10 DCU Business School Faculty Members contribute to new Strategic HRM Book
Strategic HRM: Research and Practice in Ireland provides an integrated overview of the theory and practice of strategic human resource management (SHRM), including a critical analysis of its relevance, application and development in an Irish context. Each of the chapters in this collection carefully considers global progress and debates in SHRM before examining how Irish research evidence contributes to these debates.
Featuring contributions from twenty‐one leading Irish academics, Strategic HRM: Research and Practice in Ireland brings together a wealth of evidence on SHRM in Ireland. This book is an invaluable resource for undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral students interested in exploring contemporary developments and research in SHRM, while also serving as a reflective resource for experienced executives. The book draws on significant DCU Business School expertise representing 10 out of the 21 contributors and half of the chapters.
Focusing on progress, practice, context and challenges, the contributors explore:
The status of SHRM in Ireland
SHRM in the recession
Pay and performance
Knowledge and learning
SHRM in knowledge‐intensive firms
SHRM in small and medium‐sized enterprises
SHRM in healthcare
Careers and career development
The limitations of SHRM
The book is edited by Brian Harney, lecturer in Strategic HRM and Kathy Monks, Emeritus Professor of Human Resource Management at Dublin City University Business School.
If you are interested in studying HR Strategies in DCU Business School, fill out the form below to download our Brochure:
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