It is generally recognised that how people are managed is likely to make a difference to organisational performance, and strategic human resource management is concerned with the processes used to select, develop, organise and reward people at work so that strategic purposes are fulfilled. It is an area where there is no shortage of prescription about the actions managers should take to manage human resources, but yet where there are still uncertainties about the impact of what is regarded as best practice. In this module it is intended to analyse the relationship between strategy and HRM, to review the evidence on what constitutes good practice in human resource management, and to assess the contribution of HRM to organisational success. Please read an interesting topic at

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