Vol 7 No 1 (2020)
Articles

Recruitment and Evaluation Practices at the Service of Project-Based Organization and Competence Management: Case of Tunisian Companies

Mohamed Ali Hedhili
Doctor of Management, University of Sfax, Faculty of Economics and Management, Tunisia.
Sami Boudabbous
Professor of Management University of Sfax, Faculty of Economics and Management, Tunisia.
Published March 25, 2020
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Keywords
  • Project-based organization, Competence management, Human resource management, Recruitment, Evaluation, Qualitative research.
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Hedhili, M. A., & Boudabbous, S. (2020). Recruitment and Evaluation Practices at the Service of Project-Based Organization and Competence Management: Case of Tunisian Companies. Asian Journal of Social Sciences and Management Studies, 7(1). https://doi.org/10.20448/journal.500.2020.71.17.24

Abstract

In recent years, the globalization of markets, the intensity of competition and the evolution of technology have forced companies to rationalize their management practices. Two main consequences arise: First, the emergence of new forms of organization, in particular project-based organization (PBO), denouncing the principles of scientific management. Second, the emergence of competence management has become an essential factor in the modernization of human resources management. This study aimed to understand how the relationship between PBO and competence management is effectively achieved. To this end, a qualitative research was conducted within Tunisian companies operating in different sectors of activity. The results show that recruitment and evaluation are two essential practices at the service of PBO and competence management. The results provide managers with a better understanding of the competence management in the PBOs.

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