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Author
Borkowska Stanisława
Title
Human Resource Management and Innovation in the Business Organization
ZZL a innowacyjność organizacji biznesowych
Source
Zarządzanie Zasobami Ludzkimi, 2009, nr 2, s. 9-29, bibliogr. 50 poz.
Keyword
Zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi, Stymulowanie innowacyjności, Organizacja biznesu
Human Resources Management (HRM), Stimulate innovations, Business management
Abstract
Celem niniejszego artykułu jest odpowiedź, w oparciu o wyniki badań podjętych przez kierowany przeze mnie zespół pracowników Instytutu Pracy i Spraw Socjalnych na następujące pytania: 1) czy zachodzi związek między poziomem i dynamiką innowacyjności a stosowaniem przez firmy praktyk spójnych ze strategią HRM i strategią ogólną firmy? 2) czy poziom innowacyjności organizacji różni się w zależności od stosowanego modelu HRM: opartego na koncepcji HIWP bądź na koncepcji HPWS?. Pierwsza część artykułu poświęcona jest dyskusji o modelach HRM. Dwie kolejne części przedstawiają związek między HRM i jego modelami a innowacyjnością. Ostatnia część zawiera podsumowanie i kreśli niektóre dalsze kierunki badań. (abstrakt oryginalny)

Business organizations stand before the necessity of continuously striving to achieve a long–term competitive advantage. Global competition and dynamic changes in the business environment significantly increase the importance of innovation as leverage for success in growth efforts. Can strategic human resource management (SHRM) support an increase in innovation? How? The attempt at answering these questions is the objective of research undertaken by a team of Institute of Labor and Social Studies staff members under my direction. Using research results as a basis, the intention of this article is to provide answers to the following questions: Is there a link between the level and dynamics of innovation and the alignment of company practice with HRM strategy as well as the company’s overall strategy? Is the level of innovation in the organization dependent on the HRM model applied—HIWP concept or the HPWS)? (original abstract)
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