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Boxall's Critical Analysis Essay

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The paper critically analyses Boxall's theory on High Performance Work Practices

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Economy Human resource management Business Manufacturing Process management Technology Organizational behavior Industrial and organizational psychology Employee voice Lean manufacturing Human resources Organizational culture Peter Boxall
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Economy Human resource management Business Manufacturing Process management Technology Organizational behavior Industrial and organizational psychology Employee voice Lean manufacturing Human resources Organizational culture Peter Boxall
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In this article, we dissect this fuzzy notion and examine its companion terminology: high-involvement work systems and high-commitment management. We argue that a focus on the high-involvement stream usefully grounds HPWS studies in an important area of workplace change in the current context and takes us away from eclectic and contentious selections of ‘best practices’. We review research models and ndings in this stream. The path to better research lies in exam...
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