HR Governance: A Theoretical Introduction

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HR governance is a relatively new construct that has been drawing increased attention lately. As a part of corporate governance, it represents the internal and external normative framework for human resource management and its supervision in organizations. This book theoretically integrates HR governance with the related domains of corporate governance, corporate management, HR management and leadership. It thereby provides scholars and practitioners in the field with a precisely delineated system of theoretical concepts for their work and helps to convert them into research questions as well as practical concepts. By interpreting the new ISO 30408 norm on human governance and by reflecting recent developments, the book helps to implement company-specific HR governance systems and to comply with current and future HR regulations.
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Boris Kaehler Jens Grundei
HR Governance
A Theoretical Introduction
Boris Kaehler
Merseburg University of Applied Sciences
Merseburg, Germany
Jens Grundei
Quadriga University of Applied Sciences
Berlin, Germany
ISSN 2191-5482 ISSN 2191-5490 (electronic)
SpringerBriefs in Business
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    • Conceptualizing Defining
    • Management
    Defining and Conceptualizing Management.................. 20 2.5.1 Integrative Definition of Management................. 20 2.5.2 Structuring the Manager's Job: Tasks, Activities and Instruments.................................... 21
  • 27 3.1.2 External and Internal Governance on Different Hierarchical Levels
    • Governance
    The Concept of (Corporate) Governance.................... 27 3.1.1 Definition..................................... 27 3.1.2 External and Internal Governance on Different Hierarchical Levels........................................ 29
  • 31 3.2.1 Internal Governance as the Result of Constitutive Management
    • The Interrelatedness Of Governance
    • Management
    The Interrelatedness of Governance and Management........... 31 3.2.1 Internal Governance as the Result of Constitutive Management................................... 31
  • 39 3.4.2 The HR Model and Leadership Guidelines as HR Governance
    • The Concept
    • Hr Governance
    The Concept of HR Governance.......................... 39 3.4.1 Present Notion of HR Governance................... 39 3.4.2 The HR Model and Leadership Guidelines as HR Governance.................................... 41