Volume XIII, Number 3
2009

For Current And Emerging Thought Leaders And Senior Management

IN THIS ISSUE:
Global HR

 

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FROM THE PUBLISHER’S DESK

AN OVERVIEW OF ARTICLES IN THE ISSUE

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FEATURES  
LEVERAGING HR TECHNOLOGY: FROM GLOBAL SAVINGS TO TRANSNATIONAL VALUE
By Lexy Martin, CedarCrestone, and Karen V. Beaman, Jeitosa Group International
3
 
 
A NEW APPROACH TO GLOBAL HUMAN RESOURCES TRANSFORMATION
By Robin Lissak, Jason Geller, Marty DiMarzio and Ethel Neo, Deloitte Consulting LLP
23

TEN MYTHS ABOUT TALENT MANAGEMENT
By Laura Schroeder,Workday
31

EMBRACE THE CHANGE: GLOBAL LABOR TRENDS
By Pam Berklich, Kelly Services
40

ENHANCING EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT: A VALIDATION STUDY IN ITALY
By Edward Hoffman, Ph.D.,Yeshiva University, Francesca Soglian, M.B.A.,Academy of Italian MBAs and
Fernando Ortiz, Ph.D., Gonzaga University
44

WHY HR TRANSFORMATION SHOULD BE A STRATEGIC PRIORITY FOR GLOBAL ORGANIZATIONS
By Subroto Kar and Satish Srinivasan, InfoSys Technologies.
52

DEPARTMENTS  
SYSTEMATICHR
GLOBAL HR

By Wesley Wu, Systematic HR
58

CONNECTED WORLD
EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT: CREATING A GLOBAL COMMUNITY

By David Zinger
60

   
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