publication . Article . 2012

Condições de causalidade entre a gestão dos recursos humanos e a cultura organizacional: um estudo empírico no contexto industrial colombiano

Héctor Mauricio Serna Gómez; CLAUDIA MILENA ÁLVAREZ GIRALDO; GREGORIO CALDERÓN HERNÁNDEZ;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2012
  • Country: Colombia
Abstract
The human resource management is the strategic framework of the organizational culture. Therefore, this study aims to identify the mutual impact between organizational culture and human resource management practices. To this end two models were constructed: one for the analysis of human resource management and another for the analysis of the organizational culture. The study was conducted in 199 manufacturing firms in Colombia. For information processing, multivariate models with emphasis on confirmatory factor analysis -CFA- and structural equation modeling- SEM- were used. The main finding was that market culture has a positive and significant impact on human ...
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free text keywords: human resource management, human resource management practices, organizational culture, gestión humana, prácticas de recursos humanos, cultura organizacional, human resource management, human resource management practices, organizational culture, gestão humana, práticas de recursos humanos, GESTIÓN HUMANA, PRÁCTICAS DE RECURSOS HUMANOS, CULTURA ORGANIZACIONAL, GESTÃO HUMANA, PRÁTICAS DE RECURSOS HUMANOS, CULTURA CORPORATIVA, RECURSOS HUMANOS, ADMINISTRACION INDUSTRIAL, COMPETITIVIDAD, CULTURA CORPORATIVA, RECURSOS HUMANOS, ADMINISTRACION INDUSTRIAL, COMPETITIVIDAD, lcsh:Psychology, lcsh:BF1-990
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