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From the Publisher"This book provides a new and fresh perspective on HR programevaluation by outlining a comprehensive, step-by-step approach tothe entire process. HR professionals, OD practitioners, and anyoneelse who might find themselves held accountable for an HR programor process will find this an invaluable hip-pocketreference."
—Dr. Allan H. Church, vice president, Organization &Management Development, PepsiCo, Inc.
"The authors make a compelling case for the why and how of HRprogram evaluation and have done so with a rigorous andcomprehensive guide filled with practical and useful examples. Iwill keep it nearby as I advise companies on their workforceissues."
—Gilbert F. Casellas, former chair, Equal EmploymentOpportunity Commission
"When I teach a course to HR professionals or graduate studentson evaluating human resource programs, this book will be requiredreading. It is a highly informative how-to guide chock full ofinsights by seasoned practitioners written in a clear andaccessible manner."
—Steven Rogelberg, professor and director, OrganizationalScience, University of North Carolina Charlotte andeditor-in-chief, Encyclopedia of Industrial andOrganizational Psychology
"The tone is superb. The authors really make the points well andthey are so practical and useful that I wanted to cheer. It’svery down-to-earth, practical, and extraordinarily useful—thekind of material that every faculty member teaching Human Resourcesshould be using."
—Maureen J. Fleming, emerita professor of Human ResourceManagement, The University of Montana
"HR professionals who want to assure their programs are alignedwith the strategy of their organizations through disciplinedprogram evaluation should read this practical guide. The authorshave done an excellent job of recognizing the challenges ofevaluating HR programs within organizations and present pragmatictips for overcoming the pitfalls."
—Ben E. Dowell, retired vice president, Talent Management,Bristol-Myers Squibb Company