Hoa Do

Hoa Do
Aston University · Aston Business School

PhD Management

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February 2022 - February 2022
Aston University
Position
  • Lecturer/Assistant Professor in HRM/OB
Education
October 2012 - January 2017
Aston University
Field of study
  • Management

Publications

Publications (23)
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The relationship between extrinsic rewards and creativity has been subject to ongoing debate within the human resource management and creativity literatures. More research on the mechanisms and boundary conditions has been called for. In this study, using 187 employee‐supervisor dyads in an electronics manufacturing company, we investigated how and...
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Drawing upon the resource-based and dynamic capability views (RBV and DCV, respectively), this study examines the underlying theoretical mechanism between resource-based management initiatives (RBMI) and the resilience and innovation of Vietnamese small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), taking account of potential boundary conditions. Using tim...
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Hybrid ownership—sharing partial business ownership with the state—is a new form of political connections that entrepreneurs in developing countries may employ to improve their access to key resources. This study investigates hybrid ownership as a strategic decision of entrepreneurs running small businesses in Vietnam—a transition economy. Utilisin...
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In this introduction we review the extant literature that demonstrate the importance of the Middle Eastern institutional and cultural context in shaping international business’s (IB) strategies and practices across several countries. Drawing on the literature, as well as the five articles included in this special issue, we (1) outline the state of...
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This study examines factors that influence firm forecasting regarding their labour expansion in Vietnam. Conventional wisdom has it that foreign-owned and large private firms make more accurate forecasts since they have more resources and experience than their smaller and state-owned counterparts. However, this study empirically shows that state-ow...
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In order to remain competitive, organisations need to ensure continuous measurement and improvement in their performances in all areas of business including financial, material, technical, and human resources. In this regard, scholars (e.g. Den Hartog, Boselie and Paauwe, 2004) have contended that the way in which the performance of human capital i...
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The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has emerged as a dynamically developing market with remarkable economic achievements. However, HRM research in this bloc seems to lag behind Western countries. We conduct a systematic literature review to examine the development of HRM in ASEAN in accordance with its historical and institutional at...
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The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has emerged as a dynamically developing market with remarkable economic achievements. However, HRM research in this bloc seems to lag behind Western countries. We conduct a systematic literature review to examine the development of HRM in ASEAN in accordance with its historical and institutional at...
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This study examines the interplay between high-performance work systems (HPWS) and the innovation of Vietnamese small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Our conceptual model relies on the componential theory of creativity along with HPWS, learning goal orientation (LGO), creativity and innovation to hypothesize both mediation and moderation mecha...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is to explore the effects of high-performance work systems (HPWS) on the performance of Vietnamese firms. It teases out the antecedents and effects of managers’ beliefs about why HPWS exist and are adopted within their firms, and also what effects HPWS practices have on their firm’s performance. Design/methodology...
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This article examines the interplay between high-performance work systems (HPWS) and the innovation of Vietnamese small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Our conceptual model relies on the componential theory of creativity along with HPWS, learning goal orientation (LGO), creativity and innovation to hypothesise both mediation and moderation mec...
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This study builds upon Schegloff's model as a template to investigate the phenomenon of how Vietnamese people perform their telephone openings. We use a corpus of 50 audio recordings of Vietnamese telephone openings to analyze such a phenomenon through both Conversation Analysis and Ethnography methods in order to capture the data in naturally-occu...
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ABSTRACT This research examines the relationship between innovation-led strategy and innovation-led HR policy (hereafter, management initiatives), and innovation performance. Our research model is theorised and tested in the Vietnamese context, based on servant leadership theory and componential theory of creativity. We draw upon constructs of mana...
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In this introductory article, we analyze developments in the field of human resource management (HRM) in multinational corporations (MNCs) from the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa). We do this in terms of conceptual models, theoretical frameworks, empirical studies, research designs and MNC settings, with a view to s...
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THESIS SUMMARY Despite the plethora of research scrutinising the role of high performance work systems (HPWS) in enhancing organisational performance, there is little consensus about the structure of these systems and processes underlying its relationship to organisational and individual outcomes. This research therefore advances the existing liter...
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This research examines the relationship between innovation-led strategy and innovation-led HR policy (hereafter, management initiatives), and innovation performance. Our research model is theorised and tested in the Vietnamese context, based on servant leadership theory and componential theory of creativity. We draw upon constructs of management in...
Conference Paper
Despite the recognized role of High-Performance Work Systems (hereafter, HPWS) in the strategic HRM literature, research on the linkages between HPWS and organizational performance is far from conclusive. To address the calls for further understanding of such linkages, we develop a multilevel model of universal HR practices as well as Vietnam-speci...

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