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York University
Administrative Studies
ADMS 3430
Len Karakowsky

Chapter 2 Human resources strategy THIRD YEAR NOTES FOR HR PLANNING3430Strategic HRMThe management of HR philosophies policies and practices to allow the achievement of the organizational strategyThese HR philosophies and policies form a system which attracts develops motivates and trains employees who ensure the survival and effective functioning of the organization and its membersThe second area would function like a decision science concerned with the effective utilization of human capital much like financeTheories of the strategic management of human resourcesHRM making strategic contributionsHR management formally called personnel management started as an administrative function and had traditionally been associated with costs in organizations Resource based viewLooking at the southwest airlines as a source which provided a sustained competitive advantage since its cultural is valuable rare and very hard to imitate and substitute The less a resource can be imitated the more durable the source of competitive advantageFirst employees who have superior performance cause of their skills commitment or flexibility are valuablethey help the company beat out competitors by offering better service and unique productsSecond HR can be hard for competitors to imitate The competition cant just buy these employees because their effectiveness is embedded in the HR systems of training compensation performance appraisal and culture that allow them to work productively
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