Strategic Human Resource Management

Strategic human resource management has been defined as ‘ the linking of human resources with strategic goals and objectives in order to improve business performance and develop organizational culture that foster innovation and flexibility ‘. Strategic HR means accepting the HR function as a strategic partner in the formulation of the company’s strategies as well …

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Generic Strategy Typologies in Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM)

The common use of generic strategy typologies in strategic human resource management (SHRM), such as the typology proposed by Michael Porter (1980), is inaccurate and probably obsolete. SHRM research that examines the performance effects of human resource (HR) systems does not need to invoke the strategy construct in order to fulfill its goals. Format: PDF …

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Applying Six Sigma Techniques to Human Capital Management

In an increasingly knowledge-intensive and global economy, superior management of human capital – the skills, talents, and knowledge of an organization’s employees – is arguably the only sustainable source of competitive advantage for an organization. Yet many firms remain surprisingly unsophisticated in managing their human capital, placing their success, if not their survival, at risk. …

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Conceptual Design For a Strategic Human Resources Quality Management System

As companies begin to compete in the challenging business environment of the new millennium, an ever-increasing reason for success lies in the function of effective human resource management (HRM). Controlling these resources (physical, organizational, information and human) gives the company the competitive advantage. The main purpose of this paper is to deliver a decision support …

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