Sustainable Human Resource Management and Organisational Performance: An Integrating Theoretical Framework for Future Research release_5knpid5z3rhc3nwyn3akenywu4

by Lucía Muñoz-Pascual, Jesús Galende

Published in Small Business International Review by Asociacion Espanola de Contabilidad y Administracion de Empresas (AECA).

e281 (2020)

Abstract

This paper identifies and analyses six relevant approaches for the analysis of Sustainable Human Resource Management and Organizational Performance: Resource-Based View, Dynamic Capabilities View, Knowledge-Based View, Behavioral Theory, Human Relations Theory, and Cooperative Systems and Ambidextrous Organizations. They are complementarity approaches. They can all be applied to the analysis of a specific resource or capability for sustainable human resource management (HRM) and, consequently, organisational performance. However, the contributions made by the Resource-Based View and the new approach of Ambidextrous Organizations seem to be the most comprehensive approaches for studying sustainable HRM from an internal perspective of firms that allows the long-term development of their organizational and society performance.
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