Corpus ID: 107486340

High-Performance Work Practices: A Case Study Using the Phenomenological Approach

@inproceedings{Zorn2012HighPerformanceWP,
  title={High-Performance Work Practices: A Case Study Using the Phenomenological Approach},
  author={Aaron J Zorn},
  year={2012}
}
Abstract : The fast-paced work environment that exists today requires organizations to adapt quickly in order to sustain high performance. Research suggests that the use of high-performance work practices (HPWPs) in human resource management is a possible way to increase performance. As the United States Air Force continues to face decreasing budgets, possible fixes such as the use of HPWPs may be considered. This research used a phenomenological approach to collect data from civil engineer… Expand

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