ERIC Number: ED022125
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Publication Date: 1967
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Manpower Planning for High Talent Personnel.
Vetter, Eric W.
Written primarily for organizations beginning their manpower management effort, this book focuses on analytical approaches to studying the managerial manpower situation in a specific organization. Chapters 1 and 2 develop the nature, need, and process of manpower planning and include a schematic overview of the entire process. Chapter 3 describes programs which help the organization meet difficult situations, based on interviews with manpower managers. Chapter 4 involves an analysis of inventory and forecast data to identify potential manpower problems. In chapters 5 and 6, how to measure labor productivity and to use the information in manpower forecasting are discussed. Chapter 7 relates the manpower forecast to other economic forecasts of business organizations. In chapter 8 fundamental ideas of control and evaluation and indications of the role of control in manpower planning are presented. Chapter 9 examines the role of the manpower planner. There are case studies and a bibliography. (aj)
Descriptors: Bibliographies, Business, Case Studies, Labor Utilization, Management Development, Measurement, Occupational Mobility, Personnel Evaluation, Planning, Prediction, Productivity, Professional Personnel, Program Evaluation
Bureau of Industrial Relations, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 ($8.00)
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