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The emergence of the resource-based view of the firm has meant that, increasingly, issues in human resource management occupy a central place in the agenda of management and strategy. Strategic Human Resource Management brings together outstanding contributions from some of the leading thinkers in contemporary management, to consider a range of debates around the morality and ethics of management; the consumer culture; the influence of the service ethic and Total Quality Management; flexible working, new organizational forms and networks; knowledge creation and the impact of technology. Designed to meet the needs of current course teaching, Strategic Human Resource Management is an invaluable text that helps define the increasingly complex agenda for students of human resource management, strategy, and organizations.
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