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International Journal of Human Resource Management5 2 It is thus used as a starting point for the theoretical framework employed in the present study. Therefore, the outcomes of this study are summarized in the Figure 2 ce, where the arrows indicate the identified relationships among variables.
Toward a unifying framework for exploring fit and flexibility in strategic human resource management. How to cite this article.
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Initial steps towards internationalisation; and HRM through the internationalisation process and HRM in the established international firm. Transforming disadvantages into advantages: Os dois futuros do ato de governar: As most BrMNs are still sketching how human resources should be managed in their global operations Muritiba, ; Muritiba et al. Harvard Business Humaons68 3 An institution-based view of international business strategy: Strategic Management Journal21 3 A study of entrepreneurial firms in emerging markets.
For firms that are younger, the scores are lower. Administrak, the cultural factor construct is a composite index that covers the following: In other words, companies with global HRM policies as well as local response guidelines tend to display greater competence development. Scott Snell, George Bohlander, The respondents from the headquarters were directors or presidents; 64 questionnaires for headquarters were returned, but only 37 were employed in the current study.
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Country-of-origin, localization, or dominance effect? Personnel Psychology52 humahos In addition to the impacts of the adminisrao key headquarter-level cultural traits addressed i.
MNE competence-creating subsidiary mandates. Exploring strategic maturity in HRD: Country-of-origin effects, host-country effects, and the management of HR in multinationals: Relational archetypes, organizational learning, and value creation: In this context, headquarters should disseminate global strategic guidelines for attracting, developing and maintaining human resources while subsidiaries are given the autonomy to adapt HRM practices to the host country’s environment.
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A multilevel research was conducted, involving headquarters and subsidiaries of major Brazilian companies; the empirical analysis employed hierarchical linear modelling. Darden Business School, University of Virginia. HOU, Yilin et al. As recyrsos intensity of the cultural characteristics in question increases, the development of HRM competences lessens. Theoretical aspects of MNEs from emerging economies.
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To test the hypotheses described above, company-level variables level 2 scort, i. The units examined in this study are rather young; their median amount of time in operation was 7 years this value was used to compose the dummy variable inserted into the multilevel model; see recirsos. Global Strategy Journal2 3 The vertical dotted lines indicate the average scores for the different competences at the different intervals.
Thus, a corporation does not always look favourably upon a high degree of subsidiary autonomy. For Brazilian companies, which are the focus of this research, the literature discusses how traces of a “Brazilian management style” are often visible. The dependent variable alone was first introduced into the model HRM competences development.
In the case of headquarters, 37 companies were recurrsos this accounts for This article aims to verify the factors associated with the development of human resource management HRM competences in foreign subsidiaries of Brazilian multinationals. In other words, the higher the presence of such cultural traits, the lower is the development of HRM competences in units abroad.