The engaged organization: Human Capital, Social Capital, Green Capital and Labor Productivity
Delmas, Magali; Pekovic, Sanja (2013-08), The engaged organization: Human Capital, Social Capital, Green Capital and Labor Productivity, in Toombs, Leslie, Academy of Management. Annual Meeting Proceedings 2013, Academy of Management : Birmingham, p. 33 p.. http://dx.doi.org/10.5465/AMBPP.2013.168
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Conference title73rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management - AOM 2013 Annual Meeting
Conference cityOrlando, FL
Book titleAcademy of Management. Annual Meeting Proceedings 2013
Book authorToombs, Leslie
Series titleAcademy of Management Proceedings
Number of pages111-116
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Abstract (EN)In both the strategy and human resource management literatures, there has been growing interest in understanding how human resource systems contribute to organizational effectiveness. However, cross-fertilization of these literatures has been limited. In this study, we examine how sources of human capital beyond the functional area of human resources can contribute to the firm’s performance. This paper argues that the interaction seen in engaged organizations of human capital with social and green forms of capital is associated with higher labor productivity. We develop a comprehensive model of intellectual capital management, which reveals the importance of both individual and firm level perspectives. Financial participation, interpersonal relations, inter-organizational relations, and environmental practices are shown to contribute to work systems in ways that positively affect organizational performance. We confirm our model with the analysis of 5,210 responses from a survey of French firms.
Subjects / Keywordslabor productivity; social capital; green capital; human capital; intellectual capital
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