The IPD Guide on Using Your Computerised Personnel System

Robinson D, Edward A |   | Institute of Personnel and Development | May 1999

Going live with a computerised personnel system is just the beginning. The real challenge is using the system well.

This guide focuses on those factors that either help or hinder the effective use of a system. Many of these issues are directly related to the organisation: its people, resources, knowledge, commitment, expectation and attitudes.

This guide presents these under four headings: Drivers, Enablers, Barriers and Constraints, with guidance for personnel practitioners on how to realise the potential of their systems and add value to the personnel function.

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