Fundamentals of Human Resource Management: Emerging Experiences from Africa
This book is not just one of the many introductions to Human Resource Management that are published, year after year, for use in HRM classes. Authors of those introductions face many challenges, such as the need to produce something that is both theoretically sound and practically valuable, or to find a way to integrate discussions on a variety of topics into one comprehensible teaching tool. The author of this book took up those challenges by, on the one hand, closely following the conventions that HRM scholars all over the world adhere to with regards to the demarcation of subfields within the HRM discipline, and on the other hand, including a multitude of Tanzanian and other African cases that put each of these subfields in a vivid context.
The result is a book that serves to initiate African students in the world-wide HRM community, while simultaneously enabling them to create their own HRM policies in accordance with circumstances in their countries. As such, it is definitely a unique book. It brings the global and regional perspective together, to the benefit of both. The author and his colleagues of the School of Public Administration and Management of Mzumbe University deserve respect for this accomplishment. Their reward will be in the educational outcomes that the book will certainly bring about in their own classes and in hopefully many other ones.
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