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Study on Relationships among High-performance Work Practices System, Quality Management Practices and Organizational Learning



Liping Shi, Liming Sheng and Qiang Liu
 
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Establish theoretical analysis framework of relationships among environment dynamic, high-performance work practical system, quality management practices and organizational learning, use SEM method to carry out empirical analysis of the established theoretical framework. Empirical results show that environment dynamic is conducive to high-performance work practices system, job rotation has not significantly positive effect on product design, process management, statistical control and feedback, job rotation contribute to soft elements of quality management practices. Staff training and inter-departmental communication are conducive to promote soft elements and hard elements of quality management practices. Leadership attention, employee involvement and customer focus have significantly positive effect on organizational learning, supplier relationships, product design, statistical control and feedback, process management have not significantly positive effects on organizational learning.

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Liping Shi, Liming Sheng and Qiang Liu, 2013. Study on Relationships among High-performance Work Practices System, Quality Management Practices and Organizational Learning. Journal of Applied Sciences, 13: 3310-3314.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2013.3310.3314

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=jas.2013.3310.3314
 

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