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Title: The Aspects of Strategic Human Resources Management And Their Role in Development Competitive Advantage
Other Titles: (An Applied Study on the Health Instruments Industry)
Authors: alamawi, aseel
Keywords: Strategic
Human
Resource
Management
Competitive
Advantage
Socialization
Training Practices
Human Resource
Behaviors
Issue Date: 10-Oct-2016
Abstract: Intense global competition and swiftness of changes emphasize the importance of human capital within organizations, as well as the rapidity and ways of knowledge-gaining of that capital. This research investigates the role of aspects of Strategic Human Resources Management (SHRM) in the Basher Health Instruments Industry, and their being potential sources of creating company competitive advantage. The analysis is based on a case study of Siksik and Isleem the cooperative relationships formed by the company in response to the increasingly dynamic and competitive environment. After conducting the necessary tests and examinations ,Siksik and Isleem proved to be amongst those organizations that are aware of the fact that human resources do make a difference in the performance of the organization. These organizations acknowledge the significance of their employees in making a difference in their companies and providing the essential ingredient for its competitive advantage through SHRM. Accordingly, it was evident that a good fit within the organization can lead to several positive benefits. People are more committed to their organizations, more satisfied with their jobs, and earn more than people who don’t learn to fit in with their organizations .Furthermore, people who are well socialized, trained and content with the organization they work in are less likely to quit their jobs and more likely to build successful careers within the organization. The extent to which both organizational and individual socialization, training and human behavior processes support a good person-organization fit will define the extent to which that individual has been successfully integrated within the company and hence considered a source of competitive advantage.
Description: Intense global competition and swiftness of changes emphasize the importance of human capital within organizations, as well as the rapidity and ways of knowledge-gaining of that capital. This research investigates the role of aspects of Strategic Human Resources Management (SHRM) in the Basher Health Instruments Industry, and their being potential sources of creating company competitive advantage. The analysis is based on a case study of Siksik and Isleem the cooperative relationships formed by the company in response to the increasingly dynamic and competitive environment. After conducting the necessary tests and examinations ,Siksik and Isleem proved to be amongst those organizations that are aware of the fact that human resources do make a difference in the performance of the organization. These organizations acknowledge the significance of their employees in making a difference in their companies and providing the essential ingredient for its competitive advantage through SHRM. Accordingly, it was evident that a good fit within the organization can lead to several positive benefits. People are more committed to their organizations, more satisfied with their jobs, and earn more than people who don’t learn to fit in with their organizations .Furthermore, people who are well socialized, trained and content with the organization they work in are less likely to quit their jobs and more likely to build successful careers within the organization. The extent to which both organizational and individual socialization, training and human behavior processes support a good person-organization fit will define the extent to which that individual has been successfully integrated within the company and hence considered a source of competitive advantage.
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