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Strategy and human resource management

Learning Outcomes
By the end of this chapter you should be able to:
● ● ● ● ● ● Define the term strategy. Describe and evaluate a range of approaches to strategy making. Analyse links between different approaches to strategy and human resource management (HRM). Understand the significance of strategic integration to explore links between strategy and HRM and its multi-dimensional nature. Analyse the resource-based view of the organisation and describe key concepts related to this approach. Describe and evaluate links between resource-based theory and HRM.

Millmore et al., Strategic Human Resource Management: Contemporary Issues, 1st Edition © Pearson Education Limited 2007

2 Figure 1..1 Mapping the strategy and human resource management territory: a summary diagram of the chapter content Millmore et al. 1st Edition © Pearson Education Limited 2007 .Slide 1. Strategic Human Resource Management: Contemporary Issues.

Slide 1.2 Strategic continuum from mostly deliberate to mostly emergent Millmore et al. Strategic Human Resource Management: Contemporary Issues. 1st Edition © Pearson Education Limited 2007 ..3 Figure 1.

Slide 1.3 Strands of strategic integration Millmore et al. Strategic Human Resource Management: Contemporary Issues.4 Figure 1.. 1st Edition © Pearson Education Limited 2007 .

4 Strands of strategic integration shown in a hierarchical relationship and related to external variables Millmore et al..5 Figure 1.Slide 1. 1st Edition © Pearson Education Limited 2007 . Strategic Human Resource Management: Contemporary Issues.

Slide 1.6 Figure 1.5 Resource-based approach to strategy Source: Developed from Grant (1991) Millmore et al. Strategic Human Resource Management: Contemporary Issues.. 1st Edition © Pearson Education Limited 2007 .