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

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CHAPTER 8

CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

In this chapter we present our overall conclusions and our final set of hypotheses. We then analyze these findings and discuss the implications for organizations, projects and people. Next, we suggest an ideal model for HRM in the project-oriented organization. We do not suggest that this reflects reality in any one of the organizations we interviewed or conducted a case study, but it is our construct of how we believe HRM should ideally operate in a project-oriented organization. However, we do not offer this as the final answer, and so the last section suggests where further research might be done.

FINAL HYPOTHESES

The final set of hypotheses in this research project was developed at the end of ...

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