This work is designed to provide the reader with a brief review of Human Capital Management for executives who are interested in learning about HR, Organizational Psychology, and Global Economic Theories This work will present an overview of the origin of markets, the principles that drive human behavior, strategies for developing and managing an HR department, positive psychology, behavioral research for enhancing change management, the emergence of early economic thought, and a brief review of modern economic theories on market behavior This work is primarily designed for individuals who are interested in an introduction to the field of Human Capital Management, guidelines for compliance, strategies for stimulating behavioral change, and responding to market fluctuations from an HR perspective This work may be of interest to those who are first learning about the field of Human Capital Management and Behavioral Economics as well as those who have worked in the field for many years and would like a brief review of the field Published By Erik A Lenderman in Boulder, Colorado Copyright 2017 2018 Detail Erik A Lenderman is the Director of Lenderman Consulting Group Erik A Lenderman has worked in a variety of fields, which range from HR to Project Management, Business Development, Digital Marketing, and much Learn about Erik A Lenderman at www.ErikLenderman.com...
|Title||:||Human Capital Management: A Brief Review of HR, Organizational Psychology, and Economic Systems|
|Publisher||:||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform 1 edition September 27, 2017|
|Number of Pages||:||296 pages|
|File Size||:||765 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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As the founder of a nationally adopted product in Whole Foods with 7-figure sales, and one of the top US leaders for a billion dollar international supplement company, I suggest reading everything that Erik writes. I have never known anyone who has a clearer eye and mind than Erik. I do often have to read his paragraphs twice and even three times, not because they are vague, but because he writes with crystal clear intent, precision and sequential accuracy. And it is that precision that makes it easy for we lesser mortals to gloss over a sentence or three without grasping its importance. Get the book, slow down, and take notes.
Having worked with communities nationwide and beyond that I helped secure $20+ billion. Serving as US Deputy Assistant Secretary for Economic Development, human capital is the tool to build community. Mr. Lenderman's book provides readers with an excellent review of operational management theories and compliance practices. Here is the definition of human capital as economic engine- Take a look at the table of contents and you will observe that this book provides broad coverage of topics ranging from operations to compliance, organizational psychology, economics, and much more. I must admit I know the author yet he tells no one he's writing a book until it is finished. Highly recommended
Erik Lenderman has pulled together a comprehensive reference on HR issues for any senior manager's use. I've hired and/or placed over 200 highly educated/trained individuals, managed them at a major NASA research laboratory, Verizon customer support, the health insurance industry, and as an information technology staffing professional. Lenderman has captured important content on every major issue I ever faced in the past, and it appears that he has anticipated issues that I am likely to face in the future.
As a Sr. HR Leader for multiple Fortune 500 companies, I can say that this publication provides HR professionals with a broad review of the fields of organizational management, compliance, organizational psychology, and theories in economics. The publication provides a comprehensive review of these subjects in preparation for further study,. A great overall introduction to HR
Erik is a thought leader in HCM, I wish we had this text when I studied at Wharton School of Business.