Human resource management, Management, Human resources, Knowledge management and Competitive advantage are his primary areas of study. Jaap Paauwe has included themes like Job performance, Multinational corporation, Industrial organization and Public relations in his Human resource management study. His Management study combines topics in areas such as Added value, Marketing and Perception.
His work in Human resources covers topics such as Line management which are related to areas like Industrial relations, Flexibility, Industrial and organizational psychology and Competence. His Knowledge management research incorporates elements of Interpersonal relationship and Operations management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Construct and Rationality.
His primary scientific interests are in Human resource management, Knowledge management, Management, Human resources and Health care. In his study, Legislation is strongly linked to Industrial relations, which falls under the umbrella field of Human resource management. His work on Organizational performance as part of general Knowledge management research is frequently linked to Context, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His work in Management is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Added value. His study in Health care intersects with areas of studies such as Content analysis and Qualitative research. His Public administration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Tourism and Institutionalisation.
Jaap Paauwe mostly deals with Knowledge management, Health care, Marketing, Human resources and Human resource management. His work on Organizational performance as part of general Knowledge management research is frequently linked to Perspective, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. The concepts of his Health care study are interwoven with issues in Six Sigma and Lean manufacturing, Operations management.
When carried out as part of a general Marketing research project, his work on Talent management is frequently linked to work in Qualitative research, Survey data collection and Work engagement, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His work investigates the relationship between Human resources and topics such as Organizational culture that intersect with problems in Patient safety. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Human resource management and Contrast in his work.
Jaap Paauwe focuses on Knowledge management, Talent management, Health care, Marketing and Process. His study looks at the intersection of Knowledge management and topics like Empirical research with Human resource management. His Health care study deals with Operations management intersecting with Conceptual framework and Organizational performance.
His work on Competitor analysis is typically connected to Coopetition, Qualitative research and Economic shortage as part of general Marketing study, connecting several disciplines of science. His study in Process is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Case method, Perceived organizational support, Perception, Management information systems and National health service. His research investigates the connection between Case method and topics such as Quality management that intersect with issues in Psychological safety, Employee voice, Patient safety and Nursing.
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HRM and Performance: Achievements, Methodological Issues and Prospects
HRM and performance
Employee well-being and the HRM-organizational performance relationship: A review of quantitative studies
Karina Van De Voorde;Karina Van De Voorde;Jaap Paauwe;Marc Van Veldhoven.
HRM and performance: What's next?
Jaap Paauwe;Paul Boselie.
Talent management: Current theories and future research directions
Akram Al Ariss;Wayne F. Cascio;Jaap Paauwe.
Performance management: A model and research agenda
Deanne N. Den Hartog;Paul Boselie;Jaap Paauwe.
Challenging ‘strategic HRM’ and the relevance of the institutional setting
Jaap Paauwe;Paul Boselie.
The relationship between perceptions of HR practices and employee outcomes: examining the role of person-organisation and person-job fit
Corine Boon;Deanne N. Den Hartog;Paul Boselie;Jaap Paauwe.
Human resource management and performance: Lessons from the Netherlands
Paul Boselie;Jaap Paauwe;Paul Jansen.
HRM and Performance: Achievements and Challenges
J. Paauwe;David Guest;Patrick M. Wright.
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