The result of experience in companies, contacts with professionals and teaching at the Catholic University of Central Africa, this book responds in a practical way to the realities and objectives of the human resources function.
Is there a specific human resources management in Africa? The human resources manager’s approach presented in the book shows that while principles and techniques can be applied in all socio-cultural contexts, they need to integrate environmental realities to be effective.
It is important for the practitioner to use his technical skills in a relevant way while respecting the person and work ethics to achieve the company’s performance objectives.
He faces some major challenges: individual progress in a community-oriented society and diversity management in a world of clan-based networks of influence.
The purpose of the book is to present a possible use of the tools of a developing function in the African continent. Indeed, the requirements of competitiveness and globalization require companies and their managers to strengthen their management by developing human resources. Integrating the human and socio-cultural factor is one of the keys to the company’s success.
About the author :
Author Jean-Bernard Bruneteaux, an ICN graduate, has been responsible for all aspects of human resources management in European and Anglo-Saxon service, industrial, commercial and distribution companies. He has been working in this field for more than 30 years, 22 of them as Director, including setting up a European Human Resources Department out of a total of 40,000 people in 8 European countries and simultaneously a department in Mexico: an experience in intercultural management. He was responsible for the coordination of the communication and human resources management option at the Catholic University of Central Africa in Yaoundé, Cameroon. He has also provided training for company executives in Cameroon and Tunisia.
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