HRM in Mission Driven Organizations: Managing People in the Not for Profit Sector

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Chris Brewster, Jean-Luc Cerdin
Springer, 10 oct. 2017 - 300 pages

This edited collection examines human resource management in organizations other than those that are set up to make a profit. Covering human resource management in a number of different kinds of mission-driven organizations, the book explores organizations in sectors and industries such as the governmental and intergovernmental public sector, volunteer organizations and charities, religious organizations, cultural organizations, sports organizations and B-corporations. Recognizing the reality of management practice in the (many small) organizations covered by the book, the chapters deal with the way that people are actually managed whether or not there is an HRM department present. Students of business management and human resource management will find this book invaluable as a source of knowledge on not for profit organizations, as many of the chapters include detailed examples and case studies.

 

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Table des matières

The Management of People in MissionDriven Organizations
1
People Management in the Public Sector
15
People Management in Volunteer Organizations and Charities
47
HRM in the International Organizations
79
HRM Practices Within Two Churches of the Protestant Federation of France
115
HRM in Cultural Institutions
145
HRM in Sport Organizations
183
B Corporations
221
Talent Management in MissionDriven Organizations
237
Current State and Future Directions
279
Index
295
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Chris Brewster is Professor of International Human Resource Management at Henley Business School, University of Reading, UK; Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands; the University of Vaasa, Finland; and ISCTE- Instituto Universitário de Lisboa , Lisbon, Portugal. He has substantial experience as a practitioner and gained his doctorate from the LSE before becoming an academic. Chris researches in the field of international and comparative HRM, and has published more than thirty books as editor or author and over two hundred articles. In 2006 Chris was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the University of Vaasa, Finland.

Jean-Luc Cerdin is Professor of Human Resource Management at ESSEC Business School in France. He gained a doctorate from Toulouse University and an MSc from the LSE. He worked as a practitioner in Human Resource Management before becoming an academic. He has served as Visiting Professor at Rutgers University and University of Missouri St-Louis, and as Visiting Scholar at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA. He researches, publishes and consults in three primary areas: International Human Resource Management; Expatriation Management; and Career Management.

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