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Morley Michael, Murphy Kevin R., Cleveland Jeanette N., Gunnigle Patrick, Heraty Noreen
Title
Zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi w przedsiębiorstwach międzynarodowych - wyniki badań w europejskich oddziałach przedsiębiorstw amerykańskich
Human Resource Management in International Enterprises : Evidence on the Subsidiaries of American Multinationals in Europe
Source
Prace Naukowe Akademii Ekonomicznej we Wrocławiu, 2004, nr 1032, s. 272-289, bibliogr. 43 poz.
Issue title
Sukces w zarządzaniu kadrami : perspektywa globalna i lokalna
Keyword
Zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi, Kultura organizacji, Różnice kulturowe, Korporacje międzynarodowe, Badania ankietowe
Human Resources Management (HRM), Corporate culture, Cultural differences, International corporation, Questionnaire survey
Note
summ.
Abstract
Artykuł koncentruje się na różnicach w zarządzaniu zasobami ludzkimi - w warstwie zarówno założeń podstawowych, jak i praktyki gospodarczej -między różnymi krajami. Autorzy referatu są zgodni, że warunki rynkowe i regulacje prawne mogą z biegiem czasu doprowadzić do wytworzenia jednego, w miarę zbliżonego do siebie modelu zarządzania ludźmi, niemniej jednak na dzień dzisiejszy HRM nie jest koncepcją pojmowaną wszędzie w ten sam sposób. Osią artykułu jest prezentacja i omówienie wyników badań „1995 Euronet Cranfield Study", przeprowadzonych w wielonarodowych korporacjach. Autorzy stawiają sobie za cel weryfikację, do jakiego stopnia filozofia i praktyka zarządzania w sferze funkcji personalnej realizowanej w zagranicznych oddziałach przedsiębiorstw międzynarodowych odpowiadają założeniom obowiązującym w firmie macierzystej, a na ile upodabniają się do norm i tradycji kraju „goszczącego".

The article focuses on differences in the way human resource management is conceptualized and conducted in different countries. According to authors of the paper, there are market and institutional forces for convergence. However, despite this, HRM still is not a universal concept. Data from the 1995 Euronet Cranfield Survey was used to examine patterns of HRM activity in multinational corporations. There is also a verification of the impact of national institutional arrangements and traditions in explaining differences in the extent to which multinational corporations impose home country practice or conform to host country norms.
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0324-8445
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eng
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