends (Ray French and Gary Rees)

Learning and Development 9780749469887 £24.99

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<< Provides a thorough overview

of the subject of leadership and people management from leading experts across the field, using international case studies from a wide range of organisations, further reading, discussion questions and activities, to challenge and engage the reader

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 30/03/2009 £35.99

ISBN Paperback:

9781843982173

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<< New to this edition: reflects

developments within the area of management and leadership and adopts an international case study approach to bring the theory to life

<< Online resources: include

PowerPoint slides, lecturer notes and a companion website for additional tutor support

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Charlotte Rayner is Professor of Human Resource Management at Portsmouth Business School, UK

Managing and Leading People is an essential text in the field of leadership, and provides a thorough overview of the subject for both students and professionals. Key topics include the strategic context, ethics and diversity, the psychological contract, motivation and reward, recruitment and selection and developing for the future. Divided into thematic sections and written in a clear and accessible style, it is the ideal text for any students on the CIPD module in Managing and Leading People, students studying people, leadership and organisations on wider business degrees, as well as professionals looking to develop their skills and expertise as managers within their organisations.

Derek Adam-Smith is Head of the Human Resource and Marketing Management department at Portsmouth Business School, UK

This fully revised and updated new edition reflects developments within the area of management and leadership and adopts an international case study approach to bring the theory to life. Managing and Leading People draws on academic theory and research, but balances this with real-world examples from a wide range of organisations, and further reading, discussion questions and activities to challenge and engage the reader. With contributions from experts across the field that will really inform your knowledge, this title provides the information you need to learn how to make good managerial decisions, engage your people, and deliver results. Online resources include PowerPoint slides, lecturer notes and a companion website for additional tutor support.

Table of Contents 1

Managing and Leading People in High Performance Organisations 2 The Strategic Context 3 Employee Involvement and Participation Contemporary Theory and Practice 4 Leadership 5 Ethics and Diversity in Human Resource Management 6 Flexibility, the Psychological Contract, and Empowerment 7 Performance Management, Motivation and Reward 8 Job Design 9 Recruitment and Selection 10 Learning, Training and Development - Creating the Future? 11 Conclusion

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Leadership Team Coaching in Practice 9780749469726 £29.99


<< Focuses on three core areas

Developing Skills for Business Leadership

<< New to this edition: new chapter

Edition 2

This book for successful professional development and practice: managing yourself and others, transferable managerial skills and postgraduate study skills on reflecting and coaching, updated references to the CIPD’s HR Profession Map, IT skills integrated into each chapter, more coverage of stress, health and wellbeing and enhanced international dimension throughout the text

<< Online resources: instructor’s

manual, lecture slides, additional case studies, and sample assignments, checklists and exam guides lecturers can use in their teaching

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 17/02/2014 £46.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983163 9781843983651

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568 246x189 Leadership

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Mapped to the CIPD postgraduate module of the same name, Developing Skills for Business Leadership focuses on three core areas for successful professional development and practice: managing yourself and others, transferable managerial skills and postgraduate study skills. Each skill is covered both conceptually and practically by a subject area expert to help all readers analyse and critically evaluate, manage more effectively, make sound and justifiable decisions and lead and influence others.

Gillian Watson is a principal lecturer in the Faculty of Business and Law at the University of Sunderland, UK, responsible for international development and partnerships. She has undertaken additional senior roles in the faculty such as HRM team leader and chair of the Applied Management, FdA and HND board.

Covering key concepts such as developing your professional identity, effective management of interpersonal relationships at work, people management and interpreting financial information, this fully updated 2nd edition of Developing Skills for Business Leadership is ideal for all postgraduate business students taking a module in professional development, career development or management skills. Integrating IT skills into each chapter, it includes a new chapter on reflecting and coaching, updated references to the CIPD’s HR Profession Map, additional coverage of stress, health and wellbeing and an enhanced international dimension throughout the text. Online supporting resources include an instructor’s manual and lecture slides as well as additional case studies, and sample assignments, checklists and exam guides lecturers can use in their teaching.

Stefanie Reissner is a lecturer at Newcastle University Business School, UK. She is currently degree programme director for a dual Masters in conjunction with Rijksuniversiteit Groningen in the Netherlands. She is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and an associate academic member of CIPD.

Table of Contents 1

Skills for Continuing Professional Development and Practice (Dr. Stefanie C. Reissner and Gillian Watson) 2 Essential Skills for Postgraduate Study and Beyond (Dr. Stefanie C. Reissner) 3 Practical Aspects of Postgraduate Study Skills (Dr. Stefanie C. Reissner) 4 Concepts of Self and Self-Management Skills (Kevin Gallagher) 5 Developing Your Professional Identity (Dr. Stefanie C. Reissner) 6 Skills for Learning, Training and Development (Gillian Watson) 7 Coaching, Professional Development and Practice (Dr. Stefanie C. Reissner) 8 Effective Team-Building and Communication (Gillian Watson) 9 Negotiation and the Management of Interpersonal Relationships at Work (Dr. Lesley Mearns) 10 Constructive Performance Management (Dr. Lesley Mearns) 11 Leadership and Team Dynamics (Gillian Watson)

12 Leading Change and Development in Organisations (Dr. Stefanie C. Reissner) 13 Introduction to Quantitative Data Analysis (Dr. Andrew Simpson) 14 Interpreting Financial Information (Mike Ashwell) 15 Managing Financial Resources (Mike Ashwell) 16 Effective Decision-Making and Problem-Solving (Gillian Watson) 17 Applying Skills for Business Leadership (Dr. Stefanie C. Reissner and Gillian Watson) 18 Consolidating Leadership Skills: Project Management and Your Development (Kevin Gallagher and Gillian Watson)

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Leadership and Management Development

This book

<< Features multiple perspectives

alongside analysis and critique to help paint a full picture of the subject

<< New to this edition: increased Edition 5

coverage of diversity, ecology, ethics and SMEs along with at least two case studies per chapter to support academic and critical context

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 20/04/2010 £44.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843982449 9781843983262

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

424 246x189 Leadership

<< Online resources: instructor’s manual and lecture slides

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Alan Mumford has published numerous articles and books and is a leading figure in the management development field.

How do you measure managers and leaders? How do you assess their development needs? Leadership and Management Development covers these and other key topics that form the requirements for the CIPD module of the same name. Retitled and revised to focus on leadership as well as management, the book includes multiple perspectives from those who have either experienced or provided leadership and management development alongside analysis and critique to help paint a full picture of the subject. Students will learn to analyse the concepts of leadership and management, identify leadership and management development needs and formulate and implement strategies and interventions.

Jeff Gold is a principal lecturer in Organisation Learning at Leeds Business School, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK. Richard Thorpe is a professor of Management Development and deputy director of the Keyworth Institute at Leeds University Business School, University of Leeds, UK.

This fully updated 5th edition of Leadership and Management Development features increased coverage of diversity, ecology, ethics and SMEs. At least two case studies per chapter support academic and critical context, and the book takes a more international perspective by considering global leaders and presenting international examples. It is ideal for students studying leadership and management development as part of a CIPD qualification or as part of a general business or HR degree. Online supporting resources include an instructor’s manual and lecture slides.

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Leaders and Managers, Leadership and Management Development Strategic Leadership and Management Development Measuring Leaders and Managers Assessing Development Needs Leaders, Managers and Learning Activities for the Development of Leaders and Managers Combining Work and Learning Evaluating Leadership and Management Development Leadership and Management Development and Social Capital The Future Supply of Leaders and Managers Diversity and Ecology Leadership and Management Development in Small and Medium-Sized Organisations Futures Learning for Leaders and Managers

The Leadership Skills Handbook 9780749471569 £14.99

Armstrong’s Handbook of Reward Management Practice 9780749473891 £44.99


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Developing People and Organisations

This book

Edition 1

<< Explains concepts and theoretical

analytical and problem-solving skills as they understand key OD and HRD issues

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 28/08/2012 £44.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983132 9781843983316

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

<< Helps students develop effective

approaches clearly and provides activities to help cement understanding

<< Online resources: instructor’s

manual, additional case studies, multiple-choice questions and annotated web links

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Jim Stewart is Professor of HRD at Liverpool Business School. He is also Chief Examiner of Learning and Development for the CIPD, as well as Visiting Panel Chair and External Moderator.

Developing People and Organisations introduces and explores concepts relevant to the learning outcomes for the optional units in CIPD’s intermediate-level qualifications in human resource development (HRD) and organisational design and development. It provides a practical and accessible exposition of key theories informing the professional practice of HRD so students can explain and analyse the organisational context of HRD practice and describe, compare and critically evaluate a range of theories and approaches.

Patricia Rogers is part of the Postgraduate Taught Strategy and Development Group, responsible for the development of postgraduate taught strategies across Coventry University.

Written and edited by CIPD-accredited experts in the field and mapped to CIPD’s HR Profession Map, Developing People and Organisations covers key topics such as organisation design and development, developing coaching and mentoring in organisations, meeting OD needs and developments in HRD. It includes reflective activities, annotated further reading, a glossary and case studies to encourage the application of theory to a practical working environment. Online supporting resources include an instructor’s manual, additional case studies, multiple-choice questions and annotated web links.

Table of Contents 1

Organisation Design (Gary Connor, Ian McLean and Michael McFadden) 2 Organisation Development (Sophie Mills, Kristen Stevens, Krish Pinto, Amanda Lee) 3 Developing Coaching and Mentoring within Organisations (Terrence Wendell Brathwaite, Jill Ashley-Jones, Rosalind Maxwell-Harrison) 4 Meeting Organisational Development Needs ( Jim Stewart, Dalbir Sidhu) 5 Contemporary Developments in Human Resource Development ( Jim Stewart, Sharon McGuire) 6 Knowledge Management (Carol Woodhams, Graham Perkins) 7 Improving Organisational Performance (Patricia Rogers, Michelle McLardy, Raymond Rogers, Susan Barnes)

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The Agile Organization 9780749471316 £19.99

Learning and Development 9780749469887 £24.99


<< Provides examples of emergent

People and Organisational Development

<< Includes international case studies

A New Agenda for Organisational Effectiveness

<< Online resources: additional case

Edition 1

This book theories of OD and HRM and details of how these can be applied in the workplace showing both successful and unsuccessful attempts at change studies and practical tools

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 01/01/2012 £47.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843982692 9781843983279

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

376 246x189 Organisational Development

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People and Organisational Development is ideal for both practitioners and students alike. Setting out a new agenda for organisational effectiveness, this book not only covers emergent theories of organisational development and human resources management, it also gives practical examples for how these theories can be applied. Covering everything from how HR can support strategic change and how technology can be an agent of transformation to performance management, diversity, talent management and emotion at work, this book firmly places HR at the heart of a modern approach to OD.

Helen Francis is Director of the Edinburgh Institute of Leadership and People Management (EILPM) and Reader within Edinburgh Napier Business School, UK.

Crucially, People and Organisational Development doesn’t just examine successful change initiatives, it also covers the unsuccessful attempts at organisational change and what can be learnt from these. There is also invaluable discussion of the OD role of HRD in ethics, corporate social responsibility (CSR) and sustainability. Packed with international case studies and examples, this is essential reading for all those studying the CIPD Organisation Design and Organisation Development module and everyone wanting to make a difference to the development of their people and their organisation.

Linda Holbeche is Visiting Professor at both the University of Bedfordshire and Cass Business School and an Associate at Ashridge Business School, UK. Martin Reddington was formerly Global Programme Director, HR Transformation, at Cable & Wireless. Since leaving Cable & Wireless, he blends academic research with consultancy.

Table of Contents 1

Organisational Effectiveness - A New Agenda for Organisational Development (OD) and Human Resource Management (HRM) (Helen Francis, Linda Holbeche and Martin Reddington) 2 The Strategic Context for The New OE (Linda Holbeche) 3 The Historical and Theoretical Background to Organisation Development (Naomi Stanford) 4 Developing an Organisational Strategy from an HR Perspective (Mark Withers) 5 Organisational Culture and Cultural Integration (Valerie Garrow and Graeme Martin) 6 An ER Perspective on Organisational Effectiveness ( John Purcell) 7 Transforming HR to Support Strategic Change (Peter Reilly) 8 Technology as an Agent of Transformation (Martin Reddington) 9 Critical HRD and Organisational Effectiveness (Allan Ramdhony) 10 The Role of Line Managers in HRM, Learning and Innovation ( John Castledine and Douglas W. S. Renwick) 11 Strategic Workforce Capability - Planning for a New Era (Roger Cooper and Melanie Wood)

12 Performance Management and Reward (Roger Cooper and Adrian Furnham) 13 Inclusive Talent Management and Diversity (Eddie Blass and Gillian Maxwell) 14 Employer Branding and Organisational Effectiveness (Helen Francis and Martin Reddington) 15 The OD Role of HRD in Ethics, Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability (Carole Parkes) 16 Emotion at Work (Chiara Amati and Chris Donnegan) 17 The New OE - Future Prospects and Possibilities (Helen Francis, Linda Holbeche and Martin Reddington)

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Introduction to Organisational Behaviour

This book

<< Explores the organisational

behaviour in relation to individuals including personality, motivation, satisfaction and leaning

<< Includes crucial coverage Edition 1

of organisational structures including design, culture, change management and technological innovations

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 27/01/2011 ÂŁ46.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843982470 9781843984115

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

<< Online resources: practitioner

interviews, video clips of key employability skills, additional case studies, activities, a test bank of multiple choice questions and powerpoint slides for lecturers as well as web links for students

536 275x217 Organisational Development

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Michael Butler is a Senior Lecturer in Management in the Work and Organisational Psychology Group of Aston Business School, Aston University, UK.

Ideal for anyone studying an introductory modules in organisational behaviour, Introduction to Organisational Behaviour is a rigorous critique of all essential organisational behaviour topics. A comprehensive book with extensive accompanying online resources make this a must-have package for anyone wanting to understand the theory and practice of organisational behaviour. Practitioner case studies, supporting video interviews where solutions and approaches are discussed, review questions at the end of every chapter make this an essential resource.

Ed Rose teaches Employment Relations and Organisational Behaviour in the Faculty of Business and Law at Liverpool John Moores University, UK

Covering organisational behaviour in the context of individuals, groups and teams and managing organisations as well as the importance of organisational structures and emerging issues, Introduction to Organisational Behaviour gives understanding and guidance on the full spectrum of organisational behaviour issues. Supported by extensive online resources including video interviews, clips of key skills lecture slides, additional tutorial activities and a test bank of multiple choice questions make this a truly integrated print and electronic learning package.

Table of Contents 1

Introduction - A New Model of Learning, Blending Employability Skills, International Focus and Multimedia Elements (Michael Butler and Ed Rose) 1.1 Approaches to Organisational Behaviour (Emma Jeanes) 2 Individuals 2.1 Personality (Steve Woods and Claire Hardy) 2.2 Perception and Managing Emotions ( Jenna Ward and Robert McMurray) 2.3 Motivation and Satisfaction (Tricia Harrison) 2.4 Learning Theories and Practices (Crystal Zhang and Niki Kyriakidou) 3 Groups and Teams 3.1 Work Groups and Teams ( Joanne Richardson and Michael A. West) 3.2 Conflict and Stress in Organisations (Alf Crossman) 3.3 Communication (Markus C. Hasel) 4 Managing Organisations 4.1 Leading and Influencing in Organisations (Yves R. F. Guillaume and Nils-Torge Telle) 4.2 Decision-Making (Michael Butler, Keith BezantNiblett and Karen Caine)

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4.3 Equality and Diversity in Organisations (Maureen Royce) 4.4 Power in Organisations (Ed Rose) 5 Organisational Structure 5.1 Organisational Design, Structure and Work Organisation (Scott A. Hurrell and Cinzia Priola) 5.2 Organisational Culture and Change Management (Cinzia Priola and Scott A. Hurrell) 5.3 Technology in Work Organisations (Michel Ehrenhard, Tanya Bondarouk and Huub Ruel) 5.4 Human Resource Management and Organisational Behaviour (Rory Donnelly) 6 Emerging Issues 6.1 Ethics: Issues and Developments (Ed Rose) 6.2 Conclusion (Ed Rose and Michael Butler)

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Recruitment and Performance Management

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Resourcing and Talent Management Edition 6

This book

<< Takes a comprehensive look at

all areas of resourcing and talent management, from recruitment and retention to retirement and redundancy

<< New to this edition: more

international content and examples, content on technological developments including e-recruitment and resourcing through social media and increased coverage of ethics and CSR

CIPD 24/02/2014 £46.99

Imprint: Date: Price: ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983576 9781843983705

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

456 246x189 Recruitment

<< Online resources: instructor’s

manual, lecture slides, feedback on exercises in the book and web links for each chapter for students

Author Information

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Stephen Taylor, Chartered FCIPD, is a senior lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Exeter Business School in the UK. He is also a Chief Examiner for the CIPD. Before his academic career he worked in a variety of management roles in the hotel industry and the NHS. He is coauthor of Armstrong’s Handbook of Resource Management Practice published by Kogan Page.

Resourcing and Talent Management is the essential companion for the CIPD Resourcing and Talent Management postgraduate module. Mapped to the CIPD unit, this textbook offers broad and accessible coverage of topics such as employment markets, flexibility, fairness, diversity, human resource planning, recruitment, employer branding, retention and retirement. Dismissals and redundancy are also discussed in depth. This fully updated 6th edition of Resourcing and Talent Management includes more international content and examples, content on technological developments including e-recruitment and resourcing through social media and increased coverage of ethics and CSR. Its comprehensive scope makes it ideal for those studying any resourcing, talent management or recruitment and selection module. Online supporting resources for lecturers include an instructor’s manual, lecture slides and feedback on exercises in the book. Student resources include web links for each chapter.

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Introduction Employment Markets and Regulation Flexibility Fairness and Diversity Human Resource Planning Job Analysis and Job Design Recruitment Advertising Alternative Recruitment Methods Employer Branding Selection: The Classic Trio Advanced Methods of Employee Selection The New Employee Succession Planning Measuring and Analysing Employee Turnover Improving Employee Retention Retirement Dismissals Redundancy Resourcing and Talent Management Strategies The Future of Work

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This book

<< Balances theory with practice to

give students a full understanding of the subject

<< Maps to the CIPD advanced-level

unit on Performance Management

<< Online resources: instructor’s

manual, lecture slides, annotated web links for students

Performance Management theory and practice Edition 1

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 29/08/2013 £46.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983057 9781843983286

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

344 246x189 Performance Management

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How do you systematically decide and communicate strategic performance aims, objectives, priorities and targets? How do you plan effective policies and practices? Which techniques, rewards and sanctions should you use to improve performance? How do you critically evaluate the effectiveness of performance management? Performance Management combines theory and practice to help students master these key concepts and apply their learning. Mapping to the CIPD advanced-level unit by the same name, the book is a core text for any student taking a performance management module at undergraduate or postgraduate level.

Sue Hutchinson is an associate professor in HRM at the University of the West of England, where she is also Associate Head of the HRM teaching and research group. She teaches on a range of HRM postgraduate modules including Performance Management, and is actively involved in research. Her main research interests focus on the link between people management and performance, the role of line managers in HRM and involvement and consultation. Previous work experiences include research and teaching at Bath University, policy advisor for the CIPD and industrial relations advisor in the paper industry.

Featuring examples from a range of sectors and organisations across the globe, Performance Management is packed with pedagogical features such as learning outcomes, case studies, activities, reflection questions and further reading to fully engage students with the subject. Online supporting resources include an instructor’s manual, lecture slides and annotated web links for students.

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4

Setting the Scene - HRM and Performance Strategic Performance Management Motivation at Work The Role of Line Managers in Managing Performance 5 Defining and Measuring Individual Work Performance 6 Performance Appraisal and Feedback 7 Integrating Learning and Performance 8 Performance-Related Rewards 9 Managing Under-Performance 10 Absence Management 11 International Performance Management 12 Developing Performance Management

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Armstrong’s Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice 9780749469641 £39.99

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Reward Management

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This book

<< New to this edition: new material

on reward management and gender; the Living Wage; Pay Progression systems; evaluating reward systems; job insecurity and non-standard forms of employment

Reward Management Alternatives, Consequences and Contexts

<< Includes extended and updated

Edition 3

<< Online resources: lecturer guides and powerpoint slides

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 15/05/2016 £45.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843983774 9781843984443

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

448 246x189 Reward Management

coverage of executive pay, pensions, evidence-based reward and Total Reward

Description

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Reward Management is a comprehensive guide to all elements of reward in the workplace. From the theoretical frameworks and legal context of reward to pay structures, pay setting, progression and variable pay schemes, this book provides all the essential information for both students of reward management and practitioners involved in reward management in organisations.

Stephen J. Perkins is Dean of the Faculty and Professor in Corporate Governance and Leadership at London Metropolitan University, UK.

Reward Management also includes discussion of benefits, pensions and non-financial reward as well as essential information about rewarding directors and executives and how to manage international reward management. This includes guidance on how to reward multi-local talent, how to manage multinational contexts for employee reward management and how to account for expatriates in reward management. This 3rd edition includes brand new coverage of reward management and gender, the Living Wage and non-standard forms of employment to ensure that readers are fully aware of the latest contemporary development in reward management. Accompanying online resources include lecturer guides and PowerPoint slights for instructors.

Table of Contents

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Armstrong’s Handbook of Reward Management Practice 9780749473891 £44.99

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Introducing the Reward Management System Conceptual and Theoretical Frameworks The Legal, Employment Relations and Market Context Base Pay Structures and Relationships Pay-Setting, Composition and Progression Variable Pay Schemes Benefits Pensions Non-Financial Reward Rewarding Directors and Executives International Reward Management Reward Management within HRM

Geoff White is Professor of Human Resource Management at the University of Greenwich Business School, UK. Sarah Jones is Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Bedfordshire, UK.

Armstrong’s Handbook of Performance Management 9780749470296 £34.99

The Employer’s Handbook 2014-15 9780749472153 £24.99

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Reward Management in Context

This book

<< Explores both the design and management of reward in organisations

<< Includes coverage of pay structures and pay determination

Edition 1

<< Provides guidance on performance pay and benefits packages

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 01/04/2004 £45.99

ISBN Paperback:

9780852929933

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

240 246x177 Reward Management

Author Information

Description

Angela Wright is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at Westminster Business School, UK. Prior to her current role she taught at Coventry. Before becoming an academic, Angela worked as a Reward Advisor, consultant, editor and researcher on pay, reward and personnel policies.

Reward Management in Context is the ideal textbook for anyone studying a reward management module, whether as part of a CIPD course or on any other HR or business degree. A challenging text, this book takes a critical look at both the design and management of reward in organisations. Covering everything from pay determination and structures, performance pay and benefits packages, this book avoids a prescriptive approach to reward and instead offers a questioning approach to the subject to encourage critical thinking. There is also essential discussion of equality and reward as well as reward in specific contexts such as the difference in reward between the public and private sector. Reward Management in Context is packed with mini case studies, worked examples and analytical discussion points to not only prepare students for their studies but also for the workplace. A perfect balance of theory and practice, this is essential reading for anyone interested in reward management in organisations.

Table of Contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Reward in Context Pay Determination Pay Structures Reward in Specific Contexts Performance Pay Equality and Reward The Benefits Package Flexible Benefits

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Armstrong’s Handbook of Performance Management 9780749470296 £34.99

Armstrong’s Handbook of Strategic Human Resource Management 9780749476823 £34.99

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Talent Management

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Learning and Talent Development Edition 1

This book

<< Shows the nature and benefits

of a critical understanding of and approach to the professional practice of learning and talent development

<< Case studies help students focus on particular concepts and prepare for professional practice

<< Online resources: web links for Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 13/01/2011 £46.99

ISBN Paperback: e-book:

9781843982500 9781843983422

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

392 246x189 Talent Management

each chapter, lecture slides and an instructor’s manual complete with lecture handouts and additional case studies per chapter

Author Information

Description

Jim Stewart is Professor of HRD at Liverpool Business School. He is also Chief Examiner of Learning and Development for the CIPD, as well as Visiting Panel Chair and External Moderator.

Written for the CIPD postgraduate module of the same name, Learning and Talent Development combines a clear and concise structure and writing style with an academic and critical approach to the subject. It analyses and evaluates a range of learning and talent development theories and strategies so students can learn how to take the lead and confidently initiate, develop and implement these strategies, interventions and activities in the workplace.

Clare Rigg lectures at the Institute of Technology, Tralee, Ireland.

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Covering key topics such as the national and organisational context of learning and talent development, concepts related to individual and organisational learning and the functions associated with managing learning and talent development in the context of professional practice, Learning and Talent Development equips individuals to meet the expectations placed upon those performing specialist roles in developing others and is therefore also ideal for undergraduate and postgraduate students of human resource management or business students taking a module in human resource development or learning and development. Online supporting resources include web links for each chapter, lecture slides and an instructor’s manual complete with lecture handouts and additional case studies per chapter.

Table of Contents

Related Titles

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Armstrong’s Handbook of Performance Management 9780749470296 £34.99

Introduction The Nature, Purpose and Context of Learning and Talent Development 2.1 Organising and Managing Learning and Talent Development 2.2 International and National Contexts 2.3 Various and Varying Organisation Contexts 2.4 The Politics of Learning and Talent Development 3 The Process of Learning and Talent Development 3.1 Individual and Organisation Learning in Talent Development 3.2 Establishing Needs and Solutions to Talent Development 3.3 Learning and Talent Development Practical Strategies 4 The Management of Learning and Talent Development 4.1 Designing and Evaluating Talent Development 4.2 Accessing and Managing Resources 4.3 Ethics and Professionalism in Learning and Talent Development 4.4 Doing a Student Research Project 4.5 Conclusion

Employee Engagement 9780749472016 £19.99

The Learning Challenge 9780749471255 £29.99


This book

<< Provides a clear strategic overview of the influential factors involved in managing people within an organisation, which will allow the reader to achieve tangible results and further development

<< New to this edition: is based on Michael Armstrong’s Managing Activities and offers a strategic overview to management and critical perspectives across the subject area

<< Online resources: includes an

online companion site featuring a specimen exam paper and guidance on how to complete it

Managing for Results Edition 2

Imprint: Date: Price:

CIPD 14/09/2005 £43.99

ISBN Paperback:

9781843980148

Extent: Dimensions: Subject:

352 246x177 Talent Management

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Achieving tangible results is key in all sectors and allows organisations to attract, engage and retain the best talent. Managing for Results is a clear guide for HR and management students, as well as current managers and business leaders, to managing within a business context and achieving success. Blending research, theory and practice, topics addressed include the role and development of the manager within the organisation, communication in the workplace, organisational structure and culture, differentiating for excellence and implementing continuous improvement and change.

Gillian Watson is Principal Lecturer in the Faculty of Business and Law at the University of Sunderland, UK. Her current research interests are in strategic development initiatives to internationalise the curriculum. She is one of the authors of the CIPD textbook Managing for Results

This fully revised edition of Managing for Results is based on Michael Armstrong’s Managing Activities and develops it by offering a strategic overview to management and critical perspectives across the subject area. It contains a wide range of features to support student learning, including case studies and examples from leading UK and international organisations, extracts from People Management articles, chapter focused learning objectives, discussions, work-related and critical question exercises, and clear chapter summaries. Your blueprint for achieving success as a manager, this title also includes an online companion site featuring a specimen exam paper and guidance on how to complete it.

Kevin Gallagher is a Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management and currently Programme Leader for BA Applied Management at the University of Sunderland, UK. Kevin has managerial experience in the civil engineering and paper industries both in the UK and overseas and has wide experience teaching on CIPD and HRM programmes.

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The Mindset of Success 9780749473112 £14.99

Introduction The Role of the Manager How do we Develop the Role of the Manager? Communication - How We Inter-Relate Practical Aspects of Communication Working with your Manager Teamworking The Organisational Skeleton - Structure Organisational Communication The Living Organisation - Culture Power and Politics Managing Health and Safety at Work Quality - Differentiating for Excellence Continuous Improvement Enhancing Customer Relations Future Directions: Managing Change

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Talent Management

71


Index of Titles Building and Sustaining a Coaching Culture

32

International Human Resource Management

10

Business Environment

48

International Human Resource Management

13

Business Ethics in Practice

44

Introduction To Employment Law

38

Business Research Methods

47

Introduction to Human Resource Management

12

Business Skills Handbook, The

46

Introduction to Organisational Behaviour

62

Coachâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Coach, The

34

Leadership and Management Development

58

Contemporary Issues in Human Resource Management

15

Leadership Coaching

35

Continuing Professional Development

25

Leading, Managing and Developing People

55

Creating a Learning and Development Strategy

26

Learning and Development Practice in the Workplace

23

Critical Issues in Human Resource Management

16

Learning and Talent Development

70

Cross-Cultural Management in Work Organisations

20

Learning Needs Analysis and Evaluation

28

Designing, Delivering and Evaluating L&D

24

Managing and Leading People

56

Developing People and Organisations

60

Managing Change

30

Developing Skills for Business Leadership

57

Managing Employment Relations

39

Employee Relations in an Organisational Context

41

Managing Financial Information

51

Employment Law

37

Managing for Results

71

Employment Relations

40

Managing Information and Statistics

53

Equality, Diversity and Discrimination

19

People and Organisational Development

61

Everyone Needs A Mentor

33

Performance Management

65

Guide to Employment Statutes, A

42

Personal Development and Management Skills

49

Human Resource Management

8

Research Methods in Human Resource Management

14

Human Resource Management

17

Researching and Writing Dissertations

45

Human Resource Management at Work

9

Resourcing and Talent Management

64

Human Resource Management for MBA and Business Masters

4

Reward Management

67

Human Resource Management in a Business Context

6

Reward Management in Context

68

Human Resource Management in Context

11

Studying Human Resource Management

7

Human Resource Management in Organisations

18

Studying Learning and Development

22

Human Resource Practice

5

Talent On Tap

50

Independent Consultantâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Survival Guide, The

52

Training Practice

27


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