Prácticas de recursos humanos de alto rendimiento y aprendizaje organizativo. Efectos sobre los resultados empresariales

Susana Pérez López, José Manuel Montes Peón

Resumen


En el presente trabajo se analiza la relación existente entre las prácticas de recursos humanos de alto rendimiento, el aprendizaje organizativo y los resultados empresariales. Las hipótesis planteadas se contrastan sobre una muestra de 195 empresas españolas mayores de 200 trabajadores. Los resultados indican que los sistemas de recursos humanos de alto rendimiento generan una mejora indirecta del rendimiento empresarial, a través del aprendizaje organizativo, si bien esta mejora no se constata de forma directa. Por tanto, se puede concluir que las prácticas de gestión de recursos humanos de alto rendimiento no constituyen por si mismas una fuente de ventaja competitiva, sino que ello va a depender de su capacidad para incentivar a los trabajadores a poner en práctica su conocimiento.


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Prácticas de recursos humanos de alto rendimiento, aprendizaje organizativo, resultados empresariales.

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