Kirjandusülevaated on enamasti ikka väga kasulikud, ka neile, kes valdkonnas “kõrvuni” sees. Eriti kasulikud on need aga lugejale, kes alles teemasse siseneb aga ka tudengitele kasvõi kirjandusülevaate koostamisel ja metoodiliste valikute selgitamisel. Lisaks on organisatsiooni puudutavad küsimused nii inimeste juhtimise kui innovatsiooni ja arengu aspektist ilmselt midagi, mille vastu paljud võiksid huvi tunda.

Kontekstiks:

Potgieter and Mokomane (2020) argue that the strategic emphasis of a human resource management (HRM) department can be summarized as the effective management of teams and individuals in an organization aimed at competitive advantage and performance success.

Inimeste juhtimise ja innovatsiooni seosed muutuvad ikka olulisemaks:

Due to the recent transformation (such as digitization) of most organizations, HRM’s role in strategic management has become more important (Zhou et al., 2020), as these practices can provide tools for change and innovation and support strategic decision-making in organizations (Sheehan et al., 2016).

Tõsine sedastus:

According to Mesko et al. (2018), 50% of all current jobs will be outdated in the next two decades.

Eelkäijatest:

Seeck and Diehl (2017) were the first and so far only scholars to systematize the theme of innovation in HRM, identifying 35 empirical studies linking HRM and innovation over 25 years (1990–2015). The results indicate the importance of the relationship: HRM practices implemented by organizations have a positive effect on innovation.

Autorid küsivad:

What constitutes innovation in HRM? What theories support research on innovation in HRM?

Täpsustused varasemale teadmusele:

This study identified, along with the four direct clusters around the core areas in strategic HRM, 15 themes/subareas of interest: proactivity, innovation in services, factors of influence in HRM, HR subsystems, knowledge management in HRM, organizational performance, HRM practices, learning capacity, impact on the organizational climate, impact on entrepreneurship, leadership, factors of organizational growth, impact on the organizational climate, project management and sustainable business models.

 

Jotabá, M. N., Fernandes, C. I., Gunkel, M., & Kraus, S. (2022). Innovation and human resource management: a systematic literature review. European Journal of Innovation Management.