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Title Human resource management, innovation and performance / [edited by] Helen Shipton, Pawan Budhwar, Paul Sparrow, Alan Brown
Published Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2016
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Contents 1. Human Resource Management, Innovation and Performance: Looking across Levels -- Part I People, Innovation and Performance: An Overview: 2. Strategic HRM, Innovation and HR Delivery for Human -- 3. Human Resource Management and Innovative Behaviour: Considering Interactive, Informal Learning Activities -- 4. Human Resource Development, Creativity and Innovation -- 5. Applying an Apprenticeship Approach to HRD: Why the Concepts of Occupation, Identity and the Organisation of Workplace Learning Still Matter -- 6. The Costs and Benefits of Apprenticeships to Employers: Policy, Funding and Training Quality -- Part II People, Innovation and Performance: In context: 7. Innovativeness of Indian Firms -- Catalysts and Deterrents Smitha Nair, Kishore Gopalakrishna Pillai, Manjusha -- 8. Ensuring Engagement and Commitment to Innovative Behaviours in High-Growth, Medium-Sized Businesses -- 9. Exploratory Learners, HR Ambidexterity and e-HRM Projects -- 10. The Impact of Human and Client Capital on Innovation -- Part III Leadership and Innovation: 11. A Bird's Eye View of the Creativity -- Innovation Nexus: The Moderating Role of Supervisor Support and Decision Autonomy -- 12. Leadership Style and Behaviour, Employee Knowledge-Sharing and Innovation Probability -- 13. A Tale of Two Approaches: How and Why a Person-Centred Approach would Provide New Insight into the Leadership of Innovation -- 14. Leading the Diffusion of Intellectual Capital Management Practices in Science Parks -- 15. Innovation, Leadership and Staff Engagement: Insights from CEOs -- Part IV The Bedrock for Innovation: Building Capability at the Individual Level: 16. The Role of Career Adaptability and Flexible Expertise in Developing Individual Innovative Behaviour -- 17. Practising Innovating through Learning-in-Crisis: Realising the Impact of Man-Agement in HRM Practice -- 18. Practising Innovating through Learning-in-Crisis: Realising the Impact of Man-Agement in HRM Practice -- 19. Creativity Training -- 20. Making Creativity an Attractive Option -- 21. Conclusion: On Multiple Levels of Analysis, Context, Contingency and Capital
Summary Human Resource Management, Innovation and Performance investigates the relationship between HRM, innovation and performance. Taking a multi-level perspective the book reflects critically on contentious themes such as high performance work systems, organizational design options, cross-boundary working, leadership styles and learning at work
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Performance.
Personnel management.
Form Electronic book
Author Brown, Alan, editor
Budhwar, Pawan S., editor
Shipton, Helen, 1961- editor
Sparrow, Paul, editor
LC no. 2015023898
ISBN 1137465190 (electronic bk.)
9781137465191 (electronic bk.)