Organization Science, 22, 60— Determinants of their adoption and implementation. Data structure analysis and emergent constructs—learning capabilities. This suggests the potential of HRMIs to provide a better explanation on building sustainable competitive advantages. Harvard Business Review, 84, 72—
Incorporating the formal and informal feedback from shop-floor managers, team leaders and employees, the HR profes- sionals of Firm I designed multiple off-the-job training programmes to improve the interaction, trust and respect among employees. Journal of Marketing, 52, 1— Harvard Business Review, 84, 72— Drivers of superior brand performance. Any further distribution of this work must maintain attribution to the author s and the title of the work, journal citation and DOI.
Academy of Management Journal, 24, — Remember me on this computer.
Strategic Management Journal, 18, — A framework for market-based organisational learning: Human Resource Management Review, 15, 21— Fifth, these themes were reviewed to identify those relevant to the design and the implementation of HRMIs and their outcomes see Figure 1a and b. Top management support moderates the relationship between HR functional- level learning capabilities and human resource management innovation.
Success factors oh new ventures: Firm D and Firm Fand c to be ahead of the competition e. The measurement of scientific and technological activities Oslo manual: Similarly, in spite of the wide rec- ognition of the role HR professionals play in the HR value creation process e.
Human Resource Management Review, 15, 21— In the following section, we discuss in detail how the HRM literature has progressed in examining the suggested link between the new knowledge and HRMI.
Second, we show the strategic role that incremental innovations can play, in addition to litetature innova- tions, in supporting competitive advantage. As our findings suggest, both incremental and transformational HRMIs can help competitive advantage.
Skip to main content. We then analysed the data thematically and viewed the emergent themes from a theoretical lens built on multiple streams of literature namely, SHRM, organisational learning, innovation and competitive strategy literature.
Extending the past literature on learning capa- bilities and innovation primarily undertaken at the firm level, we focus on the functional-level strategic knowledge development activities that have the potential to contribute to firm competitive advantage. An overview of emergent strategy issues.
In addition, top management support was found to influence the strength of the relationship between learning capabilities and HRMIs. Remember me on this computer.
Academy of Management Journal, 39, — Our findings shed light on how learning occurs at the HR functional level where the influence of multiple stakeholders is strongly evident. Notes on the Gioia methodology.
Strategic Management Journal, 18, — Knowledge created in step one was reinforced and adapted in subsequent steps in the V-Safe process. Human Resource Management, 34, — The relationship between types of innovation and organisational performance. Strategic Management Journal, 21, — Journal of Management, 31, — Management and Organisation Review, 8, — However, the past learning literature has primarily focused on firm level as the unit of analysis e.
Hawthorne effect Kossek, Fifth, our findings assign a critical role to the top management support in the successful implementation of HRMIs, which we find somewhat unique for HR innovation context.
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