[We’re pleased to welcome authors Dr. Na Fu of the Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin; Professor Patrick Flood of Dublin City University; Professor Denise Rousseau of Carnegie Mellon University; and Professor Tim Morris of University of Oxford. They recently published an article in the Journal of Management entitled “Line Managers as Paradox Navigators in HRM Implementation: Balancing Consistency and Individual Responsiveness,” which is currently free to read for a limited time. Below, the team reflects on the inspiration for conducting this research:]
What motivated you to pursue this research?
People do not leave companies, they leave their managers. A lot of research has found evidence for the importance of leadership. This study is not focusing on the leadership of teams but on the paradoxical role that line managers take in implementing varied human resource management practice. It was…
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