Which organisational changes are most beneficial for firm innovation?
Oviedo University Press
This paper identifies which types of organisational HRM changes are most beneficial for firm innovation by using a treatment effects analysis and a large dataset of firms from emerging economies. The paper finds that organisational changes have a positive disruptive effect on firm innovation outcomes. However, there is an organisational change hierarchy - where some HRM practices are more important than others. HRM practices that involve engaging with external partners, via collaboration and outsourcing, have the largest effect on innovation outcomes.
Organisational HRM changes , Innovation , Treatment effects
Bourke, J. and Crowley, F. (2016) 'Which organisational changes are most beneficial for firm innovation?', Economics and Business Letters, 5(4), pp. 152-158. Available at: https://reunido.uniovi.es/index.php/EBL/article/view/11244 (Accessed: 3 January 2023)
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