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date: 24 August 2019

(p. x) List of Figures

(p. x) List of Figures

  1. 3.1 Conceptual Model 98

  2. 4.1 Use and Learning Factors in the Knowledge–Cognition–Behavior Interrelationship 129

  3. 5.1 Structures and Substructures 156

  4. 10.1 Working Time and Working Activity 271

  5. 10.2 Human Capital and Knowledge Assets 272

  6. 10.3 Human Capital Accrual–Knowledge Assets Accrual 273

  7. 10.4 Human Capital Decrease–Knowledge Assets Accrual 275

  8. 10.5 Human Capital Accrual–Knowledge Assets Decrease 276

  9. 10.6 Human Capital Decrease–Knowledge Assets Decrease 277

  10. 11.1 Promises, Trust, and Commitment in the Psychological Contract 296

  11. 11.2 An Organization's HR Strategy as a Cluster of HR Systems 299

  12. 12.1 Human Capital Characteristics and Employment Modes 316

  13. 12.2 Percentage of New Hires from Various Recruitment Sources in Large US Organizations in 2006 318

  14. 12.3 Total Staffing Industry Sales, Including Temporary and Contract, and Search and Placement 321

  15. 13.1 HR Architectural Perspective 335

  16. 13.2 Relational Components of Organizational Learning 350

  17. 16.1 The Structural, Social, and Psychological Factors Influencing Interdependence 411

  18. 17.1 Contours of an Organizational Lifeworld 445

  19. 20.1 Interdependencies among People, Tasks, and Resources 504

  20. 20.2 Interdependencies among HR Support, Task Performance, and IS Support Activities 507

  21. 20.3 Resource Fit and Dependency Model 513

  22. 21.1 Activities Conducted to Create and Capture Value (Organized by Clusters of Dynamic Capabilities) 540

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  24. 22.1 Organizational and Population Processes 575

  25. 23.1 Human Capital Formation Regimes 601

  26. 23.2 The Liberal Human Capital Formation Regime 605

  27. 23.3 The Social Democratic Human Capital Formation Regime 606

  28. 23.4 The Christian Democratic Human Capital Formation Regime 607

  29. 24.1 Share of World Manufacturing 1750–1900 622

  30. 24.2 Global Distribution of Public Expenditure on Education by Region 628

  31. 24.3 Stages of Competitive Development 630

  32. 24.4 Location of Product Development for Notebook PCs 631

  33. 24.5 Leaping Techno-Economic Paradigms 633

  34. 24.6 The Shift from a Production Economy to a Knowledge Economy 639

  35. 24.7 Sectoral Comparison of GDP across Countries 2001 640

  36. 24.8 Leveraging Knowledge Assets through Clusters 641