This volume views innovation of HRM in two ways: At one end, HR practices and policies should be designed to support innovative organizational members and climates, new ideas, and larger capacities. At the other end, the HRM function evolves by applying new structures to the practices, and by involving new agents in the management process.Veldhoen describes trends like open offices, individualization and new information technologies that enable a lot of choices in where and when to work. ... Work is done at home, on the road or at the customer. ... the physical environment (the building and interior design of the office) and (3) the behavioural environment or mental dimension (attitudes ... world will reach 1.3 billion by 2015 and that the number of mobile broadband users will exceed those of PC broadband users by 2016.
|Title||:||Human Resource Management, Social Innovation and Technology|
|Author||:||Tanya Bondarouk, Miguel R. Olivas-Luján|
|Publisher||:||Emerald Group Publishing - 2014-08-11|