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Resolution of Relationship between Organizational Performance and Human Resource Management through Nonlinear Modeling

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The relation between the HRM and the firm performance is analyzed statistically by many researchers in the literature. However, there are very few nonlinear approaches in literature for finding the relation between Human Resource Management (FIRM) and firm performance. This paper exposes the relationship between human resource management and organizational performance through the use of nonlinear modeling technique. The modeling is proposed based on Radial Basis Function (RBF) which is nonlinear modeling technique in literature. The relation between 12 input and 9 output parameters is investigated in this research that is collected between 54 companies in Turkey which indicated that the relationship between organizational management performance and relationship management can be modelled through nonlinearly.

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Akkaya, M. , Agdelen, Z. , Haydar, A. and Sari, A. (2015) Resolution of Relationship between Organizational Performance and Human Resource Management through Nonlinear Modeling. International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences, 8, 510-522. doi: 10.4236/ijcns.2015.812046.

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