Nottingham Business School’s Centre for People, Innovation and Performance, led by Helen Shipton, explores how Human Resource Management (HRM) influences creativity and innovation. Taking into account employee perceptions and understanding of HRM, it builds strategy and systems that offer solutions to innovative firms, highlighting employee attitudes and behaviours.
Its purpose is to create a world-class centre for HRM solutions, delivering four-star outputs using empirical and applied research.
Edited by Valerie Caven and Stefanos Nachmias, this book offers a comprehensive understanding and awareness of managerial and organisational practices that perpetuate social exclusion and discrimination towards individuals in the workplace
The aim of the research is to explore engagement in practice, specifically, the role of line managers in the implementation of employee engagement.
April has been a busy month for the Centre. Student personalisation and evaluation projects are just some of the activities centre members have been involved with.