Strategic implementation and high performance work practices: a proposed model for public sector

In view of the dominance of research on high performance work practices and organizational performance literature in the private sector, this paper developed an integrated conceptual model connecting three theoretical propositions in the public sector. The integrated theories comprise the Resource b...

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Main Authors: Muhammad, Ibrahim Garba, Abdullah, Haim Hilman
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Published: MAYFEB TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT Toronto, Ontario, Canada 2016
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spelling my.uum.repo.261702019-07-07T07:14:41Z http://repo.uum.edu.my/26170/ Strategic implementation and high performance work practices: a proposed model for public sector Muhammad, Ibrahim Garba Abdullah, Haim Hilman HD28 Management. Industrial Management In view of the dominance of research on high performance work practices and organizational performance literature in the private sector, this paper developed an integrated conceptual model connecting three theoretical propositions in the public sector. The integrated theories comprise the Resource based view perspective and social exchange theories considering the proposed moderating model of Resource management model as an extension of Resource based view perspective. Based on the theoretical propositions a model was developed and interrelationships among the theories were highlighted to guide future empirical investigation. MAYFEB TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT Toronto, Ontario, Canada 2016 Article PeerReviewed Muhammad, Ibrahim Garba and Abdullah, Haim Hilman (2016) Strategic implementation and high performance work practices: a proposed model for public sector. MAYFEB Journal of Business and Management, 1. pp. 10-17. ISSN 2371-7742 http://www.mayfeb.com/OJS/index.php/BUS/article/view/89
institution Universiti Utara Malaysia
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Muhammad, Ibrahim Garba
Abdullah, Haim Hilman
Strategic implementation and high performance work practices: a proposed model for public sector
description In view of the dominance of research on high performance work practices and organizational performance literature in the private sector, this paper developed an integrated conceptual model connecting three theoretical propositions in the public sector. The integrated theories comprise the Resource based view perspective and social exchange theories considering the proposed moderating model of Resource management model as an extension of Resource based view perspective. Based on the theoretical propositions a model was developed and interrelationships among the theories were highlighted to guide future empirical investigation.
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author Muhammad, Ibrahim Garba
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title Strategic implementation and high performance work practices: a proposed model for public sector
title_short Strategic implementation and high performance work practices: a proposed model for public sector
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title_full_unstemmed Strategic implementation and high performance work practices: a proposed model for public sector
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publisher MAYFEB TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT Toronto, Ontario, Canada
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