Volume IV, Number 3
October-December 2000

For Current And Emerging Thought Leaders And Senior Management

Features

VISIONS OF THE FUTURE: THE WORKFORCE OF THE FUTURE
By Alfred J.Walker
8

  VISIONS OF THE FUTURE: BUILDING THE HR BUSINESS PARTNER
By Scott I.Tannenbaum, Ph.D.
13
 

VISIONS OF THE FUTURE: THE PACE OF TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION
By Row Henson
19

VISIONS OF THE FUTURE: THE FUTURE OF EMPLOYEE DATA MANAGEMENT
By James W. Candler
21

VISIONS OF THE FUTURE: WE NEED LESS IM, MORE OLD-FASHIONED HR
By Vinnie Mirchandani
24

HR TECHNOLOGY IN THE FUTURE
By Row Henson
27

GLOBALIZING HRIS:THE NEW TRANSNATIONAL MODEL
By Karen Beaman and Alfred J.Walker
30

KNOWLEDGE NETWORKS: WE ARE OUR ARTEFACTS
By Charles Armstrong and Valdis Krebs
44

ORGANIZATIONAL KNOWLEDGE MAPPING: BUILDING A KNOWLEDGE-BASED ORGANIZATION
By Gerald R. Falkowski and Robert A. Ray, Jr.
48

STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING THE CONSULTANT RELATIONSHIP IN MIDSIZE ENTERPRISE HR PROJECTS
By Pat Phelan and Jason Pitou
52

AFTER THE VOLCANO... OR LIFE IN THE NEW HR VILLAGE
By Sally Grande and Civi Jacobsen
56

ALIGNING PEOPLE TO STRATEGY
By Tim Bean and Bernard Schweizer
59

A SUCCESSFUL WORLDWIDE DECISION SUPPORT SOLUTION — A CASE STUDY
By Bruce T. Johnson and Robert Rupar
64

Departments  

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

VISIONS OF THE FUTURE: VAPORWARE ... OR AROMATHERAPHY?
By Robert H. Stambaugh
5

WORKING IN THE CONNECTED WORLD: KISS OF THE LOVE SPIDER
By Valdis Krebs
71

IN THEIR OWN WORDS: MICHAEL D. MCMASTER
By Robert H. Stambaugh
75

LEGAL UPDATE: EUROPE: CATCHER IN THE NET
By Phil Jones
80

EXECUTIVES VIEWS ON HR TECHNOLOGY: PAT J. MENEELY
By Jay F. Stright
84

HRIS CASE STUDY: DOWN THE STRETCH THEY COME!
By Joel R. Lapointe
87

BOOK REVIEWS
By Nancy Paule Melone, Ph.D.
90

EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES
108

INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES  

INTRODUCTION
By Brian Kimball
93

NORTH AMERICA: THE NORTH AMERICAN SCENE
By Ian Turnbull
94

EUROPE: DOES THE UK WANT TO BE EUROPEAN?
By Jackie Penticost
96

AUSTRALIA: HRIS AT A JUNCTURE — THE FUTURE OF E-HR
By Ken Pritchett
99

ASIA: FEEDING THE DRAGON: HOW THE EMIGRANT SKILLED WORKFORCE WILL PRIME CHINA’S PARTICIPATION IN THE GLOBAL KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY
By James Finlay
101

AFRICA: KNOWLEDGE NEEDS IN A NEW AGE
By Lorna Cook
105

   
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