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Models of Hrm

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Harvard Analytical Framework for Human Resource Management

Stake holder
Interests
Shareholders
Management
Employee GroupsHRM policyHR outcomesLong-Term
GovernmentchoicesConsequences
CommunityEmployeeCommitmentIndividual
UnionsinfluenceCompliancewell-being
Human resourceCongruenceOrganisational
flowCost effectivenesseffectiveness
Rewards systemsSocietal well-Work Systemsbeing Situational
Factors
Workforce
characteristics
Business Strategy
and conditions
Management
philosophy
Labour Market
Unions
Task Technology
Law and
societal values

Source: Beer et al (1984)

The Human Resource Cycle:

Rewards

Selection PerformanceAppraisal

Training

Source: Fombrun et al (1984)

Strategic Human Resource Management and Environmental Pressures

Political
forces

Economic Cultural
forces forces

Mission and
strategy

Firm

OrganisationalHuman
structureresource
management

Source: Fombrun et al (1984)

The Warwick model of Strategic Change and Human Resource Management

Socioeconomic
Technological
Political-legal
Competitive

Inner context

Culture
Structure
Politics/leadership
Task-technology
Business outputs

Business strategy
contentHRM content

ObjectivesRole
Product-marketDefinition
Strategy & tacticsOrganisation
HR outputs

HRM context

HR flows
Work systems
Reward systems
Employee relations

Source: Hendry and Pettigrew (1992)

Guest’s Theory of SHRM

HRM PoliciesHuman...

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