Volume III, Number 2
June 1999

For Current And Emerging Thought Leaders And Senior Management

Features

HUMAN RESOURCES:
OUTSIDE THE “COMFORT ZONE”

By Jenni Lehman
11

  WHAT HR NEEDS TO UNDERSTAND ABOUT THE CHANGING IT WORKFORCE
By Diane Tunick Morello
16
 

ENTERPRISE PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT:
SEIZING THE Y2002 OPPORTUNITY

By Joel Lapointe
22

SECURE FLEXIBILITY IN WEB-BASED EMPLOYEE/MANAGERIAL SELF-SERVICE
By Gary L. Durbin
26

POST-MODERN HR SYSTEMS (PART 2)
By Robert H. Stambaugh
30

Departments  

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

VISIONS OF THE FUTURE:
WHAT GOOD IS A LAPTOP SYSTEM WHEN YOU’RE NOT SITTING AT A DESK?

By Robert H. Stambaugh
4

ON THE KNOWLEDGE FRONTIER:
OWNERSHIP OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT — POINT/COUNTERPOINT

By Dr. Scott Tannenbaum
6

WORKING IN A CONNECTED WORLD:
MANAGING CONNECTED ASSETS

By Valdis Krebs
64

HRIS LEGAL UPDATE:
UNITED STATES - WITHHOLDING FROM EMPLOYEE WAGES

By Edward Lee Isler, Esq.
68

HRIS LEGAL UPDATE:
EUROPE - WORKSTATION ERGONOMICS

By Phil Jones
70

HRIS CASE STUDY:
CAUTION: BPO CROSSING AHEAD!

By Robert H. Stambaugh
72

BOOK REVIEWS
By Sharon Lampton
75

EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES
78

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES  

INTRODUCTION
By Brian Kimball
49

NORTH AMERICA:
TOTAL STRATEGIC OUTSTANDING

By Dr. Carl C. Hoffmann
50

WESTERN EUROPE:
THE YEAR OF THE EUROPEAN INTERNET

By Paul English
54

CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE:
THE HR MANAGER’S HOME PAGE: “HR INFO CENTER”

By Gabor Erdi
57

ASIA/PACIFIC:
THE IMPACT ON ASIA OF ERP DRIVEN GLOBAL SOLUTIONS

By Mark Hodges, EquaTerra
60

AFRICA:
WORKPLACE DEMOCRACY IN AFRICA

By Philip Booth
62

   
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