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2014 | nr 6 | 11-31
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Reconceptualizing Strategic International Human Resource Management in the Pursuit of MNC Sustainable Competitive Advantage

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Rekonceptualizacja strategicznego międzynarodowego zarządzania zasobami ludzkimi w dążeniu do uzyskania trwałej przewagi konkurencyjnej PMN
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Głównym celem artykułu jest dokonanie pewnej rekonceptualizacji, o nieco ogólnym charakterze, obszaru strategicznego międzynarodowego zarządzania zasobami ludzkimi (SMZZL) oraz zaproponowanie zintegrowanego modelu dla tej dziedziny badań i praktyki gospodarczej; w modelu zostają zidentyfikowane kluczowe czynniki i charakterystyki oraz ich wzajemne relacje determinujące uzyskiwanie trwałej przewagi konkurencyjnej przez przedsiębiorstwo międzynarodowe (PMN). Artykuł podzielony został na siedem części. Na początku, na podstawie zwięzłego przeglądu literatury, autorka nakreśla konceptualny rozwój SMZZL jako swego rodzaju subdyscypliny naukowej, która wyłoniła się z międzynarodowego zarządzania zasobami ludzkimi (MZZL) oraz strategicznego zarządzania zasobami ludzkimi (SZZL). Wymienione też zostają główne nurty teoretyczne i badawcze w zakresie MZZL oraz SZZL. Następnie, w sposób enumeratywny dokonany zostaje przegląd wybranych modeli SMZZL. Rozwinięciem poruszanej problematyki jest podjęcie kwestii przewagi konkurencyjnej oraz trwałej przewagi konkurencyjnej. W kolejnych częściach artykułu dyskusja zostaje ukierunkowana na dwa, ważne z punktu widzenia niniejszej pracy zagadnieniami, tj. ludzkie zasoby kapitałowe (LZK) jako czynniki trwałej przewagi konkurencyjnej w SMZZL oraz pomiar efektywności, skuteczności i wydolności zasobowej SMZZL. Wszystko to stanowi swego rodzaju podwaliny dla zintegrowanej koncepcji modelu SMZZL w PMN, który autorka proponuje w kolejnej części artykułu. Na zakończenie sformułowano kilka zasadniczych wniosków. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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The main goal of the article is to offer a reconceptualized, albeit general, framework for the area of strategic international human resource management (SIHRM) and to present an integrative model for this field of practice and research, which identifies key factors and characteristics as well as their interrelationships in pursuing sustainable competitive advantage in MNCs. The paper is divided into seven sections. First, in a brief review of literature, the author outlines the conceptual development of SIHRM considered as a field that has developed simultaneously from both international human resource management (IHRM) and strategic human resource management (SHRM). The author presents theoretical and research streams in IHRM and scientific perspectives in SHRM. This is followed by a brief overview of selected SIHRM models. By extension, competitive advantage and sustainable competitive advantage are also discussed. In further sections of the paper, two other important issues are looked into-human resource capital (HRC) as a sustainable competitive factor within SIHRM as well as measures of SIHRM efficiency, effectiveness, and efficacy. All this forms a partial foundation for the integrative concept of SIHRM in the MNC model proposed by the author in a successive section. Final conclusions make up the last part of the paper. (original abstract)
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  • Wrocław University of Economics, Poland
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