This book draws on recent debate surrounding the emergence of cognitive intelligence in organizations, exploring the redefinition of the labor market and consequently, employment. With a particular focus on Human Resource Management (HRM), the authors analyse the socio-cultural transformation of traditional practices and methodologies that are ocurring in the workforce. Digital HR presents detailed case studies and interviews with HR managers of large multinational companies, providing comprehensive empirical evidence for academics and students interested in the development of HRM in today's digital landscape. The book will also be valuable to practitioners and managers looking to adapt the role of HR in their own companies or organizations.
Amelia Manuti is a senior researcher in Work and Organizational Psychology at the University of Bari, Italy. She is a member of the European Network of Work and Organizational Psychologists and the International Association of Applied Psychology. Amelia has written several articles and co-edited books including Why Human Capital is Important for Organizations and The Social Organization (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014 and 2016).
Pasquale Davide de Palma has a degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from the University of Bari, and has studied at MELIUSform Business School and Spegea Business School, Italy. Expert in social recruiting and social human capital, Pasquale is Founder and CEO at Das HumanKapital and co-editor of Why Human Capital is Important for Organizations and The Social Organization (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014 and 2016).
1. The People-based Approach in Human Resource Management.- 2. The Cognitive Technology Revolution: A New Identity for Workers.- 3. The Cognitive Technology Revolution: A New Role of HR Practices?.- 4. Social Networks as Strategic Ally of HRM Practices in the Cognitive Technology Era.- 5. How to Develop Digital HRM Practices in the Cognitive Technology Era: Evidences from a Case Study.- 6. Conclusion.