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The journal's primary objective is to be the leading publication for senior HR professionals who are dedicated to improving business results. Corporate case studies, research and a wealth of practical ideas are intended to help such individuals improve performance. Strategic HR Review is written by practitioners for practitioners.
The journal seeks written material from practitioners that will significantly enhance both the thinking and practical development within the subject areas outlined below, for the benefit of other like-minded HR professionals. Articles that will aid the development of leaders and help empower HR managers are most welcome. Also, the journal wishes to receive contributions from persons who are driving corporate culture change and who can prove the value of their initiatives. As a forward thinking publication, the journal is also keen to air the latest ideas on how new technologies are impacting on HR related processes.
Strategic HR Review is the definitive guide to everything that's happening globally in the HR arena. It gives you practical solutions for developing an effective culture, managing change, moving from a transactional to a strategic function and managing a global and dispersed workforce.
Each issue of the journal brings you the best of what really works in strategic HR. So save time developing policies from scratch by learning from your peers, examine their successes, apply them and avoid the pitfalls they experienced.
The journal will enable you to:
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