International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 3, Part A (2015)
A study on the relationship between human resource practices and company performance
Jahnavi KN and Dr. Atul Kumar Verma
A turbulent business environment, highly demanding customers, formidable competitors, technological innovations, shortening product life cycles and low barriers to entry, have forced organizations to put a higher emphasis on learning. Organizations are becoming more fluid, facilitating networks of customers, suppliers and business partners. Boundaries of organizations are becoming blurred and departmental barriers are fading. Corporations are becoming flatter and leaner. Empowerment is replacing power and revolutionary change is swapping with incremental change. The companies now have to find and retain their positions not only in local or national market but also have to explore markets worldwide. To survive, prosper and succeed in current business environment, the organizations have to be proactive instead of being reactive. The need of the hour is to think the unthinkable, try what seems to be impossible, put your best to bring forth novel ideas and then implement them to revolutionize the world.
How to cite this article:
Jahnavi KN, Dr. Atul Kumar Verma. A study on the relationship between human resource practices and company performance. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(3):41-43.