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The Role of the Chief Human Resources Officer
Edited by Dave van Eeden
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Increasingly, the Chief Human Resources Officer is being challenged to add value to the organisation’s strategy, to focus more on the transformational as opposed to the transactional, and to provide effective leadership. The Role of the Chief Human Resources Officer provides clear guidelines to HR executives charged with taking the HR function to the next level.
The text, which consists of 23 chapters, focuses on the challenges which modern-day CHROs face, regardless of the type of organisation they serve. The content deals with the following areas:
Amongst the contributing authors are renowned industry leaders and academics such as Theo Veldsman, Shirley Zinn, Steve Bluen, Frank Horwitz, Nolitha Fakude, Penny Abbott, Mark Bussin, Barney Jordaan, Clifford van der Venter, Tjaart Kruger, Linda van der Colff, Johan Ludike, Johann Coetzee, Amanda Glaeser, Dave Duarte, Tony Davidson, Lele Mehlomakulu, Seshni Samuel, Linda Fine, Peter Warrener and Tjaart Minnaar who share their extensive knowledge gained through years of practise in the HR field. While some chapters follow an analytical approach, others are more conversational in nature, yet collectively they offer the reader a wide range of fascinating perspectives and valuable insights.
Dave van Eeden is a seasoned HR executive with strong business acumen. He has worked in leading organisations such as UCT, Woolworths, Tiger Brands and Rialto Foods. He holds an MBL from Unisa School of Business Leadership.