Enterprise Systems and Organizational Issues in IS
Leading academics claim that the management of human resources will be most critical in gaining competitive advantage.Today, the human resources departments (HR) are transforming themselves from an administrative cost-center to an internalpartner delivering additional business value. In this transformation process, information technology (IT) could play a keyrole. Therefore, this paper aims to unfold both the current state of knowledge concerning the value contribution ofinformation systems (IS) for the HR function and approaches that go even beyond operational efficiency. Reviewing nearly8,000 articles, published in the proceedings of eight major IS conferences reveals that in total 35 articles exclusively dealwith the topic of human resources information systems (HRIS) but only very few research approaches show, how HRIScould help to go beyond operational efficiency. Furthermore, the literature analysis identifies that approaches dealing with theIT support for HR planning processes are completely missing so far.
Wirtky, Thomas; Eckhardt, Andreas; Laumer, Sven; Wild, Udo; and Weitzel, Tim, "Going beyond operational efficiency in HR using IT – A Literature Review of Human Resources Information Systems" (2011). AMCIS 2011 Proceedings - All Submissions. 289.