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Human Resource Management in the Project-Oriented Organization by Anne Keegan, Martina Huemann, Rodney Turner

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APPENDIX B

EVOLUTION OF THE HYPOTHESES

HYPOTHESES DECEMBER 2003

The following are the hypotheses proposed at the start of the previous research project, as described in Huemann et al. (2004a):

H1: Human resource management (HRM) is a core process of the project-oriented organization.

Project-oriented organizations use projects and programs to perform business processes. These are temporary organizations (Turner and Müller, 2003) that impact the human resource practice in the organization. Every time a new project or program is developed, the human configuration of the organization must change. Therefore, we expect HRM to be at the core of the project-oriented organization's management.

H2: There are differences between human resource management ...

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