The discussion about corporate governance, understood as a normative framework of conduct for the management and supervision of a company and its units, is - defacto - limited solely to the design of leadership bodies under company law. Elsewhere, however, it is rightly pointed out that governance ultimately affects all levels of a company. The ISO therefore refers to human governance. At the same time, the term HR (Human Resources) governance is increasingly being used, although this can be understood in differeny ways.
The objective of the project is to generate a uniform, practicalunderstanding of the term that can be integrated in the framework of corporate governance. This requires a clear definition of a number of related terms, such as human resource management, leadership and management. On this basis, further concepts are developed and existing practical examples are included. The focus is on leadership models.
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Kaehler, Boris/Grundei, Jens (2019): HR Governance: A Theoretical Introduction. Springer.
Grundei, Jens/Kaehler, Boris (2018): Corporate Governance: Zur Notwendigkeit einer Konturschärfung und betriebswirtschaftlichen Erweiterung des Begriffsverständnisses. In: Der Betrieb, 71. Jg., H. 11, S. 585-592.
Kaehler, Boris/Grundei, Jens (2018): HR-Governance: Der normative Rahmen des Personalmanagements im Kontext von Unternehmensführung und Corporate Governance. In: Zeitschrift für Corporate Governance, 13.Jg., H. 5, S. 205-210.
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Prof. Dr. Jens Grundei is not only a pioneer in research in many areas. His continuing education courses, such as the Certified Organization Design Expert, are also at the highest, practical level.