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Tamer K Darwish
Tamer K Darwish
Professor of HRM
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Measuring organizational performance: A case for subjective measures
S Singh, TK Darwish, K Potočnik
British journal of management 27 (1), 214-224, 2016
5652016
Corporate Governance and Tobin's Q as a Measure of Organizational Performance
S Singh, N Tabassum, TK Darwish, G Batsakis
British journal of management 29 (1), 171-190, 2018
3762018
Measuring HRM and organisational performance: concepts, issues, and framework
S Singh, TK Darwish, AC Costa, N Anderson
Management decision 50 (4), 651-667, 2012
1332012
The role of strategic HR practices in organisational effectiveness: an empirical investigation in the country of Jordan
TK Darwish, S Singh, AF Mohamed
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (17), 3343-3362, 2013
1292013
Organizational learning of absorptive capacity and innovation: does leadership matter?
TK Darwish, J Zeng, M Rezaei Zadeh, W Haak‐Saheem
European Management Review 17 (1), 83-100, 2020
1032020
The impact of human resource practices on actual and perceived organizational performance in a Middle Eastern emerging market
TK Darwish, S Singh, G Wood
Human Resource Management 55 (2), 261-281, 2016
992016
Strategic HRM and Performance: Theory and Practice
TK Darwish
CSP, 2013
802013
Does strategic human resource involvement and devolvement enhance organisational performance? Evidence from Jordan
T Khalil Darwish, S Singh
International Journal of Manpower 34 (6), 674-692, 2013
742013
Human resource management and organisational performance: The mediating role of social exchange
T Mohammad, TK Darwish, S Singh, O Khassawneh
European Management Review 18 (1), 125-136, 2021
662021
International human resource management in the Arab Gulf States–an institutional perspective
W Haak-Saheem, M Festing, TK Darwish
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 28 (18), 2684-2712, 2017
642017
Talent management in the public sector: empirical evidence from the Emerging Economy of Dubai
H Al Jawali, TK Darwish, H Scullion, W Haak-Saheem
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 33 (11), 2256-2284, 2022
632022
Antecedents of absorptive capacity: A new model for developing learning processes
M Rezaei-Zadeh, TK Darwish
The Learning Organization 23 (1), 77-91, 2016
592016
An analysis of recruitment, training and retention practices in domestic and multinational enterprises in the country of Brunei Darussalam
AF Mohamed, S Singh, Z Irani, TK Darwish
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (10), 2054-2081, 2013
592013
A comparative study of performance appraisals, incentives and rewards practices in domestic and multinational enterprises in the country of Brunei Darussalam
S Singh, AF Mohamed, T Darwish
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 24 (19), 3577-3598, 2013
412013
Institutions, complementarity, human resource management and performance in a South-East Asian Petrostate: the case of Brunei
S Singh, TK Darwish, G Wood, AF Mohamed
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 28 (18), 2538-2569, 2017
392017
The role of knowledge management in creating a culture of learning: The case of Dubai Municipality
W Haak-Saheem, T K. Darwish
Management Decision 52 (9), 1611-1629, 2014
392014
HRM and knowledge-transfer: a micro analysis in a Middle Eastern emerging market
W Haak-Saheem, TK Darwish, AD Al-Nasser
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 28 (19), 2762-2791, 2017
352017
Strategic intent, high-performance HRM, and the role of the HR director: an investigation into attitudes and practices in the country of Jordan
S Singh, TK Darwish, N Anderson
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 23 (14), 3027-3044, 2012
332012
The Oxford handbook of contextual approaches to human resource management
E Parry, MJ Morley, C Brewster
Oxford University Press, 2021
282021
Processes underlying MNE subsidiary absorptive capacity: Evidence from emerging markets
J Zeng, KW Glaister, T Darwish
Management International Review 59, 949-979, 2019
272019
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