Управление человеческими ресурсами в проектно ориентированной компании: нераскрытая тема (часть 1) 
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Проектно ориентированная компания;
Управление человеческими ресурсами в проектно ориентированной компании — пренебрегаемая тема в литературе;
Практики управления человеческими ресурсами в проектно ориентированной компании;

Ключевые слова: управление человеческими ресурсами, проектно ориентированная компания, методы управления, проект, развитие работников


Цель статьи — расширить представление читателей об управлении человеческими ресурсами в проектно ориентированных компаниях. Дается обзор литературы по управлению человеческими ресурсами, и описаны методы, используемые в проектно ориентированных организациях. Сделан вывод, что таким организациям необходимо адаптировать существующие практики и внедрять дополнительные методы управления применительно к проектному окружению.

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Тернер Дж. Родни

Профессор высшей школы ESI, вице-президент Ассоциации управления проектами Великобритании, экс-президент Международной ассоциации управления проектами.

Лилль, Франция

В прошлом директор по управлению проектами в Колледже управления Henley и консультант Coopers and Lybrand. Имеет широкий и многообразный опыт проектно-ориентированного управления как на теоретическом, так и на практическом уровнях.

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