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A systematic approach to people management
Managing people from different cultures
Change management revisited
Why and how do organisations change?
'Strategic' or 'planned' change
Change can occur in many forms. It can be radical or incremental, planned or emergent,strategic or non-strategic. It can be top-down or bottom-up. The change strategy can use coercion, persuasion or power sharing. One of the greatest problems for an organisation that needs to adapt to new conditions is
The roles and responsibilities of supervisors
Developing effective supervision skills
What are 'performance management' and 'performance appraisal'?
Why appraise performance?
The practice of performance appraisal
Virtually all organisations are hierarchical. They consist of a series of levels of management, each of which is responsible to the one above it, and responsible for the one below it. Unless you occupy a junior position in an organisation you will be responsible for the supervision of a group of people whom we will refer to as 'your staff'.
Recruitment and selection
The recruitment process
Selection methods and their effectiveness
Dismissing staff: what are the responsibilities of managers?
Selecting the right people is possibly the most important function of a manager. The future of any organisation depends on the quality and suitability of the people working for it. New people who do not share the values or the culture of the organisation are going to present ongoing problems of integration and management.
Job design—what you already know
Job analysis: understanding existing jobs
Trends in the nature of work
Alternative work arrangements
What does this mean for the people manager?
What are industrial and employee relations?
Why is IR important for people management?
The major players in IR
Industrial relations in Australia
International industrial relations
The importance of communication
The importance of negotiation
Different approaches to negotiation: distributive and integrative bargaining
The process and tactics of negotiation
What are power and politics?
Organisations as political systems
Dimensions of power: resources, process, meanings and systems
Power and people management
Employment and workplace law revisited
Organisations and legal frameworks
The European Union
The United States
Legislation in the Asia Pacific region
What managers of people must do