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Khan Naveed R. (University Pendidikan Sultan Idris, Malaysia), Taha Syed M. (University of Karachi, Pakistan), Khan Mustafa R. (Institute of Business and Technology, Pakistan), Yong Chee K. (Institute Aminuddin Baki, Malaysia)
Wpływ praktyk ZZL na sukces zarządzania łańcuchem dostaw w małych i średnich przedsiębiorstwach
The Impact of HRM Practices on Supply Chain Management Success in SME
LogForum, 2013, vol. 9, nr 3, s. 177-187, tab., bibliogr. 43 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Struktura organizacyjna, Przewaga konkurencyjna, Zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi, Zarządzanie łańcuchem dostaw, Małe i średnie przedsiębiorstwa
Organisational structure, Competitive advantage, Human Resources Management (HRM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), Small business
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Wstęp: Metody zarządzania są stosowane przez większość małych i średnich przedsiębiorstw. W miarę upływu czasu metody te stają się coraz bardziej złożone. Celem pracy jest określenie związku pomiędzy zarządzaniem zasobami ludzkimi (ZZL) a zarządzaniem łańcuchem dostaw w małych i średnich przedsiębiorstwach. Metody: zebrano dane od 195 przedsiębiorstw, zarówno produkcyjnych jak i usługowych. Wyliczono współczynnik Pearsona oraz regresję wielokrotną w celu zbadania zależności. W wyniku badań stwierdzono, że małe i średnie przedsiębiorstwa stosują średnio zaawansowane metody zarządzania zarówno zasobami ludzkimi jak i łańcuchem dostaw. Stwierdzono korelację pomiędzy metodami ZZL, które pozytywnie wpływają na sukces w łańcuchu dostaw. Największy wpływ wśród wszystkich stosowanych metod ZZL miały szkolenia. Wyniki i wnioski: Otrzymane wyniki potwierdzają pozytywny wpływ metod ZZL na sukces łańcucha dostaw. Właściciele i managerowie małych i średnich przedsiębiorstw powinni skupić się na szerszym wprowadzeniu zaawansowanych metod zarządzania ludźmi w celu osiągnięcia lepszych wyników w obszarze łańcucha dostaw. Takie działanie pozwala na osiągnięcie większej przewagi nad konkurencją. (abstrakt oryginalny)

Background: Management practices are being carried out by most of the small and medium sized enterprises (SME) which substantially switched to sophisticated manner. This study aims to determine the relationship between human resource management (HRM) and supply chain management (SCM) in SME. Methods: the data from 195 manufacturing and service sectors SME were collected. The Pearson's correlation and multiple regression were employed to examine the relationship and measure the overall impact of IV on DV respectively. This study found that SME performed moderate level of HRM and SCM practices and there is a correlation between HRM practices that proactively contributes in supply chain success. Lastly, training contributed greater to SCM success as compared to other HRM factors. Results and conclusions: Results suggest that SCM success is activated by HRM practices. SME owners/managers should focus on enhancing the SCM success by implementing sophisticated HRM practices. This integration will allow mapping unique strategies to gain an edge over competitors. Appropriate approaches should be considered at national level to boost the national economy through SME sector. (original abstract)
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