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[IWS] ILR: EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES ON CURRENT HR TOPICS

IWS Documented News Service

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Institute for Workplace Studies-----------------Professor Samuel B. Bacharach

School of Industrial & Labor Relations-------- Director, Institute for Workplace Studies

Cornell University

16 East 34th Street, 4th floor--------------------Stuart Basefsky

New York, NY 10016 -------------------------------Director, IWS News Bureau

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES ON CURRENT HR TOPICS
http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/ilrhr6640/

 

The following reports were prepared by students of ILRHR 6640: HR Online Research and Reporting Methods for Executive Decision-Making in cooperation with HR executives at Cornell's Center for Advanced Human Resource Studies-sponsoring companies.

Manuscripts from 2014

PDF     How to Create Entrepreneurial and Innovative Culture and Sustain it in a Large Organization?, Emmanuel Ameisen

PDF     From a Global Perspective, Based on Cost­Benefit Analysis, Which Social Media Tool(s) is/are the Most Effective for Attracting Talent?, Emmanuel Ameisen and Roscoe Balter

PDF     What are the Characteristics that Separate High Potential Executives From the Rest?, Emmanuel Ameisen and Chubing Hong

PDF     What are the Common Factors Among Consulting Competency Models?, Roscoe Balter

PDF     What Diversity Metrics are Best Used to Track and Improve Employee Diversity?, Roscoe Balter, Joy Chow, and Yin Jin

PDF     What are the Best Practices for Talent Planning?, Joy Chow

PDF     Beyond Technology, How are Global Organizations Simplifying Their HR Processes and What are the Processes That Most Organizations Choose to Centralize?, Chubing Hong

PDF     What Strategies are Most Effective for Attracting, Engaging and Retaining Experienced Hires in Technical Roles?, Yin Jin

PDF     What are the Best Practices to Groom Gen Y'ers in an Organization?, Soojung Lee

PDF     How Can Companies Harness a Learning Organization to Lead the Collaborative Culture?, Soojung Lee and Yin Jin

PDF     What Ways Can We Use Big Data to Offer More Personalized and Tailored HR Services to our Employees?, Soojung Lee and Jonathan Masannat

PDF     What are the Academic Findings About Top Variables for Predicting Career Progression Potential?, Lin Li

PDF     How Should We Measure the Effectiveness of our Corporate University Programs?, Jonathan Masannat

PDF     How do you Create a Culture Where All Employees Take Accountability for Decision Making?, Maria Rose Muir

PDF     What Steps are Manufacturing Companies Taking to Help Increase the Number of Women in Leadership and Non-Staff Roles?, Marie Rose Muir and Chubing Hong

PDF     What are the Top Factors That Drive Employee Retention and are There Demographic (Gender, Generation, Ethnicity, Geography, etc.) Differences in These Factors?, Marie Rose Muir and Lin Li

PDF     What are the Business Impacts of Having Career Development Practices/Programs?, John Stahno

PDF     What are the Proven Financial Benefits of Health and Wellness Programs?, John Stahno and Joy Chow

PDF     Are There Any Best Practices for Developing Gen Y/Young Professionals?, John Stahno and Jing Yang

PDF     What Forms of Mentoring Programs are Available at Other Big Companies?, Jing Yang

PDF     What are the Latest Trends in Career Pathing Models as Well as the Most Effective Ways to Accelerate High Potential Development?, Jing Yang, Lin Li, and Jonathan Masannat

 

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