Theorizing about the impact of strategic human resource management

@inproceedings{Waya2005TheorizingAT,
  title={Theorizing about the impact of strategic human resource management},
  author={Sean A. Waya and Diane E. Johnsonb},
  year={2005}
}
  • Sean A. Waya, Diane E. Johnsonb
  • Published 2005
In this article we theorize about the impact of strategic human resource management (SHRM). Specifically, we outline a framework (derived from our review, integration, and extension of the theoretical foundations of SHRM) that we posit will provide scholars with the theoretical tools necessary to (i) develop construct measures of organizational effectiveness and (ii) generate prescriptive SHRM models that can accurately explicate and evaluate the primary linkages of SHRM (i.e., the linkages… CONTINUE READING
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