This exciting new text, written by some of the leading experts in the field, is the first of its kind to tackle the increasingly popular topic of sustainable HRM. Structured in six parts, the book guides students and...Show More
This exciting new text, written by some of the leading experts in the field, is the first of its kind to tackle the increasingly popular topic of sustainable HRM. Structured in six parts, the book guides students and practitioners through all of the key areas of the subject at hand, from setting out the background and institutional contexts for sustainable HRM in the twenty-first century, to examining the theories and practices that underpin it, and the strategies and implementation methods associated with it, all from a global perspective. The text draws on the most up-to-date and cutting-edge research and scholarship, as well as industry best-practice, in order to explore the intersection between human resource management and the creation of sustainable organisations.This is an essential text for upper-level undergraduate, postgraduate and MBA students taking modules on sustainable HRM. It can also be used as a supplementary text by those studying strategic HRM more broadly and by practitioners interested in implementing sustainable HRM.
- The first text to tackle the challenging topic of HRM and sustainability.
- Written by a leading scholar in the field of HRM, with contributions by academic experts from all over the world.
- Real-world examples from across the globe, relating to organisations including IKEA, Southwest Airlines, Johnson & Johnson and Nokia.
Chapter 1: Human Resource Management in the 21st century: Sustainable HRM
Part II: Framing sustainable HRM.- Chapter 2: Institutional Contexts for Developing Sustainable HRM
Chapter 3: A Paradox Perspective for Sustainable HRM
Part III: Developing Values and Strategies for Sustainable HRM.- Chapter 4: Sustainable HRM Practices: Values and Characteristics Chapter
5: Sustainable HRM Theories: Simultaneous Benefits for Organizations and Chapter
6: Sustainable HRM for Environmental Management: Green HRM
Chapter 7: Implementing Sustainable HRM Practices
Part IV: Sustainable HRM – Implementation, Measurement and Reporting.- Chapter 8: Bridging Sustainable HRM Theory and Practice: The Respect Openness Continuity Model
Chapter 9: Measurements for Sustainable HRM Practices
Chapter 10: Sustainability Reporting and Sustainable HRM
Part VI - Developing the Future of Sustainable HRM
Chapter 11: Sustainable HRM Roles and Competencies
Chapter 12: Global Sustainable HRM practices.
If you want to understand and engage in the practice and scholarship of this new field of sustainable HRM, read this book. With lucid prose and strong grounding in the academic literature, Sugumar Mariappanadar provides detailed discussions of the challenges facing proponents of sustainable economic development worldwide and offers practical examples of the steps being taken to improve our common future. It’s the best book of its kind available today. – Susan E. Jackson, Rutgers University, USA
This is a comprehensive book that will enhance your understanding and enable you to design and implement HRM practices for achieving organizational financial performance without compromising on stakeholders’ wellbeing. It illustrates various domains of Sustainable HRM with sound theories to shape HRM practices with pro-organizational, social and environmental values. – Klaus J. Zink, University of Kaiserslautern, Germany
Sugumar Mariappanadar guides readers with clarity of purpose and direction through and beyond the layers of controversy—and opportunity—that HRM thinking and practices labelled as ‘sustainable’ can offer. The author’s open and engaging style draws readers in, informs them comprehensively about strategic contexts for sustainable HRM, and allows them spaces to reflect critically on their own values in relation to current HRM practice and research. With this book, Dr Mariappanadar will both prompt and satisfy the curiosity of students and of practitioners of HRM as they prepare for an increasingly complex future. – Keith Jackson, SOAS University of London, UK; Kobe University, Japan
This inspirational book makes an exciting scholarly contribution to an increasingly important debate on the intersection between the management of human resources and the creation of sustainable organisations. Expertly analysed, it will appeal to students, scholars, policy makers and the wider business and social science community. – Thomas Lange, Middlesex University, UK
Sugumar Mariappanadar has written a thoughtful and strategic book which will certainly become essential reading in its field. It marries high level incisive scholarship with enlightening cases of companies which have adopted proactive policies in term of HRM sustainability. I am sure it will generate many new ideas about the manner to sustainably conduct people management, in itself a key element in achieving global sustainability. – Philippe Debroux, Soka University, Japan
This topical book shows how the challenges of sustainable HRM can give rise to paradoxes in the implementation of new practices and how managers can handle the tensions that may arise. It is welcome and timely, especially as the book takes an analytical, rather than a prescriptive approach. – Greg J. Bamber, Monash University, Australia
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
- A Course in Behavioral Economics Erik Angner
- Entrepreneurship and Small Business Paul Burns
- Economic Methodology Marcel Boumans, John Davis
- The Theory and Practice of Change Management John Hayes
- Human Resource Management, 6th edition John Bratton, Jeff Gold
- Simulation Stewart Robinson
- People, Management and Organizations Anna Sutton
- Quantitative Methods Louise Swift, Sally Piff
- New Venture Creation Paul Burns
- An Introduction to Information Systems David Whiteley
- An Introduction to Behavioral Economics Nick Wilkinson, Matthias Klaes
- Operations Management David Barnes