Warwick Model


Definition: the Warwick Model is a HRM framework developed by Hendry and Pettigrewat Warwick University in the early 1990s (hence the name "Warwick model"). It distinguishes five main elements, each with various sub-elements:
- Outer Context (macro environmental forces)
- Inner Context (firm specific or micro environmental forces)
- Business Strategy Context
- HRM Context
- HRM Content


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