The rapid evolution of technological progress, the modifications of work organisation and the recognition of the strategic role of workers tend to request of institutions appropriate instruments in order to systematically face the problems concerning human resource training, the capability of taking on responsibility and continuous updating. Among these instruments the new British Standard Investors in People takes its rightful place, being the only standard of quality, recognised on a global level, relative to the systems of investigation, development and management of the personnel, which allows the rising of the level of good procedures to improve the performance of an organisation through the people who work in it. In its latest version, the standard is based on three key principles and presents a structure which is adaptable to any type of dimension of company situation, but it does not sufficiently define the procedures or guide lines necessary for the companies to reach this goal of recognition. This work offers an exhaustive and synthetic outline on the evolutionary and applicatory methods of Investors in People and it identifies innovative quantifiable indicators useful to companies to measure their performances in good procedures for the management of their human resources and therefore evolve towards managerial excellency.
|Titolo:||Human resourse management through the standard Investor in people for productive excellency|
|Autori interni:||MATARAZZO, AGATA|
CLASADONTE, Maria Teresa
|Data di pubblicazione:||2007|
|Rivista:||JOURNAL OF COMMODITY SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND QUALITY|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|