The new talent acquisition frontier : integrating HR and diversity strategy in the private and public sectors and higher education /
Edna Chun and Alvin Evans ; forewords by Andy Brantley and Benjamin D. Reese Jr.
First edition.
Sterling, Virginia : Stylus Publishing, LLC, 2014.
xvii, 194 pages ; 24 cm
1620360837 (hc : alk. paper), 1620360845 (pbk. : alk. paper), 9781620360835 (hc: alk. paper), 9781620360842 (pbk. : alk. paper), 9781620360859 (library networkable e-edition), 9781620360866 (consumer e-edition)
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Sterling, Virginia : Stylus Publishing, LLC, 2014.
1620360837 (hc : alk. paper)
1620360845 (pbk. : alk. paper)
9781620360835 (hc: alk. paper)
9781620360842 (pbk. : alk. paper)
9781620360859 (library networkable e-edition)
9781620360866 (consumer e-edition)
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The Business Case for Integrating HR and Diversity Strategy -- Reciprocal Empowerment: The Foundation of Inclusive Talent Practices -- Diversity Competencies of the HR Leader -- HR Leaders as Architects of Diversity Change -- Creating the HR Talent Infrastructure for Diversity -- Building the HR/Diversity Strategic Plan -- Synthesis and Recommendations.
"For HR professionals and leaders, chief diversity officers, line managers, and executives in the private and public sectors and higher education, this book presents a systematic approach to integrating HR practices and strategic diversity initiatives to create the inclusive, high performance workforce that every enterprise and institution needs to succeed in an increasingly multicultural society and global marketplace. The authors’ point of departure is that talent is the primary strategic asset necessary for organizational survival and success in a demographically diversifying and globally interconnected world. Organizations seeking to attain their full potential in this new talent frontier must optimize their human capital resources by the deliberate development of synergy between human resource (HR) and diversity programs. Failure to integrate and coordinate these two functions will erode organizational competitiveness, whether it is in developing new markets, products, programs, or services. As the first book to provide a concrete roadmap to integrated HR and diversity strategy, the authors identify two critical practices: talent management through the orchestration of HR and diversity programs to enhance organizational capability by unleashing, mobilizing, nurturing, and sustaining the contributions of a diverse and talented workforce; and talent sustainability through the close integration of HR and diversity to continuously develop systems, structures, processes, and a culture that heighten employee commitment, engagement, and inclusion. They further believe that there should be a commonality of practice across all types of organizations, and that each sector can learn from the others to accelerate its adaptation to today’s rapidly shifting national and global realities. Based on the most current research and on interviews with HR and diversity leaders in major organizations, this book provides the reader with concrete strategies and practical tools for implementing a successful and sustainable talent management program. It also addresses common barriers to the development of synergistic HR and diversity strategy, and how to overcome them. Given the evolutionary nature of the integration of HR and diversity, the authors present nine extensive case studies from all organizational sectors, as well as from the two leading Human Resource professional associations – the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR) – to illustrate the dynamic intersection between HR and diversity practices."--Publisher's website.
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