Humane Resourced: The book

This page is dedicated to the the bestselling #HR and business book ‘Humane Resourced’. Look, there it is. We aren’t fibbing. Best Sellers The most popular items in Human Resources - Google Chrome 02112013 092921.bmp

Before you go any further you probably want to buy it. Why?


  • it is bursting with the thoughts of over 50 HR professionals on hugely diverse topics
  • it has been endorsed by Dan Pink (under duress, see here)
  • It is incredibly cheap, because we want everyone to read it and make workplaces better
  • Any money that we make goes straight to charity

So here are the links to do so – or you can just use any Kindle app to search for the title

Reviews of the book

David D’Souza’s smart curation of some clever HR thinkers and practitioners is as diverse as you’d expect and surprising in ways that you might not have. Mat Davies

Humane, Resourced is impassioned, challenging and consistently practical. If the aim was to show enthusiastic amateurs can be (almost) as incisive as hard-nosed HR journalists, it certainly hits the mark. People Management

Wish this kind of book were around 5 years ago when I graduated in HR. Maria M

A mezza of inspiration Vicky Warren

A remarkable collection of thoughts on a wide range of topics. Sarah Burton

A must read for anyone in HR or with an interest in HR Ryan Cheyne

As a final year student it’s far more interesting than academic journals Edward Morgan

Buy this book! I did and I only regretted reading some of it, plus it is really cheap. Paul Walsh

Articles and features on the book

Web Analytics World – Web Analytics Feature

HRM Online – interview with our NZ contributors

Diversity Jobs – overview of the books coverage of diversity issues from Anne Tynan

People Management – online version of review from the magazine

*more to follow*

15 thoughts on “Humane Resourced: The book

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s