Social Networks as a Resource for the Increase of Commitment and Leadership – A Theoretical Approach
19 Pages Posted: 11 Aug 2011 Last revised: 10 Oct 2011
Date Written: August 11, 2011
Human Resources consistently evolved to adapt to new competitive situation. Currently another change is imminent and there are several options at hand. One potential step is stated in this paper. In combination with research in social networks human resources can become more involved into the organization as a broker. Through this broker role it will be possible to support expand the commitment and the leadership in the organization. In this paper the interrelation will be analyzed on a theoretical base and it will a model will be developed that captures the brokerage possibility of the Human Resource department. Furthermore research possibilities are stated to analyze the conceptional theory.
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Keywords: social networks, commitment, leadership
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