About this Research Project
To remain competitive, organisations need to embed a capacity to continuously improve workplace performance. Yet many workplaces do not foster a culture of organisational learning and development, and fail to develop practices that support and sustain high performance outcomes. This research theme will extend our understanding of high performance work practices and how they are embedded for sustained innovation and productivity improvement.
Throughout his academic career, the central question motivating Bill’s work has been how government policy and managerial practice shape the ways that employees work and what this means for their work and non-work lives. Bill is best known for his work on high performance work systems and their impact on employees and organisations. He has published in leading international journals and has acted as a consultant to national and international organisations including the ILO and the OECD.
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