Issues in human resource management in central Europe
Provides a number of basic indicators in support of the assertion that, while the general-management literature on post-command developments in central and eastern Europe is well established, the corresponding literature in HRM/HRD is probably less well advanced. Highlights the issues identified by each of the contributors, two organising themes being involved. The first asserts the value of mutual knowledge transfer, through which the western academic and practitioner might benefit as much as his/her central European counterpart; the second considers the extent to which personnel managers can make a strategic, as distinct from administrative-operational, contribution to the organisation in the post-command economy.
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