| The definition was developed in late twentieth century; thereafter employee motivation and job satisfaction came under focus instead of mere rational administration. In present day world organizations all over the world are facing critical challenges and survival has been linked with the development of new capabilities. There is a need to find opportunities through these emerging challenges like globalization, change management, investment in human capital, growth etc. Human resource strategies can be used as a vibrant tool vital towards success. Strategic alignment of human capital can best be achieved through effective HR practices. Management of the human capital has assumed added significance after realization of the fact that people are assets of strategic importance. The concept of personnel management is no more relevant in the context after evolution of strategic concept of human resource management. After this paradigm shift of the emphasis human resource policies are being aligned with business strategies. According to resource-based view organizations can attain competitive advantage with the help of value created by them which is exceptional and perfectly inimitable Sources like economies of scale, technology, natural resources etc. are often considered vital towards achieving competitive advantage but resource based view states that these can be easily imitated. In this backdrop HR practices may prove to be a major cause of sustainable competitive advantage. Analyses of available literature on the subject provides critical insights and shows that HR practices if employed appropriately can prove to be a vibrant tool towards enhancing the level of organizational performance.
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