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2015 | 230 | 55-70
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Model High Performance Work System (HPWS)

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Badania nad systemami wysoce efektywnymi mają swoje korzenie w różnych dziedzinach zarządzania i ekonomii; są to m.in. ekonomia pracy, strategiczne HRM, zachowania organizacyjne, zarządzanie operacjami. Można zaobserwować coraz większą popularność wysoce efektywnych systemów w literaturze z zarządzania, ostatnie dekady obfitowały w wiele badań z tego zakresu. Wprawdzie nie istnieje jedna, powszechnie akceptowana definicja, jednak można przyjąć, że większość badaczy tematu opisuje HPWS jako specyficzną kombinację praktyk ZZL, struktur i procesów maksymalizujących wiedzę, umiejętności, zaangażowanie i elastyczność pracownika. Ciągłe poszukiwanie optymalnych rozwiązań w nauce o zarządzaniu i udoskonalanie istniejących modeli jest często podyktowane potrzebą zwiększenia efektywności organizacji. Systemy wysokiej efektywności można traktować jak próbę odpowiedzi na potrzeby organizacji, wiele bowiem badań wskazuje na pozytywną korelację systemów HPWS z efektywnością organizacji. Niniejszy artykuł stanowi teoretyczną analizę uwarunkowań wdrożenia systemów wysoce efektywnych we współczesnych organizacjach. Na podstawie przeglądu literatury przedstawiony zostanie stan wiedzy z tego zakresu, wyniki badań dotyczące związku HPWS z efektywnością zespołów, wzorcowe praktyki z zakresu ZZL, wynikające z założeń modelu, a także zagadnienia związane z procesem implementacji HPWS.
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This paper explores aspects of the contentious debate around the impact on workers of High Performance Work Systems (HPWS). Although, the concept of an HPWS has not been consistently and precisely defined in the literature, it has generally been utilized to describe a system of horizontally and vertically aligned employment practices designed to affect both the ability and the motivation of employees. High performance work systems (HPWS), a type of HR system, are an important concept in contemporary research on workplaces. There is growing empirical evidence that high performance work systems (HPWS) can have a significant impact on organizational performance. HPWS have been found to favourably affect turnover [Guthrie, 2001; Huselid, 1995], labor productivity [Huselid, 1995], firm productivity [Guthrie, 2001], and firm financial performance [Guthrie, 2001; Huselid, 1995]. Given these findings, HPWS are now seen as a potential source of competitive advantage [Camps, Luna- -Arocas, 2012]. This paper explores the meaning and significance of high performance work systems and provides a theoretical framework illustrating the model.
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