HR2025: Human Resource Management in the Future

Book 1 – Work, People and HR in 2025

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In 2025 work as we know it will change EVEN MORE than it has in the previous 12 years. Those responsible for people powered performance in working life are Human Resource (HR) professionals.
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Perry is known for his energy, passion and insight around the world of people and work. He is a Chartered Member of the CIPD; and Visiting Fellow at Sheffield Hallam Business School. Skilled as a facilitator, coach and mentor Perry is qualified in change and a range of psychometric tools and has b...

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In 2025 work as we know it will change EVEN MORE than it has in the previous 12 years. Those responsible for people powered performance in working life are Human Resource (HR) professionals. In order to create a better future for work and our working lives, HR needs to modernise and radicalise. The revolution will not be televised but it will be digitised. Workplace technology, science and behaviours are changing and this book and accompanying series will attempt to set out what those changes might be and what HR needs to take account of to create that better future in work.

About the author – Perry Timms

Introduction

  1. HR2025 – the rise of the HR Futurologist
  2. HR 2025 – what is work 2025 like?
  3. HR Professionals 2025
  4. Hiring 2025 style
  5. Rewards 2025 – the only way is Ethics
  6. Performance Management? Come on in your time is up…
  7. Learning; learning; learning. You couldn’t avoid it if you wanted to
  8. Exits are on their way out

In conclusion

Really good for future HR!
20. September 2018 um 05:21
I really like this book and hope everyone who deals with HR will hold it as guidance.
13. Januar 2016 um 06:49
Very informative and keeps an HR person up to speed.
6. Januar 2016 um 11:56