Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance: Volume 1 Issue 1


Human Resource Management

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Organizational effectiveness, people and performance: new challenges, new research agendas

Paul Sparrow, Cary Cooper

As founding editors of the Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance, this paper welcomes the beginnings of a new academic community. The purpose of…

Designing organizations for sustainable effectiveness : A new paradigm for organizations and academic researchers

Susan Albers Mohrman, Edward E. Lawler III

The purpose of this paper is to examine design features that enable an organization to address today's complex and increasingly pressing global issues in ways that are…

Human resource management and organizational effectiveness: yesterday and today

Randall Schuler, Susan E. Jackson

The purpose of the paper is to describe how the understanding of the relationship between human resource management (HRM) and organizational effectiveness (OE) has evolved…

In the eyes of Janus: The intellectual structure of HRM-performance debate and its future prospects

Robert Kaše, Jaap Paauwe, Saša Batistič

The purpose of this paper is to offer a perspective on the future of the human resource management (HRM)-performance debate and its prospects for interaction with practice…

HR strategy: optimizing risks, optimizing rewards

Wayne Cascio, John Boudreau

The purpose of this paper is to suggest that in the arena of human capital, risk-mitigation may overshadow risk-optimized decisions, and show how a more balanced approach…

No accident: health, well-being, performance … and danger

James Campbell Quick, Ann McFadyen, Debra Lynn Nelson

– The purpose of this paper is to develop a theory of preventive health management for high-risk employees, who are the 1-3 percent with a propensity to become dangerous.

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