His primary scientific interests are in Human resource management, Human resources, Strategic human resource planning, Operations management and Knowledge management. His Human resource management study also includes fields such as
His Strategic human resource planning research incorporates themes from Resource and Environmental resource management. His Resource study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cybernetics, Institutional theory and Field. He has included themes like Level of analysis and Organizational behavior in his Knowledge management study.
His primary areas of investigation include Human resources, Knowledge management, Human resource management, Strategic human resource planning and Management. His research on Human resources also deals with topics like
The study incorporates disciplines such as Organizational effectiveness, Resource management, Operations management, Organizational behavior and human resources and Resource-based view in addition to Human resource management. His work carried out in the field of Strategic human resource planning brings together such families of science as Resource, Organizational performance, Field and Environmental resource management. As part of the same scientific family, Patrick M. Wright usually focuses on Management, concentrating on Public relations and intersecting with Variety and Value.
Patrick M. Wright mostly deals with Knowledge management, Human capital, Human resources, Public relations and Strategic human resource planning. Patrick M. Wright is studying Human resource management, which is a component of Knowledge management. In his research on the topic of Human resource management, Social psychology is strongly related with Content validity.
His Human resources study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Free will, Marketing, Competitive advantage and Value. His studies deal with areas such as Management and Organizational theory as well as Public relations. His study in Strategic human resource planning is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Organizational performance, Business leadership and Field.
Human capital, Human resources, Knowledge management, Social psychology and Public relations are his primary areas of study. His work in Human resources addresses issues such as Competitive advantage, which are connected to fields such as Face, Multinational corporation and Best practice. His work on Strategic human resource planning as part of his general Knowledge management study is frequently connected to Measure, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His Strategic human resource planning research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Field and Flexibility. While the research belongs to areas of Public relations, he spends his time largely on the problem of Organizational theory, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Value. His study focuses on the intersection of Bridge and fields such as Strategic planning with connections in the field of Human resource management.
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Theoretical Perspectives for Strategic Human Resource Management
Patrick M. Wright;Gary C. McMahan.
Journal of Management (1992)
Corporate Social Responsibility: Strategic Implications*
Abagail McWilliams;Donald S. Siegel;Patrick M. Wright.
Journal of Management Studies (2006)
Human resources and the resource based view of the firm
Patrick M. Wright;Benjamin B. Dunford;Scott A. Snell.
Journal of Management (2001)
On becoming a strategic partner: The role of human resources in gaining competitive advantage
Jay B. Barney;Patrick M. Wright.
Human Resource Management (1998)
Human resources and sustained competitive advantage: a resource-based perspective
Patrick M. Wright;Gary C. McMahan;Abagail McWilliams.
International Journal of Human Resource Management (1994)
Toward a Unifying Framework for Exploring Fit and Flexibility in Strategic Human Resource Management
Patrick M. Wright;Scott A. Snell.
Academy of Management Review (1998)
HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND LABOR PRODUCTIVITY: DOES INDUSTRY MATTER?
Deepak K. Datta;James P. Guthrie;Patrick M. Wright.
Academy of Management Journal (2005)
Desegregating HRM: A Review and Synthesis of Micro and Macro Human Resource Management Research
Patrick M. Wright;Wendy R. Boswell.
Journal of Management (2002)
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HR PRACTICES AND FIRM PERFORMANCE: EXAMINING CAUSAL ORDER
Patrick M. Wright;Timothy M. Gardner;Lisa M. Moynihan;Mathew R. Allen.
Personnel Psychology (2005)
The Impact of High-Performance Human Resource Practices on Employees’ Attitudes and Behaviors
Rebecca R. Kehoe;Patrick M. Wright.
Journal of Management (2013)
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