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Cross-Cultural Issues in Global HR Management Strategies

Cross-Cultural Issues in Global HR Management Strategies
Cross-Cultural Issues in Global HR Management Strategies
There is a growing belief that one of the most significant factors which will contribute to future business success is the effective management and development of people within the organization. A study by IBM (1992), covering some 2,000 organizations in over 20 countries, identified that both line managers and human resource (HR) specialists see HR as a critical success factor in achieving business strategic goals. Sparrow et al. (1994), in a detailed analysis of the IBM study, point out that the view of participants is that an organization's people provide the only realistic basis for achieving a sustainable competitive advantage.
1352-7606
23-28
Higgs, M.J.
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Higgs, M.J.
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Higgs, M.J. (1994) Cross-Cultural Issues in Global HR Management Strategies. Cross Cultural Management: An International Journal, 1 (3), 23-28. (doi:10.1108/eb008379).

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There is a growing belief that one of the most significant factors which will contribute to future business success is the effective management and development of people within the organization. A study by IBM (1992), covering some 2,000 organizations in over 20 countries, identified that both line managers and human resource (HR) specialists see HR as a critical success factor in achieving business strategic goals. Sparrow et al. (1994), in a detailed analysis of the IBM study, point out that the view of participants is that an organization's people provide the only realistic basis for achieving a sustainable competitive advantage.

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Published date: 1994

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Local EPrints ID: 51442
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/51442
ISSN: 1352-7606
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Date deposited: 01 Aug 2008
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:48

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Author: M.J. Higgs

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