Mapping the research landscape of strategic human resource management in nonprofit organizations : a systematic review and avenues for future research
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A decade after key theoretical developments in strategic human resource management (SHRM) in nonprofit organizations (NPOs), we still lack a comprehensive understanding of the disparate strands of empirical evidence. Furthermore, this growing field requires integration and synthesis of new themes and conceptual developments. Therefore, we conducted a systematic review of SHRM studies in NPOs published between 2008 and 2017. Our review of 74 articles synthesizes a fragmented body of research and maps out the relationships into a more integrated whole. By mapping the research landscape, we provide insights into the tensions NPOs face between external pressures and values, highlighting the underexplored role of managerial discretion in shaping NPOs’ differing responses. Our review expands the resource orientation to include a social capital dimension and identifies new empirical manifestations of human resource management (HRM) types. We offer avenues for research on content, process, outcomes of SHRM, and discuss how the interplay across key themes can inform the development of the field.
Baluch , A M & Ridder , H-G 2020 , ' Mapping the research landscape of strategic human resource management in nonprofit organizations : a systematic review and avenues for future research ' , Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly , vol. Online First . https://doi.org/10.1177/0899764020939653
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly
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