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ArtikelAchieving Competitive Advantage Through Human Resource Strategy : Towards A Theory of Industry Dynamics  
Oleh: Boxall, Peter
Jenis: Article from Bulletin/Magazine
Dalam koleksi: Human Resource Management Review vol. 8 no. 3 (1998), page 265-288.
Topik: HUMAN RESOURCE; competitive advantage; human resource strategy; industry dynamics
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Isi artikelThis article uses the resource - based view of the firm, along with other theoretical sources, to outline the basic elements of a theory of 'human resource advantage’. It asks the question : how can firms build and defend competitive superiority through HR strategy across the phases of the typical industry life cycle ? Human resources capable of yielding sustained advantage are those which meet tests of : (1) rare value and (2) relative immobility and superior appropriability. While we can identify certain broad principles associated with human resource advantage, cycles of establishment, maturity and renewal in industries add important complexities. The article identifies situations in which we can be reasonably confident we understand the requirements for HR advantage and others where much more research is needed.
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