An Exploratory Study of SHRM Practices in Developing Countries: A Case of Public Sector Organization GSP - With Reference to John Mcauley's Perspectives
Interdisciplinary Journal of Contemporary Research in Business, Vol. 2, No. 11, 2011
27 Pages Posted: 11 Apr 2011 Last revised: 5 Mar 2021
Date Written: March 31, 2011
In writing this case on GSP (Geological Survey of Pakistan), we conducted ten in depth interviews at GSP using seven perspectives framework of John McAuley, so that the progression of thoughts and flow of ideas should be in a logical, coherent and consistent fashion for the vivid and clear picture of GSP Case. This paper explores the issues of SHRM practices in the context of Public sector organization GSP using MCAULEY S PERSPECTIVES APPROACH namely 1- A Modernist Perspective 2- A Neo-Modernist Perspective 3, A New-Wave Perspective 4-Postmodern Perspective 5- A Reflective Perspective 6- A Critical Theory And Psychoanalytical Perspective 7- A Managerial Perspective. Reports the strategic issues confronting GSP as well as evidence generated from the case reveal that SHRM practices are totally neglected at GSP. After discussing dark side, recommends, suggestions for future.
Keywords: Exploratory Study , SHRM practices , Developing Countries, Case , Public Sector Organization, John McAuley s Perspectives
JEL Classification: M10
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