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Measuring the impact of HRM on organizational performance  [cached]
Anastasia A. Katou
Journal of Industrial Engineering and Management , 2008, DOI: 10.3926/jiem..v1n2.p119-142
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to measure the impact of HRM on organisational performance in the context of Greece. Data were collected from 178 organisations using a questionnaire survey in the Greek manufacturing sector, and analysed using the ‘structural equation modelling’ methodology. The results indicated that the relationship between HRM policies (resourcing and development, compensation and incentives, involvement and job design) and organisational performance is partially mediated through HRM outcomes (skills, attitudes, behaviour), and it is influenced by business strategies (cost, quality, innovation). Thus, the contribution of this study for academics and practitioners is that HRM policies associated with business strategies will affect organisational performance through HRM outcomes.
Scientific Annals of the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iasi : Economic Sciences Series , 2010,
Abstract: This paper is the following part of a previous article about Business Intelligence regarded as key enabler and effect of the Globalization. Starting from the definitions and from the classifications chosen then, this second part brings many other considerations about GBI, G-L, GIS, and also about a socalled “VWBI”.
Study of Integration of e-HRM and ERP and its Business Process Reengineering
Huanchun Yang
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009,
Abstract: With the flourishing of the Internet and the widely application of ERP in the enterprises, the traditional human resource management system is hard to meet the requirements of the modern enterprises development. Thus, this paper introduces an integration which combines the e-HRM with the ERP system. The Reengineering of its business process is also discussed in the paper.
The Impact of National Factors on Personnel Management: A Cross-National Examination of HRM Practices in Singapore and Thailand  [cached]
Nick Zhiwei Bi
International Journal of Business and Management , 2012, DOI: 10.5539/ijbm.v7n13p21
Abstract: This paper attempts to analyse and compare the human resource management (HRM) practices between Singapore and Thailand in terms of Budhwar and Sparrow’s framework for examining cross-national HRM practices, particularly focusing on national factors and organizational strategies. It aims to identify the significant relationships between national factors, such as national culture, business sectors and business environment, and HRM practices. Additionally, the paper also explains how companies manage their personnel with the HRM practices developed and influenced by its national factors. To strengthen the argument, the paper then discusses HRM practices at organizational levels in both countries and pays specific attention to the core HRM functions of recruitment and selection, training and development and remuneration and reward in order to prove the significant roles national factors have played in each country’s HRM practices and policies.
Risks of marketing activity: globalization influence
V.Y. Petrunya
Marketing ì Mened?ment Innovacìj , 2012,
Abstract: In the article the influence of economic globalization on marketing activity of an organization is examined. There is determined how the system of risk of marketing activity of private and government organizations is changing under the globalization influence.
Globalization – Miracle or Mirage for the Economy and Business Environment  [cached]
Alexandra G?LBEAZ?,Cristian FLOREA,Cristina CIOVIC?
Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology , 2011,
Abstract: The present article aims to bring into discussion the process of globalization - as central phenomenon of the 21st century. The areas of intervention where globalization is being noticed are various, from early history to the present day, in economics, marketing, IT, the educational system, politics, business, etc. The main idea that we want to set forth is the way globalization occurs in the economy, in general, and in some countries of the world (such as Bulgaria) and in Romania, especially, as well as the manner through which they succeed or not to take advantage of the effects of globalization. More or less, we depend on globalization, and the process of globalization and its impact in our times can be more or less controlled.
JI. А. Богун
Strategy of Ukraine : Economics, Sociology, Law , 2010,
Abstract: In accordance with the opinion of respected scientists, globalized world opened up international markets and support the free flow and exchange of information. [7] Characteristic of the discipline of international business is a reflection of the interests of rich and geographic areas. [1] For example, subjects such as management, economics, marketing and finance have a significant impact on research in the field of international business. However, of special interest is the subject of risks and capabilities managers working at the international level. В соответствии с мнением авторитетных ученых, глобализированный мир открыл международные рынки и поддерживает свободный поток и обмен информацией [7]. Характеристикой дисциплины международного бизнеса является отражение многофункциональных интересов и географических областей [1]. Например, такие дисциплины, как менеджмент, экономика, маркетинг и финансы имеют значительное влияние на исследования в области международного бизнеса. Однако особый интерес представляет тема рисков и способностей менеджеров, работающих на международном уровне. В дпов дно до думки авторитетних учених, глобал зований св т в дкрив м жнародн ринки п дтриму в льний пот к обм н нформац ю [7]. Характеристикою дисципл ни м жнародного б знесу в дображення багатофункц ональних нтерес в географ чних областей [1]. Наприклад, так дисципл ни, як менеджмент, економ ка, маркетинг ф нанси мають значний вплив на досл дження в галуз м жнародного б знесу. Однак особливий нтерес представля тема ризик в зд бностей менеджер в, як працюють на м жнародному р вн .
Advantages and Risks of RFID in Business Applications
Vladimir Modrak,Peter Knuth,Jozef Novak-Marcinein
International Business Management , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/ibm.2010.28.34
Abstract: Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology in business and industry is rapidly starting to show its growing potential in comparison with other identification technologies. With RFID's expanding role in business applications questions concerning not only gains but also risks are arising. The purpose of this study is to highlight selected areas of this technology that may be critical for its further exploitation in business applications. A comprehensive review approach was used to guide the research process. The relevant literature findings were gathered and sorted into the categories as advantages, disadvantages, readability and privacy security. Differences between RFID and barcode technologies, especially in terms of their use in information management are also discussed in this study. Further, selected critical aspects of RFID development and applications are described. Finally, summative inferences and anticipated expectations of future RFID deployment in business and enterprises are outlined.
Sebastian Florian Enea,Silvia Pala?c?
CES Working Papers , 2012,
Abstract: Globalization and business cycles are equally elusive economic phenomena; hence they represent a continuous research possibility and a source of possible inquiries due to their complex nature. The aim of the paper is to explain the synchronization of business cycles using the relationship between the growth rate of the GDP and FDI, considered as percentage of the GDP. The results show that there is no unique European business cycle, but two cores between which countries migrate and stress out the importance of the FDI channel in business cycle transmission. The future research directions will employ fuzzy cluster techniques, used on a larger sample.
The Risks and Strategies of High Leverage  [PDF]
Yuting Liu, Qingjun Meng, Yong Ma
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.48013
Abstract: Under the background of slow economic development speed, the state has issued a series of policies to realize destocking due to the serious real estate destocking in China. The problem about high leverage of real estate also emerges gradually due to the policies of reducing the proportion of down payment. The high leverage of real estate might bring about risks such as: building market bubble and increased risk in bank credit risk. However, there are a lot of difficulties to overcome to remove leverage. For example, the pressure over destocking is heavier and real estate bubble could be easily brought about. Only by positively adopting measures and conducting regulation positively, improving leverage structure of real estate market and boosting real estate market destocking, the financial risk can be prevented and controlled.
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