Volume III, Number 1
March 1999

For Current And Emerging Thought Leaders And Senior Management

Features

E-HR – A WALK THROUGH A 21ST CENTURY HR DEPARTMENT
By Dr. John Sullivan
11

  COMPETENCY BASED MANAGEMENT: MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF IMPLEMENTATION – ENGLISH VERSION
By Susan Hayden
16
 

KOMPETENZMANAGEMENT: HERAUSFORDERUNGEN BEI DER IMPLEMENTIERUNG – DEUTSCHE VERSION
By Susan Hayden
20

BEYOND DEVELOPMENT: USING 360º FEEDBACK RESULTS IN HR PLANNING
By Marcia L. Jones, Ph.D.
25

POST-MODERN HR SYSTEMS (PART 1)
By Robert H. Stambaugh
31

Departments  

FROM THE Editor
By Karen V. Beaman, Jeitosa Group International
AN OVERVIEW OF ARTICLES IN THE ISSUE
3

VISIONS OF THE FUTURE: POWER TO THE PEOPLE!
By Robert H. Stambaugh
4

ON THE KNOWLEDGE FRONTIER: BIGGER IS NOT ALWAYS BETTER
By Dr. Scott Tannenbaum
6

WORKING IN THE CONNECTED WORLD: SENSE-MAKING AT INTERNET SPEED
By Valdis Krebs
59

HRIS LEGAL UPDATE: USA GUIDELINES FOR MONITORING EMPLOYEES IN THE WORKPLACE
By Edward Lee Isler, Esq.
61

HRIS LEGAL UPDATE: EUROPE CLOCK WATCHING
By Phil Jones
63

HRIS CASE STUDY: PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT DISCRIMINATION? A CORPORATION DEFENDS ITS PRACTICES
By Dr. Carl C. Hoffmann
65

BOOK REVIEWS
By Sharon Lampton
69

EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES
73

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES  

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES: INTRODUCTION
By Brian Kimball
41

NORTH AMERICA: PROGNOSTICATIONS
By Dr. Carl C. Hoffmann
42

WESTERN EUROPE: THE YEAR OF THE EURO
By Karen V. Beaman
46

CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE: HR AND THE INTERNET
By Gabor Erdi
50

ASIA/PACIFIC: MALAYSIA:A 20/20 VISION FOR PEOPLE MANAGEMENT
By John Macy
54

AFRICA:WORKPLACE EQUITY RAISES THE NEED FOR A BROADER APPROACH
By Philip Booth
57

   
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