Chicago, IL, July 30, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- HR People and Strategy (HRPS) and the Institute for Corporate Productivity (i4cp) announced a new strategic research alliance that will enhance the award-winning content of People & Strategy, the quarterly journal of HRPS. The journal will feature a dedicated i4cp research section that will extend the value of existing personal, team and organizational development materials already available to subscribers.
The i4cp Research Corner will provide new insights from its leading-edge human capital research and present applicable information on human resource topics that contribute to the achievement of organizational effectiveness, including:
- HR Strategy & Planning
- Leadership Development
- Talent Management
- Organizational Effectiveness
- Building a Strategic HR Function
“HRPS has been a valued strategic partner of i4cp, and this new relationship – which will regularly highlight current and cutting edge human capital research in People and Strategy – is a natural outgrowth of this partnership,” said Jay Jamrog, Senior Vice President of Research for i4cp. “We believe members of the i4cp network will also find the content in People and Strategy valuable and beginning immediately are making the publication available to our membership at a discounted rate as a result of this partnership.”
In addition to the most current theory and practices in strategic human resource management, the journal consistently features content by prominent thought leaders; recent contributions include articles by Dave Ulrich, Ed Lawler, John Boudreau, Lynda Gratton, Marcus Buckingham, Tamara Erickson, Morgan McCall, Ed Schein, W. Warner Burke, Karen Stephenson, Charles Handy, Ben Schneider and Peter Capelli.
“I’ve been connected with both i4cp and HRPS for many years and am excited about this new partnership which will benefit members of both organizations,” said Dr. Richard Vosburgh, Chief Development Officer for HRPS. “Regular readers of People and Strategy know that it consists of great thought leadership in addition to industry research, but that content is not overly academic and instead provides actionable strategies based on evidence-based findings.”
To learn more about how both HRPS (www.hrps.org) and i4cp (www.i4cp.com) can contribute to the professional development of human resource professionals globally, visit the groups’ Web sites.
HR People and Strategy (HRPS), a nonprofit organization with headquarters in Chicago, has been the premier global association and network of strategic HR executives and thought leaders since 1977. In support of its worldwide membership, HRPS serves as a global forum for presenting the latest thinking and information about the HR implications of key business issues and strategic HR practices; offers a broad range of professional development programs with distinguished HR scholars, practitioners and business leaders; and builds networks of diverse individuals to exchange leading-edge HR ideas, information and experiences. http://www.hrps.org/
i4cp is the fastest growing and largest corporate network focused on the practices of high-performance organizations. Through a combination of peer networking, human capital research, tools and technology, we enable high performance by:
- Revealing what high-performance organizations are doing differently
- Identifying best and next practices for all levels of management
- Providing the resources to show how workforce improvements have bottom-line impact
With more than 40 years of experience and the industry's largest team of human capital analysts, i4cp is the definitive destination for organizations seeking innovative ways to improve workforce productivity. For more information, visit http://www.i4cp.com/