HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND INNOVATION: A REVIEW OF LITERATURE

A. Arulrajah

Abstract


The objective of this review is to explore the theoretical and empirical findings of research work, which link human resource management (HRM) practices with organizational innovation. Innovation models demand innovation oriented and focused bundles of HRM practices to develop and sustain innovation potential and capacity of organisations. Findings of this review reveal that the theoretical and empirical status of HRM practices on development and retention of innovation potential and capacity of organizations, and further enhances the existing body of knowledge and the literature on the relationship between HRM practices and organizational innovation. In addition, this review demonstrates three key roles of HRM practices on organizational innovation.

 

Keywords: Innovation, Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management Practices, Organization

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