Can HRM make a difference?

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Title: Can HRM make a difference?
Author: Bramming, Pia
Abstract: This article is about how a constructivist observation of development within Human Resource Management (HRM) opens the possibility for communicating about development in the language of possibility, seen in contrast to a language of deficiency. HRM is discussed as a paradoxical development concept, where the paradoxical consists in that when one focuses upon a proactive development ideal from a linear development understanding, one develops regressively, directly counter to one’s intentions. In this article two observation dimensions are developed, as well as two dimensions of how to cope with development on the background of the constructivist observation.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10398/6708
Date: 2005-01-14

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