In this PrOPEL Hub and Interact video, Professor Colin Lindsay is joined by Dr Paula Apascaritei & Professor Marta Elvira from IESE Business School, who explain how to apply the knowledge and research evidence on dynamic capabilities to HRM to positively impact employee well-being and performance
Dynamic capabilities represent a debated academic topic: researchers disagree on capabilities’ definition, characteristics and boundaries. However, there is much less disagreement about their existence: intuitively, we know that some organizations are simply better than others, despite being very similar on observable characteristics.
In this video, Dr Paula Apascaritei & Professor Marta Elvira from IESE Business School explain how to apply the knowledge and research evidence on dynamic capabilities to HRM by defining ‘HRM dynamic capabilities’ and the mechanisms by which they affect organizational resources and practices, employee well-being and performance. They propose that researching and understanding HRM dynamic capabilities can help organizations navigate uncertainty and prepare their workforce for the challenges that are already in our midst: from labour shortages and hybrid work models to environmental uncertainties such as inequality, sustainability and artificial intelligence.
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