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Innovative Human Resource Management for SMEs

Innovative Human Resource Management for SMEs
Author(s)/Editor(s): Shuja Iqbal (School of Management, Jiangsu University, China), Komal Khalid (King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia)and Andi Cudai Nur (Universitas Negeri Makassar, Indonesia)
Copyright: ©2024
DOI: 10.4018/979-8-3693-0972-8
ISBN13: 9798369309728
EISBN13: 9798369309735


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Innovative Human Resource Management for SMEs presents a comprehensive solution to the challenges faced by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in managing their human resources in today's rapidly changing business landscape. These SMEs often operate with limited resources and lack dedicated HR departments, making it difficult to compete for top talent against larger companies. Moreover, staying abreast of innovative HR practices can be overwhelming, leaving SMEs uncertain about how to enhance employee engagement, well-being, and overall organizational success.

Edited by esteemed academic scholars, this book focuses on contemporary and practical strategies, empowering HR professionals, business managers, and leaders with the necessary tools to navigate the complexities of effective human capital management. By exploring key areas such as recruitment, employee engagement, performance management, well-being, and organizational transformation, the book provides actionable insights through real-world case studies. It offers valuable information to drive organizational success and foster a positive workplace culture, benefiting not only SMEs but also larger organizations seeking to optimize their HR practices. Innovative Human Resource Management for SMEs stands as a guiding beacon, empowering readers to attract, engage, and retain top talent, thus ensuring their businesses thrive in the dynamic business world of the current millennium.

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Author's/Editor's Biography

Shuja Iqbal (Ed.)

Shuja Iqbal is a Ph.D. from Jiangsu University, China, in Management Science and Engineering, researching projects related to innovation performance of SMEs. Shuja Iqbal has experience in teaching and research in human resource management, organization performance, leadership, and innovation performance. He has several publications in well-reputed journals and many more in the reviews and submission process. He is also currently working as a Postdoctoral Researcher at Jiangsu University, China, and researching innovation, digital transformation, and human resource management topics.

Komal Khalid (Ed.)
Komal Khalid is a distinguished academician and researcher currently serving as an associate professor of human resource management at King Abdulaziz University in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. With an academic journey marked by dedication and excellence, Dr. Khalid holds a Master's degree and a Ph.D. in Human Resource Management, showcasing her deep commitment to her field of study. Based on over twenty years of extensive experience in academia and research, Dr. Khalid has established herself as a remarkable figure in her domain. Her academic career is characterized by a persistent search of knowledge and a passion for development of educational excellence. This dedication has aided her students and significantly contributed to the broader academic community. Dr. Khalid's research portfolio is both impressive and impactful. Her work primarily revolves around the intricate dynamics of leadership styles and their profound effects on organizational frameworks. She has deeply understood how different leadership approaches influence employee development and career progression. Furthermore, her research extends to exploring the various outcomes for employees within these structures, an evidence to her comprehensive approach to human resource management. Her scholarly contributions have been pivotal in shedding light on the complex interplay between leadership and employee outcomes. By focusing on these critical aspects of human resource management, Dr. Khalid's work enriches academic discourse and provides valuable insights for practitioners in the field.

Andi Nur (Ed.)
Andi Cudai Nur has been a lecturer in Education Administration at the Faculty of Education, Makassar State University. Since 2013 She has been a home base lecturer for the Public Administration Study Program at the Postgraduate Master & Doctoral Program, a lecturer in State Administration Science at Department Administration Science FISH UNM until now. She is also the author of textbooks, modules, articles, papers, proceedings, Sinta & Scopus Indexed Journal. Active as a consultant, trainer, presenter, attending seminars, conferences, conducting research, and community service.


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