Siinviidatu leidis oma koha peamiselt kahel põhjusel: (1) tekst on kasulik kõikidele organisatsioonist, inimeste juhtimisest ja kestlikust arengust huvitatutele ning (2) tudengitele-uurijatele kirjandusülevaate koostamiseks ideede ammutamiseks.
Since the seminal works of Beer et al. (1984) and Fombrun et al. (1984), many studies have been taken that are concerned with the effect of human resource management (HRM) or strategic human resource management (SHRM) on economic benefits, productivity and efficiency (e.g. Wright and MacMahan, 1992; Huselid, 1995; Jiang et al., 2012; Jackson et al., 2014; Boxall et al., 2016). As a result, the field of HRM has established itself as one of the essential pillars of strategic management, and today, academia and industry unanimously agree about HR’s role as a strategic business partner (Bahuguna et al., 2009).
Rohelise mõtteviisiks ja arenguteks organisatsioonides tuleb mõelda ning tegutseda süsteemselt:
They need to include social and environmental objectives in their economic goals, position themselves as change agents (Aguilera et al., 2007) and participate in sustainable development (a development that seeks balance between needs of the present generation as well as the future generations, World Commission on Environment and Development. Report, 1987) agenda of the governments.
Business sustainability means adopting a triple bottom line perspective that focuses on an organization’s environmental, social and economic performance to keep business going (CIPD, 2012; Colbert and Kurucz, 2007; Elkington, 1998; Tiwari, 2015). In the words of Wales (2013), “Sustainable growth encompasses a business model that creates value consistent with the long term preservation and enhancement of financial, environmental and social capital.”
Furthermore, the review contributes to the GHRM literature by identifying the keywords (GHRM, sustainability, environmental management, performance) that constitute the core area of GHRM research and provide new and likely directions for future research. […] The paper helps HR professionals, line managers and top management make informed decisions regarding designing an HR architecture that enhances people’s abilities, motivates them and creates a supportive culture that enables them to exhibit strategy appropriate desired behaviour.
Bahuguna, P. C., Srivastava, R., & Tiwari, S. (2022). Two-decade journey of green human resource management research: a bibliometric analysis. Benchmarking: An International Journal.