MGT_510X_Effective_HR_Practices_Week_Fin

MGT_510X_Effective_HR_Practices_Week_Fin - HR Practices and...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style HR Practices and the Competitive Advantage
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Effective organizations have good HR practices that are a source of competitive advantage. The competitive advantage…
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Organizational effectiveness is the degree to which an organization realizes its goals.
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Understanding organizational goals and strategies is the first step toward understanding organizational effectiveness. An effective organization, by definition, is competitive.
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Research has indicated that one source of an organization’s superior performance is its HRM practices. HRM Practices
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many activities through which organizations create human resources that can be a source of competitive advantage. While organizations can use technical HRM practices to select employees with high abilities, it’s through strategic HRM activities that a company can ensure that its human resources are not easily imitated and in this way remaining competitive. Arthur (1994), Huselid
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course TECHNOLOGY MGT510 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '10 term at Sullivan.

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