The organized human capital is the process of human capital such as knowledge, skills, ability at individual level aggregating and transforming to human resources at organizational level, which makes the organized human capital have the unique imprint of organizations with characteristics of inimitability, non-substitutability and dynamic alignment based on the specific strategic goals of organizations. It may become the important source of organizational competitive advantages and make contributions to strategic objectives achievement and value appreciation. Based on sorting out the contributions of economics, psychology, education and management to the development of human capital theory, it systematically summarizes the theoretical framework and core views of organized human capital resources management, places emphasis on the analysis of the role of human capital in revealing strategic human resources management and the "black box" mechanism in the improvement of organizational performance, focuses on the construction of organized human capital pool and strategic matching & redundancy mechanisms, as well as the emergence of human capital resources and the transformation & formation processes of organized human capital resources, and epitomizes research implications & future research directions.
A Literature Review of Organized Human Capital and Prospects: A Perspective of Strategic Management
Foreign Economics & Management Vol. 39, Issue 01, pp. 42 - 55 (2017) DOI:10.16538/j.cnki.fem.2017.01.004
Cite this article
Li Xinjian, Li Yi, Wei Haibo. A Literature Review of Organized Human Capital and Prospects: A Perspective of Strategic Management[J]. Foreign Economics & Management, 2017, 39(1): 42–55.