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Browsing School of Management – Te Kura Whakahaere by Subject "150305 Human Resource Management"

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  • Plimmer, G. (Victoria University of Wellington, 2012)
    This study examined the effectiveness of an adult career development program designed to reflect the diversity and demands of career choices, the low level of comfort many have with career choices, and the limited resources ...
  • Plimmer, G (Victoria University of Wellington, 2015)
    Poor leadership, weak people management and flawed upward information flows are contributing to the stagnation of public sector productivity, participants at a recent seminar were told. A change in focus for the HR profession ...
  • Bridgman, T. (Victoria University of Wellington, 2017)
    This article explores the contribution a social constructionist paradigm can make to the study of career, through a small-scale empirical study of recent graduates employed in New Zealand’s state sector. A social constructionist ...
  • Plimmer, G. (Victoria University of Wellington, 2014)
    Path dependency is used to assess the dynamics and evolution of workplace experiences in both the New Zealand Public Sector, and the marginalisation of the HRM function in the United Kingdom. In the New Zealand public ...
  • Plimmer, G (Victoria University of Wellington, 2014)
    New Zealand public servants are generally satisfied with their jobs and want to make a difference to society, although they have mixed feelings about their organisations. To understand this discrepancy between what they ...
  • Plimmer, Geoff (Victoria University of Wellington, 2015)
    Creating High Performing Public Service Organisations – moving from problem ID to solutions Date: Tuesday 14 April 2015 With an excellent line-up of presenters from across the Public Service this seminar brought together, ...
  • Plimmer, G (Victoria University of Wellington, 2011)
    The initial paper in the Future State Project (IPS Working paper 10/08) describes several powerful new trends beginning to impact on public sector management including limited funding, rising public expectations, and more ...
  • Plimmer, G. (Victoria University of Wellington, 2016)
    2016 Workplace Dynamics in New Zealand Public Services Survey An email was sent to 57,315 PSA members inviting them to participate in this survey. Further invitations to participate were included in PSA newsletters and ...
  • Plimmer, G (Victoria University of Wellington, 2013)
    In April 2013, the Public Service Association and Victoria University’s School of Management surveyed public servants about their jobs, workplaces and organisations. Almost 16,000 PSA members took part from a wide range ...

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