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Individual Author Record

General Information

Name:  Elmer Burack  

Pen Name: None


Audience: Adult;

Born: Chicago, Illinois

-- Elmer Burack on WorldCat --

Illinois Connection

Elmer Burack is a Professor of Management - Emeritus, at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Biographical and Professional Information


Published Works

  • Strategies for Manpower, Planning and Programming, General Learning, 1972
  • Organization Analysis, Dryden, 1975
  • Personal Management, Cases and Exercise, West Publishing, 1978
  • Career Planning and Management, Brace-Park, 1983
  • Creative Human Resource Planning and Applications, Prentice Hall, 1988
  • Corporate Resurgance and the New Employment Relationship, Quorum, 1993

Selected Titles At Your Library

Organization analysis :
ISBN: 0030125162. OCLC Number:

Dryden Press,. Hinsdale, Ill. :. ©1975.

Personnel management :
ISBN: 0829901302. OCLC Number:

West Pub. Co.,. St. Paul :. ©1977.

Career planning and management :
ISBN: 0942560078. OCLC Number:

Brace-Park Press,. Lake Forest, IL :. 1983.

Creative human resource planning and applications :
ISBN: 0131896482. OCLC Number:

Prentice Hall,. Englewood Cliffs, N.J. :. ©1988.

Corporate resurgence and the new employment relationships :
ISBN: 0899307892. OCLC Number:

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A critical mass of events has been transforming the American work scene, bringing unprecedented and irreversible changes in how American corporations relate to world markets and how they interact with their work force. These changes are bringing about New Paradigms in corporate structure, organization, and operation. For many corporations, these changes involve substantial alterations such as recasting work life. "Rebirth" is often validly used as a descriptive term for corporations that successfully weathered the massive onslaught of global economic, demographic, and technological changes in the last decade and the imperatives confronting many others for years to come. Officials, executives, and students need to know how and why new policies, strategies, organization designs, and employment relationships are indicated as well as lessons learned and guidelines from which to launch new policies and employment relationships.



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