Chapter 1 Evolution of Human Resource Management and Human Resource
Information Systems: The Role of Information Technology - Michael
Kavanagh, Richard Johnson
Chapter 2 Database Concepts and Applications in Human Resource Information Systems - Janet Marler, Barry Floyd
Chapter 3 Systems Considerations in the Design of an HRIS: Planning for Implementation - Michael Bedell, Michael Caniff
Chapter 4: Human Resource Information Systems Needs Analysis - Lisa Plantamura, Johnson
Chapter 5: System Design and Acquisition - Richard Johnson, James Dulebohn
Chapter 6: Project Management and Human Resource Management Advice for Human Resource Information Systems Implementation - Michael Kavanagh
Chapter 7: HR Metrics and Workforce Analytics - Kevin Carlson, Michael Kavanagh
Chapter 8: Cost Justifying HRIS Investments - Kevin Carlson, Michael Kavanagh
Chapter 9: Change Management: Implementation, Integration, and Maintenance of the Human Resource Information System - Romald Stone
Chapter 10: Human Resources Administration and Human Resource Information Systems - Linda Isenhour
Chapter 11: Talent Management - Kevin M. Johns and Michael J. Kavanagh
Chapter 12: Recruitment and Selection in an Internet Context - Kimberly Lukaszewski, David Dickter, Brian Lyons, and Jerard Kehoe
Chapter 13: Training and Development: Issues and Human Resource Information Systems Applications - Ralf Burbach
Chapter 14: Performance Management, Compensation, Benefits, Payroll, and the Human Resource Information System - Charles Fay and Renato Nardoni
Chapter 15: Human Resource Information Systems and International Human Resource Management - Michael Kavanagh and John Michel
Chapter 16: HRIS Privacy and Security - Humayun Zafar and Dianna Stone
Chapter 17: The Future of Human Resource Information Systems: Emerging Trends in HRM and IT - Richard D. Johnson, Michael Kavanagh
Michael J. Kavanagh is Professor Emeritus of Management at the
State University of New York at Albany. He is past editor of Group
& Organization Management and a fellow of the American
Psychological Association, the American Psychological Society, the
Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology, and the
Eastern Academy of Management. He has been involved in the HRIS
field since 1982. He established the HRIS MBA program at the
University at Albany in 1984 and has taught numerous courses in the
field of HRIS. In 2006, he received the Award for Career Excellence
from the International Association for Human Resource Information
Management (IHRIM). He received his PhD in
industrial/organizational psychology from Iowa State University in
Mohan Thite is an Associate Professor in Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia. He has a multi-disciplinary, multi-industry and multi-national career profile in academia and industry, spanning over 30 years. His research interests include Strategic human resource management, Digital HRM/ e-HRM/ Human resource information systems, international HRM and Global mobility and management of skilled talent in high-technology sectors. He is the founding Editor-in-Chief of South Asian Journal of HRM, published by Sage. He has published five books and over 100 book chapters, journal articles in esteemed journals, research reports and conference papers.
Richard D. Johnson received his Ph.D. from the University of Maryland and is currently an Associate Professor at Washington State University. He has published over 50 journal articles and book chapters on topics such as HRIS, computer self-efficacy, e-learning, the psychological impacts of computing, and the digital divide. His research has been published in outlets such as Information Systems Research, the Journal of the Association for Information Systems, the International Journal of Human Computer Studies, and Human Resource Management Review. Dr. Johnson is a Past Chair of AIS SIGHCI and is a Senior Editor at Data Base and an Associate Editor at AIS Transactions on Human-Computer Interaction. He is also an editor of the books, Human Resource Information Systems: Basics, Applications and Future Directions and The Wiley Blackwell Handbook of the Psychology of the Internet at Work.
"Generally, the book seems to be cover all expected points relevant
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activities. At the same time, it branches away from traditional HRM
approach by introducing decision science knowledge. I like that
each chapter has similar structure and include practical case."
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