Routines as a perspective for HR-professionals: Diversity as a driver for routines

Robert J. Blomme, Xander D. Lub

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This chapter examines how organizational behaviour is rooted in routines and habits. Using insights from sociology and cognitive psychology, the authors develop a framework which addresses the influence of the broader environment on organizational behaviour, including societal and generational developments, over time is discussed. The chapter argues that these broader environmental developments exert a greater influence on organizational behaviour than many managers and HR-professionals realize. To assist these professionals, the authors present three insights offering them a further understanding of organizational behaviour and how this may be affected by HR policies.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationHandbook of Research on Human Resources Strategies for the New Millennial Workforce
PublisherIGI-Global
Pages337-350
Number of pages14
ISBN (Electronic)9781522509509
ISBN (Print)9781522509486
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 17 Nov 2016

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Organizational behaviour
Sociology
Habit
Managers
Cognitive psychology

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Blomme, R. J., & Lub, X. D. (2016). Routines as a perspective for HR-professionals: Diversity as a driver for routines. In Handbook of Research on Human Resources Strategies for the New Millennial Workforce (pp. 337-350). IGI-Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-5225-0948-6.ch017
Blomme, Robert J. ; Lub, Xander D. / Routines as a perspective for HR-professionals : Diversity as a driver for routines. Handbook of Research on Human Resources Strategies for the New Millennial Workforce. IGI-Global, 2016. pp. 337-350
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