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مدیریت عملکرد استراتژیک منابع انسانی

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تیم همیار استراتژیک با اتخاذ رویکردی حرفه ای افتخار حضور در بیش از ۵۰ سازمان و هلدینگ مختلف کشور را در زمینه های مشاوره ، آموزش ، ارزیابی و اجرای پروژه های گوناگون منابع انسانی ، مدل های تعالی و مدیریت استراتژیک را طی یک دهه اخیر داشته است . برخی از سازمان هایی که سوابق همکاری با آنها را داشته ایم:

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امیر امیری

امیر امیری

امیر امیری
تجربه ۱۴ سال در حوزه های منابع انسانی ، مدیریت استراتژیک ، برنامه ریزی و کیفیت

Charles Handy

Charles Handy

of the Lifetime Achievement award at the 2011 Thinkers50, Handy describes himself as a social philosopher. Born in Ireland, Handy studied at Oxford University and then worked for Shell and studied at MIT. He launched and ran the Sloan Programme at London Business School where he became a professor. Handy’s first book was Understanding Organisations (1976).

Robert Kaplan and David Norton

Robert Kaplan and David Norton

Robert Kaplan and David Norton are best known as the originators of the Balanced Scorecard, a strategic management tool that links a company’s current actions with its long-term goals. The Balanced Scorecard is one of the most successful and widely used management tools in the world.

حمید اکرمی

حمید اکرمی

Modern marketing was basically laid out by Philip Kotler in his seminal 1967 book, Marketing Management. Now, one of Kotler’s favourite ties bears the title of his magnum opus.

The push to look at marketing came from being taught by Milton Friedman and Paul Samulelson at Chicago. “I concluded that if those two great minds couldn’t agree on economic issues, I probably wasn’t going to make a difference in that field,” he observed. “At the same time, I was attracted to very tangible problems that economists don’t deal with, such as: how much do you spend on advertising? What’s a sensibly-sized salesforce? How do you really set prices intelligently? I got into the mindset of a market.”

Kotler has dominated marketing over the last four decades and remains an energized force on marketing’s behalf, traveling the world continually. Along the way he has pushed the frontiers of where marketing can make a difference.

Tom Peters

Tom Peters

Charismatic, passionate and insightful, Tom Peters virtually invented the modern thought leadership industry. He was co-author (with Bob Waterman) of the first modern business bestseller, In Search of Excellence (1982). Written at a time when America’s competitiveness was being threatened by Japan, In Search of Excellence demonstrated that there were still many excellent American companies.

Henry Mintzberg

Henry Mintzberg

In his early career, Mintzberg was described as the “enfant terrible of strategy”. The Canadian business school professor has made a career out of looking at things differently. He started out by actually looking at what managers do. In The Nature of Managerial Work (1973) he revealed that managers flitted from task to task with the concentration span of gnats. Nothing much had changed when Mintzberg revisited this subject decades later in Managing (2009).

Jeff Pfeffer

Jeff Pfeffer

Jeffrey Pfeffer is the Thomas D. Dee II professor of organizational behavior at Stanford University Graduate School of Business. He is well known for his work on resource dependence theory, and more recently on evidence based management. Most recently, in Power: Why Some People Have It—And Others Don’t (2010), he has returned to the timeless theme of power.

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