Strategic Human Resource Management: Alternative Theoretical Frameworks

November 30, 1993
This article by Patrick M. Wright and Gary C. McMahan attempts to further the theoretical development of SHRM through discussing six theoretical models (behavioral perspective, cybernetic models, agency/transaction cost theory, resource-based view of the firm, power/resource dependence models, and institutional theory) that are useful for understanding both strategic and non-strategic determinants of HR practices.

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