AuthorsLoewenberger, Pauline Anne
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Other TitlesHuman Resource Management, Innovation and Performance
AbstractHuman resource management (HRM) and development, learning, knowledge management and innovation represent complex and dynamic fields that draw upon multiple disciplines and emphasise the need for multilevel consideration. Such dynamic complexities present opportunities and challenges in an attempt to develop holistic theoretical approaches of how people management implications might contribute to sustainable innovation and performance. The various contributions to this book raise awareness and contribute to a shared understanding of innovation and HRM from multiple perspectives. They highlight the implications for people management through different lenses, including strategic and systems approaches at the level of the organisation, leadership, learning and the contribution of the broader national context to skill development.
CitationLoewenberger P (2016) 'Human resource development, creativity and innovation', in Shipton H, Budhwar P, Sparrow P, Brown A (ed(s).). Human Resource Management, Innovation and Performance, Palgrave Macmillan pp.48-65.