ADAPTING HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TO THE MULTI-PROJECT ENVIRONMENT

Vyara Slavyanska

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The article examines the specific characteristics of the multiproject organization as a natural environment of the project management, emphasizing the problems connected with the management of personnel with the purpose to prove the necessity of adapting the human resource management to this context. Possible solutions for changing the content and structure of this system are formulated, accordingly to its ability to solve the identified problems.

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