Tech Development through HRM: Driving Innovation with Knowledge-Based Cultures

Mert Gürlek
University School of Tourism and Hotel Management, Turkey


Product Details
Format:
Paperback
ISBN:
9781800433151
Published:
06 Aug 2020
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
168 pages - 129 x 198mm
Series:
Emerald Points
In today's digital world, and particularly in technology firms operating in emerging markets, innovation is key to establishing a sustainable competitive advantage. Unfortunately, the received management wisdom from the industrial period is unable to provide guidance on how to drive that innovation. How can this be remedied in order to ensure that they remain competitive?

Here Mert Gürlek provides a new paradigm for the digital age, one that emphasizes the importance of building a knowledge-centered organizational culture and of implementing knowledge-oriented management practices. Using a novel combination of knowledge-management and human resource management (HRM) literatures, he outlines the sorts of knowledge-oriented HRM practices that lead to technological innovation. Testing his model on the technology firms operating in the Turkish Technology Development Zone, he shows how to knowledge-management and HRM can be integrated in order to drive innovation in any of the world's rapidly growing technology development zones.

Tech Development Through HRM is essential reading for researchers and students's of HRM and organisational studies, as well as for executives, managers, and HRM practitioners, themselves.

Chapter 1. Introduction 
Chapter 2. Nature of Knowledge 
Chapter 3. Knowledge Management 
Chapter 4. Knowledge Management and Human Resources Management 
Chapter 5. Knowledge-Centered Organizational Culture 
Chapter 6. Innovation Performance 
Chapter 7. Research Context: Technology Development Zones in Turkey 
Chapter 8. Knowledge Centered Organizational Culture - Innovation Performance Model 
Chapter 9. Testing the Developed Model 
Chapter 10. Discussion and Conclusion
Mert Gürlek is Assistant Professor at the Burdur Mehmet Akif Ersoy University, Turkey. His research interests include corporate social responsibility, innovation, HRM, knowledge management, and organizational culture.

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