Volume IV, Number 2
June 2000

For Current And Emerging Thought Leaders And Senior Management

Features

2020: A LOOK AT HR TECHNOLOGY IN THE NEXT 20 YEARS
By Row Henson
8

  THE 5C MODEL FOR MEASURING HRM IMPACT
By Monica Belcourt, Ph.D.
14
 

HUMAN RESOURCES SELF-SERVICE/PORTAL VALUE PROPOSITION:
BEYOND ROI TO JOI

By Alexia Martin
20

HR C-COMMERCE PERSPECTIVE: MANAGING HUMAN CAPITAL ASSETS IN A COLLABORATIVE ENVIRONMENT
By Jenni Lehman
28

MANAGING HR IN THE NEW BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT:
PARADIGMS, PARADOXES AND PROFIT

By Brian Kimball
32

ISSUES AND DIRECTIONS FOR HR IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM: IMPLICATIONS FOR HR OF THE MIGRATION FROM PRODUCTION- TO KNOWLEDGE-WORKER (PART 2)
By Jay F. Stright and David H. Goodman, Ph.D.
37

RESPONDING TO WORKPLACE CHANGE: NEW ROLES FOR THE HRIS
By Charles Fay, Ph.D.
44

ORGANIZATIONAL DESIGN AT BRITISH AIRWAYS: A CASE STUDY
By Naomi Stanford
53

HR SYSTEMS: GOODBYE EDUCATION, HELLO LEARNING
By Robert H. Stambaugh
58

CONVERSATION WITH DR. JAC FITZ-ENZ
By Robert H. Stambaugh
67

Departments  

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

VISIONS OF THE FUTURE: I HEAR FOOTSTEPS
By Robert H. Stambaugh
6

ON THE KNOWLEDGE FRONTIER: KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT FOR HR: HEY, WHAT ABOUT US?
By Scott I.Tannenbaum and George M.Alliger
86

WORKING IN THE CONNECTED WORLD:
SOCIAL CAPITAL — THE KILLER APP FOR HR IN THE 21ST CENTURY

By Valdis Krebs
89

EXECUTIVES VIEWS ON HR TECHNOLOGY: INTERVIEW WITH SUSAN J. BYINGTON
By Jay R. Stright
92

HRIS LEGAL UPDATE: UNITED STATES: WHEN EMPLOYEES COMPETE — DUTY OF LOYALTY IN THE WORKPLACE
By Edward Lee Isler, Esq.
95

HRIS LEGAL UPDATE: EUROPE: BEST VALUE IN THE UK
By Phil Jones
97

HRIS CASE STUDY: PICKING UP THE PACE
By David A. Link
99

BOOK REVIEWS
By Lisa Marie Plantamura, Ph.D.
102

EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES
104

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES  

INTRODUCTION
By Brian Kimball
71

NORTH AMERICA: OLD ECONOMY TO NEW ECONOMY — LEADING THE CHARGE OR LAGGING BEHIND
By Ian Turnbull
72

EUROPE: EUROPE AND THE “SOCIAL PARTNERSHIP”— CAN WE RE-SKILL FOR E-BUSINESS?
By Jackie Penticost
74

AUSTRALASIA: NEW GST LEGISLATION AND LABOR CLASSIFICATION IN AUSTRALIA
By John Macy
77

ASIA: SINGAPORE’S MANPOWER 21: HOW CAN EMPLOYERS CAPITALISE ON A GOVERNMENT’S “VISION OF A TALENT CAPITAL”?
By Stacy Chapman
79

AFRICA: TECHNOLOGY — TAKING AND MAXIMISING THE HR OPPORTUNITIES BEFORE THEY’RE ALL GONE
By Philip Booth
82

LATIN AMERICA: NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND CENTRALIZED SERVICES FOR INFORMATION AND LIQUIDATION OF SALARIES AND SOCIAL CHARGES
By Julián Arturo de Diego
84

   
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