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High-performance work systems in a cross-cultural context: a comparison between Sweden and Brazil. In: Richard Brunet-Thornton (Ed.).
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High-performance work systems in a cross-cultural context: a comparison between Sweden and Brazil. In: Richard Brunet-Thornton (Ed.).

2.020 Pennsylvania : IGI Global,  2020. Examining cultural perspectives in a globalized world. cap. 10, p. 238-266.   BANISKI, Gislaine Martinelli;  REIS, Rosana Silveira;  FERNANDES, Bruno Henrique Rocha;  PUPO, Fabricio Palermo. Capítulo de Livro   BANISKI, Gislaine Martinelli;  REIS, Rosana Silveira;  FERNANDES, Bruno Henrique Rocha;  PUPO, Fabricio Palermo. The strategic human resource management field has increased the contributions, comparing cross-cultural aspects, mainly involving the East and West cultures, but there is a gap regarding on knowing how the implementation practices impacts and how they are impacted by cultural differences. Through a qualitative contribution, this research was developed in a multinational company in Sweden with a subsidiary in Brazil. The focus is to answer the questions: How high performance work systems are applied in different cultural contexts? How do cultural dimensions affect high-performance work systems’ adaptation? The findings have shown that strong organizational cultures could overlap country differences, but adaptations could allow innovative exchanges and raise employee commitment and participation. Highperformance work systems are practices that could be used in cross-cultural territories, but not without considering cultural and local adaptations. After institutionalized, the local adaptation could be able to enlarge organizational performance Inglês