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Lista wydań / nr 39/3 2015
KSZTAŁTOWANIE WYSOCE EFEKTYWNYCH SYSTEMÓW PRACY (HPWS) POPRZEZ PRAKTYKI ZZL

Autorzy: Milena Gojny-Zbierowska
Uniwersytet Ekonomiczny w Katowicach
Słowa kluczowe: wysoce efektywne systemy pracy zarządzanie zasobami ludzkimi efektywność
Rok wydania:2015
Liczba stron:14 (51-64)

Abstrakt

Dynamiczne zmiany otoczenia organizacji i jego silna konkurencyjność oraz wyzwania wynikające z potrzeby ciągłego podnoszenia efektywności zespołów przyczyniają się do coraz większego zainteresowania potencjalnymi korzyściami wynikającymi z budowania systemów o wysokiej efektywności (high-performance work systems – HPWS) jako czynnika zwiększającego przewagę na rynku1. Ostatnie dekady przyniosły wiele badań łączących HPWS z efektywnością organizacji2. Praktyki zarządzania zasobami ludzkimi mają w tej relacji rolę pośredniczącą3. W artykule podjęto tematykę systemów wysokiej efektywności. Jest to opracowanie teoretyczne, którego celem jest ukazanie praktyk zarządzania zasobami ludzkimi kluczowych dla systemów pracy o wysokiej efektywności.
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