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Enpresaren estrategia konpetitiboa errendimendu handiko lan-sistemen faktore baldintzatzaile gisa

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  • Lertxundi Lertxundi, Aitziber

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Lan honen helburua enpresaren estrategia konpetitiboak Errendimendu Altuko Lan-Sistemen (EALS) ezarpenean zeresanik izan dezakeen aztertzea da, hau da, sistema hauen ezarpenean faktore baldintzatzaile bezala jokatu dezakeen edo ez analizatzea. Giza Baliabideen Zuzendaritza Estrategikoaren esparruan ikerketa asko egin dira “praktika onenen” potentzialtasunean estrategia konpetitiboaren jokaera aztertu dutenak, zehazki, Giza Baliabideen Zuzendaritza-Errendimendua binomioan duen eragina ikertu dutenak. Baina hauetan batez ere bere izaera moderatzailea aztertu da ikuspegi kontingentean oinarrituz. Izaera baldintzatzaile hau aztertzeko helburuarekin, lehenik eta behin literaturaren azterketa egiten dugu. Giza Baliabideen Zuzendaritza eta estrategia konpetitiboen arteko harremana lant zen duten ereduak berrikusten ditugu eta estrategia hauek EALS-kin erlazionat zen dituzten lanak ere kontutan hartzen dira. Ondoren, eta bereziki Porter-ek (1985) proposatutako estrategia konpetitiboei buruzko tipologian oinarritzen den eredua aztertuz, bertatik eratortzen diren konklusioak proposatzen dira. Horrez gain, aurrera begira EALS-n ikerketa ildo honetan sakondu beharko liratekeen urratsak proposatzen dira.

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  • Lertxundi Lertxundi, Aitziber, 2009. "Enpresaren estrategia konpetitiboa errendimendu handiko lan-sistemen faktore baldintzatzaile gisa," Revista de Dirección y Administración de Empresas, Universidad del País Vasco - Escuela Universitaria de Estudios Empresariales de San Sebastián.
  • Handle: RePEc:ehu:rdadme:9750
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    Keywords

    giza baliabideen zuzendaritza; estrategia konpetitiboa; errendimendu altuko lan-sistemak; praktika onenak;

    JEL classification:

    • M12 - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting; Personnel Economics - - Business Administration - - - Personnel Management; Executives; Executive Compensation
    • M50 - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting; Personnel Economics - - Personnel Economics - - - General
    • M51 - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting; Personnel Economics - - Personnel Economics - - - Firm Employment Decisions; Promotions

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