Apr 10, 2024 | business and economy

About this episode

Businesses today exist in a changing world, which brings both opportunities for growth and increasingly complex challenges. To survive and thrive, organisations need a robust understanding of HR management. In their research, Professor Xiaobei Li and her colleagues at various universities, including University of New South Wales, Arizona State University and Peking University, recently explored how organisations can motivate their staff to ensure high-quality performance. More

Original Article Reference

This Audio is a summary of the papers: ‘Performance-based rewards and innovative behaviours’ in Human Resource Management; ‘Human Resource Practices and Firm Performance in China: The Moderating Roles of Regional Human Capital Quality and Firm Innovation Strategy’ in Management and Organization Review; and ‘Paradoxical Leader Behaviours in People Management: Antecedents and Consequences’ in Academy of Management Journal.


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