Does HRM really matter in bringing about strategic change? Comparative action research in ten European steel firms
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- Ananthram, Subramaniam & Chan, Christopher, 2013. "Challenges and strategies for global human resource executives: Perspectives from Canada and the United States," European Management Journal, Elsevier, pages 223-233.
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KeywordsHuman resources management Strategic change management Communication; rhetoric and trust building European steel industry;
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