Organizational agility and HRM strategy: Do they really enhance firms' competitiveness?

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International Journal of Organizational Leadership, ISSN: 2383-1103, Vol: 6, Issue: 3, Page: 323-334

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Saha, Nibedita; Gregar, Aleš; Sáha, Petr
Journals Industrial Management Institute (AIMI)
Competitive Advantage; Effectiveness; Human Resource Management; OrganizationaAl gility
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This article intended to emphasize and explicate the conceptual framework of organizational agility that discusses organizational spirit, capability, flexibility, nimbleness, and speediness. Whereas, the key activities of HR specialists involved in operational matters are progressively observed as a source of competitive advantage in today's severely competitive and fast changing markets. Similarly, it has been a competitive marketplace expansion; thus, nowadays, the situation is really difficult to enhance sustainable growth for the firms' side. Hence, the purpose of this article is to reveal that HR strategy enables organizations or firms to understand the value of internal and external customers, knowledge of competitors, products, technology, and sources of competitive advantage. It is all important to ascertain that the success of a business is founded along the belief that an organization achieve competitive advantage by making use of its people adequately and efficiently. Therefore, this article exemplifies some research propositions that how firms can respond rapidly and flexibly to the changing environment without facing market turbulence. Following this, the research aims to understand whether organizational agility and value of HR can really create a difference and influence on business performance. Finally, the result of this study highlights the importance of organizational agility and human resource's effectiveness which have an influence on enhancing organizational performance and competitive abilities. (C) AIMI Journals