Radio Show #173
John Boudreau, Research Director, USC’s Center for Effective Organizations
The leading HR academic of his generation, John Boudreau, returns to the program to share his latest thinking from his 10th book scheduled for publication by year’s end on every aspect of the changing structure of employment and work.
John is a professor at USC’s Marshall School of Business and research director of its Center for Effective Organizations with its clever acronym CEO. In addition to his many academic achievements, John has become a media star with a monthly column for CFO magazine, a quarterly column for Talent Management, and frequent blogs for the Harvard Business Review.
You’ll hear advance word from his new book called “Beyond Employment: Navigating New Organizational Forms, Intermediaries and Alternative Work Arrangements.”
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John W. Boudreau, Ph.D., is Professor at the University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business and Research Director for its Center for Effective Organizations. He is recognized for breakthrough research on how decisions about human capital, talent and human resources affect sustainable competitive advantage.
He has more than 100 publications, including 10 books, and articles, and chapters published in scholarly journals such as Journal of Applied Psychology, Personnel Psychology, Organizational Dynamics and Human Relations, and features in Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Fast Company and Business Week.
His books include Beyond HR, with Pete Ramstad, (Harvard Business Publishing, 2007), Investing in People, with Wayne Cascio, (Pearson, 2008), Achieving Strategic Excellence in Human Resource Management, with Edward Lawler (Stanford University Press, 2009), Retooling HR (Harvard Business Publishing, July, 2010) and Transformative HR (Wiley Publishing, 2011). He holds a BBA from New Mexico State University, and a Masters in Management and Ph.D. in industrial relations from Purdue University’s Krannert School of Management.