The impact of project-based organization on competence management practices: Case of Tunisian Companies
Mohamed Ali Hedhili and
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Mohamed Ali Hedhili: Faculty of Economics and Management of Sfax, Tunisia
Sami Boudabbous: Faculty of Economics and Management of Sfax, Tunisia
International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science (2147-4478), 2020, vol. 9, issue 2, 177-191
The present article aimed at studying the relationship between project-based organization and competence management practices (recruitment, assessment, training, compensation and career management). The central question of our research is formulated as follows: To what extent does project-based organization influence competence management practices? To answer this question, we adopted a quantitative study. A total of 156 Tunisian project managers participated in our survey. We tested our hypotheses through a linear regression analysis. The results show that the majority of competence management practices, namely recruitment, evaluation and training, are more relevant to project-based organizations and thus the three first hypotheses are confirmed. However, other practices, like remuneration and career management, are insensitive to project activities. Key Words:Project-based organization, Competence Management pratices, Recruitment, Assessment, Training Compensation, Career Management
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