HR & bottomlineNo. Of Articles:12

    Mar-2005
  • Ritu Koppula
    A discussion on merging our knowledge of measurement applied to the intangible resources within...
  • Feb-2005
  • Paul Van Katwyk
    In the measurement-focused world, HR initiatives face close scrutiny like any business proposal...
  • Dec-2004
  • Dreams, plans and ambitions, don't they come naturally to all of us? If only, transforming them...
  • May-2004
  • Joseph Ng
    Measuring and managing human capital is no rocket science. It is simply a defined framework to...
  • Jan-2003
  • Anindya K. Shee
    A paradigm shift from perception to results is the need of the hour to treat HR processes....
  • July-2000
  • PROF. V.K. GUPTA
    A study on the valuation of human capital at IIM Indore reveals some interesting results....
  • June-2000
  • KULDEEPSINGH
    The title may seem crazy and a bit of ridicule also ! Initial responses will be “HR and bottoml...
  • Dec-1999
  • MIHIR AJGAONKAR
    An experimental model based on pioneering research by Prof. Dave Ulrich and Prof. Wayne Brockba...
  • Sep-1999
  • A refined HR process is one that passes the metrics test with flying colours. How can we ensure...
  • Feb-1999
  • S>M> GANGADHAR
    Sharing a new concept
  • June-1998
  • DR. ANIL KHANDELWAL
    A real life story of how HR spurred business success at Bank of Baroda....
  • June-1997
  • C.S. Venkata Ratnam
    A research study shows an average additional profit of Rs.150 lakhs per year due to superior HR...
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