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Evaluating Strategic Fit in Professional Service Firms

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Policy fit is a central plank of much of the prescriptive and strategic HR literature because of the assumed performance benefits deriving from it (Guest, 1997: 264-266). Fit refers to the alignment of organisational policies with the requirements of the environment and alignment of second order policies, such as human resources, with the goals and strategy of the organisation to facilitate their implementation (Jackson and Schuler, 1995). In addition, there is assumed to be a cumulative and ...

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Tim Morris More by this author
Ashly Pinnington More by this author
Publication date:
1998
URN:
uuid:50ca02d5-6e7c-4f45-8d2e-42fe19b0b664
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oai:eureka.sbs.ox.ac.uk:1059

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