Management Revue

Peer-reviewed journal publishes articles on business and public administration, organizational behavior, economics, sociology, and psychology.

Articles from Vol. 15, No. 3, 2004

Atypical Employment Relationships and Commitment: Wishful Thinking or HR Challenge?**
Nowadays, simultaneously maintaining flexible working practices and commitment is an important topic for HR managers since they both can contribute to organisational success. However, many HRM researchers and practitioners are unsure whether these can...
Between Employment Relationships and Market Relationships: Dilemmas for HR Management**
The deployment of labour is regulated by rules laid down in labour laws, collective labour agreements and internal company rulebooks. The subject of this article is how changes in the nature of the company and in the nature of the employment relationship...
Disappearing between the Cracks: HRM in Permeable Organisations**
This paper is concerned with examining the implications of inter-organisational relationships for human resource management (HRM). To date much of the literature on human resource management has been inwardly focussed on the organisation and its employees....
E-HRM: Innovation or Irritation. an Explorative Empirical Study in Five Large Companies on Web-Based HRM**
Technological optimistic voices assume that, from a technical perspective, the IT possibilities for HRM are endless: in principal all HR processes can be supported by IT. E-HRM is the relatively new term for this IT supported HRM, especially through...
Human Resource Advantage in the Networked Organisation**
It is often assumed that firms have freedom of choice over their HR policies and practices, however, the networks within which they operate suggest that the HR practices themselves may be influenced by clients, suppliers, partners and other collaborators....
Innovating Organisations and HRM: A Conceptual Framework**
In November 2003 the Dutch HRM network held its third annual international conference at the University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands. Its topic was "Innovating HRM?", a multi facetted topic that can be elaborated in many ways, as the 10 different...
Innovating the HR Function in a Commercialising British Public Sector Organisation: Towards a More Strategic Role for HR?**
Although the body of research and practice on HR management in private sector organisations has grown at an astonishing pace in recent years, much less is known about the nature, role and meaning of a strategic HR department within public sector organisations...
Wenzel Matiaske: Soziales Kapital in Organisationen. eine Tauschtheoretische Studie
Wenzel Matiaske: Soziales Kapital in Organisationen. Eine tauschtheoretische Studie Empirische Personal- und Organisationsforschung, hrsg. von W. Weber, A. Martin, W. Nienhüser, Bd. 12 Rainer Hampp Verlag, München und Mering 1999, 388 S., euro34.80Social...
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