|HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES, ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE, AND THE MEASUREMENT OF EFFECTIVENESS|
|Written by LUMINITA IONESCU|
|ABSTRACT. Densten and Gray claim that organizational viability depends on leaders maintaining the integrity and reliability of internal systems while adapting to the external environment. Marinova claims that organizational culture is an important factor predicting organizational effectiveness by inducing employees to behave effectively. Cloke and Goldsmith say that all forms of managing of people’s work hinder their responsibility, creativity, flexibility, effectiveness, and growth.|
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