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Author: Sue Weekes; Scott Beagrie
Publisher: Oxford, England : Capsone Pub., 2002.
Series: ExpressExec., People ;, 09.03.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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E-People covers the key areas of online people strategies, including how Web-based technology can streamline and automate traditional HR tasks, transform HR into a more strategic function and help to build a more effective and motivated workforce. Examples and lessons from some of the world?s most successful businesses, including BP, Exult, Getty Images, IBM, ICL and Oracle, and ideas from the smartest thinkers.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Sue Weekes; Scott Beagrie
ISBN: 1841123455 9781841123455
OCLC Number: 49882808
Notes: "ExpressExec."
The ExpressExec is organized into ten core subject areas: Innovation -- Enterprise -- Strategy -- Marketing -- Finance -- Operations and technology -- Organizations -- Leading -- People -- Life and work.
Description: 104 pages ; 18 cm.
Contents: Introduction to Express Exec Why Online People Strategies are Important The E--People Matrix Evolution: The Human Resources Heritage Technology: Rip It Out and Start Again? Globalization: " Seamless Digital Workplace" The State of the Art: The World of Work, but Not As We Know it Case Studies Key Concepts and Thinkers References and Resources Ten Steps to Making It Work Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Index
Series Title: ExpressExec., People ;, 09.03.
Responsibility: Sue Weekes and Scott Beagrie.

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