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2006 | nr 6 | 11--32
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The Doubts of a Proponent of Human Resource Management

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Wątpliwości zwolennika Zarządzania Zasobami Ludzkimi
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The field of HRM has been subject to development by many researchers and practitioners for many years. A considerable number of studies is being created and thousands of research questions are being undertaken, as is reported by web sites and publications. In spite of such achievements, the supporters of HRM ideas have had many doubts. The choice of questions discussed below is subjective in character, but efforts were made to arrange them into five issues of basic importance to scientific research. In the case of every issue, attempts were made at proceeding in the following manner: Firstly, a brief review of literature was carried out, where the views of different authors were compared; secondly, profound analysis of the literature was conducted; finally, efforts were made to fish out possible doubts and to present propositions for clarifying such doubts. The paper ends with an overview of a model of change in the field of HR. Work on it will also make it possible to identify further research directions. (original abstract)
Z punktu widzenia akademickiego, wydaje się oczywiste, że nauka bez wątpliwości jest martwa. Z punktu widzenia praktycznego, wątpliwości to słabe sygnały, których testy analizy są składnikiem skrzynki narzędziowej menedżerów. Innowacje i zmiany w biznesie rodzą się także dzięki studiowaniu dyskusji o wątpliwościach. Poniższe opracowanie ma dostarczyć odpowiednich krytycznych argumentów do wypracowania osobistego stanowiska menedżerów wobec przyszłości HRM. Jest także próbą sformułowania propozycji dla specjalistów i badaczy. Wybór omówionych zagadnień ma charakter subiektywny, ale starano się poruszyć w nim kilka zasadniczych dla badań naukowych kwestii: genezę i historyczne etapy, przedmiot, metoda, szacowanie efektu stosowania HRM oraz integracja środowiska zwolenników HRM. W każdym z tematów starano się postępować w następujący sposób: po pierwsze, dokonano krótkiego przeglądu literatury i porównano stanowiska autorów, po drugie, przeprowadzono analizę otrzymanego stanu literatury i w końcu starano się dostrzec ewentualne wątpliwości oraz przedstawić propozycje. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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