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Sharma Radha R. (Management Development Institute, Sukhrali, India)
Outsourcing as a Strategy - HR Challenges in Globally Distributed Work
Outsourcing jako strategia - wyzwania dla zasobów ludzkich w świecie globalnego rozproszenia pracy
Organizacja i Zarządzanie : kwartalnik naukowy, 2009, nr 4 (8), s. 131-152, tab., bibliogr. 56 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Outsourcing, Zasoby ludzkie, Zarządzanie międzykulturowe, Globalizacja
Outsourcing, Human resources, Intercultural management, Globalization
streszcz., summ.
Outsourcing pobocznej działalności został przyjęty jako strategiczne narzędzie przez globalne firmy, co zaowocowało globalnym rozproszeniem pracy. Kilka makro- i mikroczynników dotyczących zasobów ludzkich wyłoniło się w organizacjach zaangażowanych w globalnie rozproszoną pracę, co wpłynęło nie tylko na wydajność pracy i wydajność organizacyjną, ale również na ludzi świadczących tę pracę. Wymaga ona odpowiedniego ukierunkowania dla dobra wszystkich interesariuszy. Niedostatek prac empirycznych w tym kształtującym się obszarze stał się przyczyną przeprowadzenia badań, które uwzględniają analizę czynników motywacyjnych w tych organizacjach. (abstrakt oryginalny)

Outsourcing of non core activities has been adopted as a strategic tool by global firms which has resulted in globally distributed work. Several macro and micro HR issues have surfaced in organizations engaged in globally distributed work which impact not only the work and organizational productivity but also the people delivering that work. These need to be addressed adequately for the benefit of all the stakeholders. Paucity of empirical work in this emerging field has provided impetus to undertake this research which includes study of motivational factors in these organizations. (original abstract)
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