عنوان مقاله [English]
According to the resource-based approach, many researchers testify that human resource management is one of the most important process of maintaining the competitive advantage of the organizations. Given the increasing pace of environmental changes, organizations cannot rely on their present advantages to guarantee their success in the future. Concerning the role of human resource in maintaining and enhancing the competitive capabilities of organizations, along with the importance of human resource management as the most important basis for ambidextrous organizations, managers are supposed to have a specific framework and proper programs for employing this important resource. This research is aimed at providing a human resource management framework for ambidextrous organizations. The research is a case study whose data is analyzed on the basis of thematic analysis. The data collection tool includes a semi-structured interview containing 18 experts in human resource from the surveyed organization selected through purposeful and snowball sampling method. According to the findings of the research, and based on the theme analysis, 47 components are proposed for the framework of human resource management of ambidextrous organizations, as well as 27 components for the framework of human resource management for contextual ambidextrous organizations.
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