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About the Organizational Culture and
Workforce Development e-Book Collection

The expectations of organizational culture have changed tremendously within the past decade. As it continues to change, organizational leaders such as managers and human resource managers must shift their focus to maintaining a positive company-employee relationship while also meeting the interests of the company. Modern workers are placing heavy emphasis on workplace safety, diversity, work-life balance, occupational health, and other factors that are essential for their wellbeing. Meanwhile, companies strive to retain skilled workers, manage multiple generations of workers, navigate different motivational factors, and still achieve efficient and high-quality performance. With employee retention becoming a big challenge in recent years and the growing need for equitable treatment in the workplace, it is essential for businesses to stay up to date with the emerging trends and research in organizational culture and workforce development.

In order to showcase the most current research on organizational culture, workplace development, and trends in human resource management, IGI Global is pleased to offer the Organizational Culture and Workforce Development e-book collection. Ranging from the 2001-2025 copyright years and consisting of titles that contain comprehensive search on the best practices, policies, and strategies for implementation for developing a better workplace culture for all employees, the titles within this collection provide insights on e-human resources, mental health, human capital management, and more.

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Current Copyright Year – One-Time Purchase 2025
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Full Book List – One-Time Purchase 2001-2025
(234+ titles*)
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(234+ titles*)
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Evidence-Based Acquisition 2001-2025
(234+ titles*)
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234+ Total Books in This Collection Valued at: US$ 54,756
(Average Regular Price Per Book: US$ 234)
Average Cost Per Book as a Part of the This Collection: US$ 67 (71% Discount on Titles)
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- Why Acquire IGI Global's Organizational Culture and Workforce Development Collection? -
imageimageimageOver 210+ peer-reviewed e-books
imageimageimageimageimageimageimageInsights from more than 3,200+ international researchers from over
100+ countries
Multi-disciplinary Organizational Culture and Workforce Development research
that spans across major fields of study, including
business, computer science, education, and more.
imageEach publication is produced through a quality-centric,
expediate, double-anonymized peer review
publishing process
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- Organizational Culture and Workforce Development Research from Industry Leading Editors -
All of the titles below are featured in IGI Global's Organizational
Culture and Workforce Development Collection.
imageDr. Michael A. Brown Sr. is the President of Right Fit Communications LLC. He teaches and researches telework, hybrid working, leadership, and more.
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imageProf. Daniel Wheatley is Reader in Business and Labour Economics
at University of Birmingham, UK
, where he researches work and
well-being, including job quality, work-life balance, flexible working
arrangements, and more. View Webinar >
imageProf. Shalin Hai-Jew is an instructional designer at Kansas State University
and is a prolific, multidisciplinary researcher across the fields of
Education and Business.
imageProf. Maria Pressentin is the Chief Knowledge Officer at Leadership Scientific, a global consultancy. She is a two-time-consecutive Best Research award-winner from the ACPSB academic accreditation council in Paris and Houston.
imageDr. Claretha Hughes, from the University of Arkansas, is a Professor of Human Resource and Workforce Development. She researches value creation through the use of human
resource development and technology development.

- Topics Covered -
  • Administration and Leadership
  • Business Education
  • Business Ethics and Law
  • Career Development
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Communication
  • Communities of Practice
  • Computer-Mediated Communication
  • Conflict Management
  • Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)
  • Cyberbullying
  • Digital Communications
  • Diversity
  • E-Business
  • E-Collaboration
  • E-Human Resources Management
  • Employee Engagement
  • Employee Wellbeing
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Ergonomics
  • Gender and Technology
  • Gender Studies
  • Human Aspects of Business
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