This compact, easy-to-read book aims at presenting the basic principles, practices, and advancements made in human resource management. It shows the enduring values of those principles, as well as the significance of the models, techniques and tools evolved - which may rightly be called classics as these have been propounded by HRM proponents, time tested, and proved permanent.
The book covers three major subjects of manage-ment - Human Resource Management (HRM)/Human Resource Development (HRD), Organizational Behaviour (OB), and Organizational Development (OD) - under 18 different themes.
What distinguishes the text is that it uses 300 models, techniques, and tools that are well established, practised, and proven in the field of HRM. The practical implications of these techniques are also discussed, enabling the reader to comprehend the concepts with ease. The book, which is a unique blend of theory and practice, would be useful to postgraduate students of management, all those specializing in human resource management, and the professionals.