Traits, Skills, and Knowledge Required of Successful Human Resource LeadersJournal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship (2004)
AbstractOne challenge for institutions of higher learning is developing and redesigning programs and curriculum that will prepare graduates to meet the current and ongoing demands of the workplace. Partnerships between academia and business working together for this purpose are imperative. Human resource management is one of the fastest changing areas in business. This article reports qualitative data collected to explore the general areas of knowledge, skills, traits, and characteristics most important for successful human resource leadership. The results of this study will assist practitioners and academia in the development of cutting-edge human resource leadership programs and curriculum.
- Human Resource,
- Human Resource Curriculum
Citation InformationSusan R. Madsen and Anita Musto. "Traits, Skills, and Knowledge Required of Successful Human Resource Leaders" Journal of Applied Management and Entrepreneurship Vol. 9 Iss. 3 (2004)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/susan_madsen/88/