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HR Global Challenges: How Developing Nations Can Find Their Dreams by Demanding Excellence in the Workplace [Kindle Edition]

Syed Imtiaz Hussain

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Book Description

HR Global Challenges offers a step-by-step plan for a developing nation to compete more effectively in an ever-changing global economy. The key is to create innovative strategies and seize the advantage of its most precious resource—its people.

Drawing on more than twenty-eight years of experience in human resources, Syed Imtiaz Hussain addresses the economic hardships of unemployment in developing countries. Especially in Pakistan, HR departments in many organizations are small in size and low in status. Their functions are viewed as relatively unimportant. But as HR workers become increasingly vital in today’s global economy, Hussain believes that this pattern will change.

Hussain directly addresses the critical challenges that test CEOs in the following areas:

* Organization structure
* Technology
* Knowledge management
* Recruitment
* Performance appraisal
* Training and development

This inspiring guide is a must-read for human-resource professionals, CEOs, and top-echelon business managers, academics, and political leaders in South and Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and other developing nations worldwide. If you are a human resources practitioner, this upbeat advice will lead you to reevaluate your strengths, think outside the box, and shape the future.

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About the Author

Syed Imtiaz Hussain has worked as a human resources practitioner for more than twenty-eight years. He holds two master’s degrees from the University of Karachi, one in political science and the other in administrative science. He is the founder and executive director of World of Human Resource Professionals (WHRP), a nonprofit organization dedicated to developing human-resource professionalism in Pakistan. He enjoys sharing his knowledge and experience with the young HR Professionals and accomplishes this by giving lectures, presentations in universities/colleges and participating in seminars and conferences.

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  • File Size: 621 KB
  • Print Length: 453 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004CFARS4
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Syed Imtiaz Hussain has more than twenty-eight years of experience as an HR Practitioner, working in HR management and legal and industrial relations for prestigious multinational as well as national organizations.

Imtiaz has lived his experiences, not just studied them. Working in multi-faced disciplines of HR has developed his vision and skills in practical applications of management theories and techniques, while working with other people to gain practical insights into group and teamwork.

Imtiaz holds two Master's degrees, one in Political Science and another in Administrative Science (Human Resources). Before receiving his Master's degrees, Imtiaz received a postgraduate diploma in Public Administration. He also holds Bachelor's degrees in Law and Arts.

He is the founder and Executive Director of World of Human Resource Professionals (WHRP) in Pakistan, a private non-profit association dedicated to developing human-resource professionalism in Pakistan.


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