Cases in Human Resource Management

ISBN Number : 978-93-5262-630-4

Library Price : Rs.1350

Library Dollar Price : 54$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2016

No. Of Pages : 216

About The Book

This book, the first of its kind in India, presents 26 interesting case studies in the area of human resources management. The cases simulate the real life human resource management environment in the Indian business and industry. The case book promotes learning by the case method where the managers learn by analysing problems, diagnosing central problems, finding alternative after a cost- benefit analysis. The cases are drawn from leading organisations in private, public, and cooperative sectors.

The cases cover all areas of human resource management, human resource management, human resource philosophy, policy, systems and procedures, human resource planning, recruitment and selection, training and development, compensation, promotions and transfers, motivation and morale, employee relations, organization, discipline. This volume is extremely useful to students of management and human resources management, faculty, line and staff managers, including human resources managers, and in short, to all people, who have to manage people.



Case 1.Reorganisation of Personal Department of the Great Multinational
Case 2.Personnel Policy of Trans Airways (TA)
Case 3.Five-Year Manpower Plan of Prakash Mills
Case 4.The Missing Men on
Case 5.GM Oil Corporation Plays Global Chess with its Managers
Case 6.Cama-the Brilliant
Case 7.Promotion of Ram
Case 8.The ABC Appraisal and Counselling Promotion
Case 9.God! They Are Killing Me
Case 10.Task Force on Promotion
Case 11. Read the Newspaper and Collect Your Salary
Case 12. Suggestion Systems in Industry
Case 13. Rajan-the Branch Manager
Case 14. Anyone for a Spot of Lunch
Case 15. EAM-An Experiment in Business
Case 16. A Case of Dismissal
Case 17. Mr. Peevish
Case 18. No Smoking
Case 19. General Gupta
Case 20. Akbar-the Pathan
Case 21. The Case of Mrs. Chatterjee
Case 22. Leave Your Self-Respect at Home
Case 23. A Day After Gudipadva
Case 24. Take This Transfer or Leave
Case 25. Don’t Come After Lunch
Case 26. Hope to God He Will Leave on his Own

About The Author

M.N. Rudrabasavaraj´╗┐ -

President and Executive Director of MNR Associates Pvt. Ltd., a firm of international management consultants, headquartered in Singapore but with operations exetended to countries like Singapore, Japan, India, Indonesia, USA, UK, Europe, South Korea, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, China, Taiwan, Canada, Fiji, Middle East, etc. Consultancy assignments cover advising and assisting clients in improving management, human resources management, human resource development, professionalisation, management philosophy, leadership, future professional management development, organisation design, development and structuring, total productivity improvement, customer first management, career development and management succession, quality of management, people and services, corporate planning and expansion and undertaking various studies-corporate, national, regional and global-on industries, markets, consumers, employees and developing models, manuals, systems, policies, procedures and organisation cultures.

Very much married, with a son, who is schooling and interested in all good things in life. Currently engaged in developing and implementing Global Human Growth Model dedicated to providing the three fundamental Es-(1) education for all, (2) employment for all, (3) energising all people to realise their maximum potentialities and assisting and advising Governments and Global Agencies in Human Growth and changing the world for better.

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