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Palgrave Macmillan

Human Resource Management, Innovation and Performance

ISBN 9781137465184
Publication Date November 2015
Formats No other formats available
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan

Human Resource Management, Innovation and Performance sheds new light on the antecedents and enablers of innovation, with specific reference to people and the way in which they are managed. Taking a multi-level perspective the book reflects critically on high performance work systems, organizational design options, cross-boundary working, leadership styles and learning at work. We step out of the HRM comfort zone by bringing together scholars across disciplinary boundaries to explore constructs usually not found in the human resource literature such as tolerance for risk, job autonomy, employee proactivity, creativity training, informal learning, psychological commitment, cross-boundary working, self-determination and many more.

Helen Shipton is Professor of International HRM at Nottingham Business School, UK. Previously she has held positions as Senior Lecturer at Aston Business School, Birmingham, UK. Her research interests include HRM, innovation and performance and in particular, employee perceptions of HRM. She has published in leading journals including Human Resource Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Human Resource Management Journal and Management Learning, and is a member of the Editorial Board of Human Resource Management Journal. Helen is an elected member of the British Academy of Management Council and acted as the Principal Investigator for the ESRC-funded seminar series examining people, innovation and performance 2011-2013 that formed the basis of this book.
 
Pawan Budhwar is Professor of International HRM at Aston Business School, UK. He has authored/edited 13 Books and around 100 research papers in international refereed journals in the areas of international and strategic HRM in emerging markets with an emphasis on India. Pawan is the Editor-in-Chief of British Journal of Management and Associate Editor of Human Resource Management. He is the Co-Founder and First Past President of Indian Academy of Management, and a Fellow of the British Academy of Management, Higher Education Academy and the Academy of Social Sciences.

Paul Sparrow is the Director of the Centre for Performance-led HR and Professor of International Human Resource Management at Lancaster University Management School, UK. His research interests include cross-cultural and international HRM, HR strategy, performance-led HR and the employment relationship. He has consulted widely and is regularly voted amongst the Most Influential HR Thinkers by Human Resources magazine, listed from 2008- 2012 and in the Top 10 Most Influential for 2014-15.

Alan Brown is a Professorial Fellow at the Institute for Employment Research, University of Warwick, UK. His current research, which has a strong international orientation, focuses mainly upon changing occupational identities, continuing vocational training, developing adaptability in the labour market, and supporting knowledge sharing and development and learning in professional communities of practice.

1. Human Resource Management, Innovation And Performance: Looking Across Levels; Helen Shipton, Pawan Budhwar, Paul Sparrow And Alan Brown
2. Strategic HRM, Innovation And HR Delivery For Human Resource Management, Innovation And Performance; Paul Sparrow
3. Human Resource Management And Innovative Behaviour: Considering Interactive, Informal Learning Activities; Karin Sanders And Cai-Hui (Veronica) Lin
4. Human Resource Development, Creativity And Innovation; Pauline Loewenberger
5. Applying An Apprenticeship Approach To HRD: Why The Concepts Of Occupation, Identity And The Organisation Of Workplace Learning Still Matter; Alison Fuller And Lorna Unwin
6. The Costs And Benefits Of Apprenticeships To Employers: Policy, Funding And Training Quality; Lynn Gambin And Terence Hogarth
7. Innovativeness Of Indian Firms – Catalysts And Deterrents; Smitha Nair, Kishore Gopalakrishna Pillai, Manjusha Hirekhan And Pawan S. Budhwar
8. Ensuring Engagement And Commitment To Innovative Behaviours In High-Growth Medium-Sized Businesses; Frances Jorgensen
9. Exploratory Learners, HR Ambidexterity And E-Hrm PROJECTS; Carole Tansley And Susan Kirk
10. The Impact Of Human And Client Capital On Innovation; Juani Swart And Nick Kinnie
11. A Bird's Eye View Of The Creativity-Innovation Nexus: The Moderating Role Of Supervisor Support And Decision Autonomy; Matej Černe, Tomislav Hernaus, Anders Dysvik And Miha Škerlavaj
12. Leadership Style And Behaviours, Employee Knowledge Sharing And Innovation Probability; Maura Sheehan
13. A Tale Of Two Approaches: How And Why A Person-Centred Approach Would Provide New Insight Into The Leadership Of Innovation; Yvonne Van Rossenberg
14. Leading The Diffusion Of Intellectual Capital Management Practices In Science Parks; Nick Theodorakopoulos
15. Innovation, Leadership And Staff Engagement: Insights From Ceos; Wilhelm Coetsee, Patrick Flood And Steven Kilroy
16. The Role Of Career Adaptability And Flexible Expertise In Developing Individual Innovative Behaviour; Alan Brown
17. Practising Innovating Through Learning-In-Crisis: Realizing The Impact Of Management In HRM Practice; Elena Antonacopoulou
18. Creativity At Work: The Role Of Context; Jorges Gomes, Filipa Rodrigues And Ana Veloso
19. Creativity Training; Kamal Birdi
20. Making Creativity An Attractive Option; Qin Zhou And Helen Shipton
21. Conclusion: On Multiple Levels Of Analysis, Context, Contingency And Capital; Paul Sparrow, Helen Shipton, Pawan Budhwar And Alan Brown

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