5 edition of Resource Theory found in the catalog.
December 28, 1992
by Academic Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Uriel G. Foa (Editor), Jr., John Converse (Editor), Kjell Y. Tarnblom (Editor), Edna B. Foa (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||291|
In , John McCarthy and Mayer Zaldpublished a key paper outlining the ideas of resource mobilization theory. In their paper, McCarthy and Zald began by outlining terminology for their theory: social movement organizations (SMOs) are groups that advocate for social change, and a social movement industry (SMI) is a set of organizations which advocate for similar causes. Hrm unisa prescribed book contemporary issues in human resource management book 4th edition new book used once. No highlights or ble in fourways Report Ad. South african human resource management theory and practice. Johannesburg, Gauteng. R
The book shares the foundations of Resource Based Theory (RBT) and explicates the essential conditions that make resources and capabilities as sources of sustained competitive advantage. The four key resources identified are: culture, human resource practices, information technology, and trust. For each theory, the book provides a brief summary, a list of its component constructs, a more extended description and a network analysis to show its links with other theories in the book. It considers the role of theory in understanding behaviour change and its application to .
Similarly, the resource theory argues that the family member with the most power or aggregate value of resources (e.g., money, property, prestige, strength) in society, traditionally the male, commands higher power in the marital and family relationships than other members, namely, women and children who are in subordinate and vulnerable. In this 2nd edition of Foundations of Human Resource Development, the leading scholars in the field present the essential guidebook for the human resource development (HRD) profession. Drawing on an extensive, rigorous knowledge base, Swanson and Holton update their classic single volume compilation of the foundational materials of the profession. Their work is supplemented with .
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This is a pretty thorough overview of Resource Based Theory (RBT) and how it is used to explain superior firm performance - even though it is not a long book ( pages of text).
It looks at the basic theory, and RBT's relationship to organizational capabilities and by: The Handbook presents the basic tenets of the social resource theory originated from the late Uriel Foa and provides an authoritative agenda for the future developments of this theory.
Bratton and Gold have created an outstanding book in their thorough, insightful and contemporary analysis of human resource management that incorporates theory, evidence and practice. The scope of the text is impressively wide and the depth of its content is excellent.
– Associate Professor Angela Knox, University of Sydney, Australia5/5(7). Covering human social transactions from the interpersonal to the intercultural levels, the Handbook of Social Resource Theory extends this relevant line of study to enhance the work of social psychologists, sociologists, anthropologists, political scientists, and public policy makers.
Resource Theory of Organizations: /ch The resource theory of organizations is an influential theoretical framework for understanding how efficiency and effectiveness within organizations areAuthor: Petter Gottschalk, Hans Solli-Saether.
The notion of human resources as a general category for a variety of management related theories was originally proposed by Raymond Miles. Miles, R. Human relations or human resources.
Harvard Business Review, 43(4), – First and foremost, Miles’ human resource theories posits that all workers are reservoirs of untapped resources. Book July withReads How we measure 'reads' A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of.
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HUMAN RESOURCE THEORY: FROM HAWTHORNE EXPERIMENTS OF MAYO TO GROUPTHINK OF JANIS. Global Journal of Human Resource Management Vol.4, No.1, pp, February ___Published by European Centre for Research Training and Development UK () 95 ISSN (Print), ISSN (Online).
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Conservation of Resources Theory is a stress theory that describes the motivation that drives humans to both maintain their current resources and to pursue new resources.
This theory was proposed by Dr. Stevan E. Hobfoll in as a way to expand on the literature of stress as a construct. Hobfoll posited that psychological stress occurred in three a instances; when there was a threat of a loss of resources.
This is a book written for a UK market. It presents a wide variety of HR theories and practices, but it is limited in how well it actually explains the concepts. It seems to jump around a lot and does not give clear definitions of a lot of by: (October ) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Resource dependence theory (RDT) is the study of how the external resources of organizations affect the behavior of the organization.
The procurement of external resources is an important tenet of both the strategic and tactical management of any company. The Ultimate Resource is a book written by Julian Lincoln Simon challenging the notion that humanity was running out of natural resources.
It was revised in as The Ultimate Resource 2. The book unlocks the complexity of family decision making, enabling students to grasp both the concepts and the underlying explanations of family behavior.
A strong theory base and the organization of material within the decision-making process framework facilitate understanding and retention. Resource Theory. SAGE Books. Explore research monographs, classroom texts, and professional development titles. SAGE Business Cases. Discover the real world of business for best practices and professional success.
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His contributions to SAGE Publications's Encyclopedia of Governance () formed the basis of his contributions to Britannica. See Article History. Resource dependency theory, in sociology, the study of the impact of resource acquisition on organizational behaviour. Resource dependency theory is based on the principle that an organization, such as a business firm, must engage in transactions with other.
South African Human Resource Management focuses on the knowledge and skills that managers at all levels need. The authors integrate contemporary international research and implementation with a South African perspective.
This Handbook is an ideal resource for researchers, instructors, and graduate students in all these fields with an interest in social resource theory.” Edna B.
Foa. Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Pennsylvania “Uriel Foa () developed social resource theory in the s.This view let's you explore all of the available resources for chapters in A First Look at Communication Theory.
In some cases, you will see everything available, in others you will see a sample and then you can go to Resources by Theory for specific resources. resource. Human Resource Development: Theory and Practice encourages students and academics out of their comfort zones by offering the first comprehensive overview that encompasses all the constituent components of HRD, allowing the reader to clearly separate concepts within the field and provide a meaningful basis for detailed discussion and debate.