David Lepak
David Lepak
Unviersity of Massachusetts Amherst
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The human resource architecture: Toward a theory of human capital allocation and development
DP Lepak, SA Snell
Academy of management review 24 (1), 31-48, 1999
35811999
Human resource management, manufacturing strategy, and firm performance
MA Youndt, SA Snell, JW Dean Jr, DP Lepak
Academy of management Journal 39 (4), 836-866, 1996
33501996
Examining the human resource architecture: The relationships among human capital, employment, and human resource configurations
DP Lepak, SA Snell
Journal of management 28 (4), 517-543, 2002
16582002
How does human resource management influence organizational outcomes? A meta-analytic investigation of mediating mechanisms
K Jiang, DP Lepak, J Hu, JC Baer
Academy of management Journal 55 (6), 1264-1294, 2012
14742012
Value creation and value capture: A multilevel perspective
DP Lepak, KG Smith, MS Taylor
Academy of management review 32 (1), 180-194, 2007
14322007
Employee attributions of the “why” of HR practices: Their effects on employee attitudes and behaviors, and customer satisfaction
LH Nishii, DP Lepak, B Schneider
Personnel psychology 61 (3), 503-545, 2008
12182008
A conceptual review of human resource management systems in strategic human resource management research
DP Lepak, H Liao, Y Chung, EE Harden
Research in personnel and human resources management 25 (1), 217-271, 2006
10302006
An empirical examination of the mechanisms mediating between high-performance work systems and the performance of Japanese organizations.
R Takeuchi, DP Lepak, H Wang, K Takeuchi
Journal of Applied psychology 92 (4), 1069, 2007
8762007
Do they see eye to eye? Management and employee perspectives of high-performance work systems and influence processes on service quality.
H Liao, K Toya, DP Lepak, Y Hong
Journal of applied psychology 94 (2), 371, 2009
8602009
THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS OF A SOCIAL SYSTEM: CROSS‐LEVEL EFFECTS OF HIGH‐PERFORMANCE WORK SYSTEMS ON EMPLOYEES’ATTITUDES
R Takeuchi, G Chen, DP Lepak
Personnel psychology 62 (1), 1-29, 2009
6642009
Virtual HR: Strategic human resource management in the 21st century
DP Lepak, SA Snell
Human resource management review 8 (3), 215-234, 1998
6431998
Unlocking the black box: Exploring the link between high-performance work systems and performance.
JG Messersmith, PC Patel, DP Lepak, JS Gould-Williams
Journal of applied psychology 96 (6), 1105, 2011
5422011
An integrative view of international experience
R Takeuchi, PE Tesluk, S Yun, DP Lepak
Academy of management Journal 48 (1), 85-100, 2005
4582005
Clarifying the construct of human resource systems: Relating human resource management to employee performance
K Jiang, DP Lepak, K Han, Y Hong, A Kim, AL Winkler
Human resource management review 22 (2), 73-85, 2012
4052012
Employment flexibility and firm performance: Examining the interaction effects of employment mode, environmental dynamism, and technological intensity
DP Lepak, R Takeuchi, SA Snell
Journal of Management 29 (5), 681-703, 2003
3992003
Walking the tightrope: An assessment of the relationship between high-performance work systems and organizational ambidexterity
PC Patel, JG Messersmith, DP Lepak
Academy of Management Journal 56 (5), 1420-1442, 2013
3452013
Resource-based perspectives on unit-level human capital: A review and integration
AJ Nyberg, TP Moliterno, D Hale Jr, DP Lepak
Journal of Management 40 (1), 316-346, 2014
3202014
The effect of company recruitment web site orientation on individuals’ perceptions of organizational attractiveness
IO Williamson, DP Lepak, J King
Journal of Vocational Behavior 63 (2), 242-263, 2003
2692003
Strategic HRM in North America: looking to the future
DP Lepak, JD Shaw
The International Journal of Human Resource Management 19 (8), 1486-1499, 2008
2562008
Virtual HR: The impact of information technology on the human resource professional
SD Gardner, DP Lepak, KM Bartol
Journal of Vocational Behavior 63 (2), 159-179, 2003
2222003
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