Estrategia de negocio, gestión de recursos humanos y desempeño organizacional

  • Carmen Berenice Ynzunza Cortés Universidad Tecnológica de Querétaro
  • Juan Manuel Izar Landeta Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí
Palabras clave: estrategia, gestión, recurso humano, desempeño, prácticas, PyME

Resumen

Dentro del enfoque estratégico organizacional, en los últimos años se ha enfatizado el papel de los recursos humanos en el establecimiento de la estrategia competitiva, el crecimiento organizacional y la creación de valor. Por ello, el presente estudio busca explorar el vínculo entre la estrategia de negocio, las prácticas de gestión de recursos humanos (GRH) y el desempeño organizacional, en una muestra de PyME del sector de manufactura del estado de Querétaro. Los resultados muestran que existen diferencias en las prácticas de GRH en función de la estrategia de negocio adoptada, los valores más altos se encontraron en estrategias
prospectoras y analizadoras. Igualmente, se halla que estas estrategias y prácticas están relacionadas positivamente e inciden de manera significativa en el desempeño organizacional. Se concluye que implementar las mismas es importante para crear y mantener el capital humano que permita obtener un mejor desempeño y alcanzar una ventaja competitiva.

Biografía del autor/a

Carmen Berenice Ynzunza Cortés, Universidad Tecnológica de Querétaro
División Industrial
Juan Manuel Izar Landeta, Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí
Facultad de Ingeniería

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Publicado
2016-12-31
Sección
Artículos de Investigación