A Theoretical Structure for Strategic Human Resource Management in Project Oriented Manufactures

Mehran ALAEI, Parisa Shahnazari SHAHREZAEI
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Abstract


Abstract. Some of the manufacturers produce equipment for infrastructure projects as for oil, gas and energy projects. These kinds of manufacturers should manage their efforts based on production management and project management practices. One of the management areas is human resource that can play an important role to gain a competitive advantage for the company. Project oriented manufactures should manage their human resource in a strategic approach and should align their human resource strategies with the business strategies. This paper discusses a theoretical structure to align and manage human resource efforts such as designing work, selecting, motivating, training, managing performance, retention and developing career for the employees based on the business strategies to gain a competitive advantage for the company.


Keywords


Organizational Strategy, Human Resource Strategy, Human resource management

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