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Compilation Of An Econometric Human Resource Efficiency Model For Project Management Best Practices

G. van Zyl, P. Venier
SA Journal of Human Resource Management | Vol 4, No 3 | a96 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.4102/sajhrm.v4i3.96 | © 2006 G. van Zyl, P. Venier | This work is licensed under CC Attribution 4.0
Submitted: 06 November 2006 | Published: 06 November 2006

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G. van Zyl, University of Johannesburg., South Africa
P. Venier, University of Johannesburg., South Africa

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The aim of the paper is to introduce a human resource efficiency model in order to rank the most important human resource driving forces for project management best practices. The results of the model will demonstrate how the human resource component of project management acts as the primary function to enhance organizational performance, codified through improved logical end-state programmes, work ethics and process contributions. Given the hypothesis that project management best practices involve significant human resource and organizational changes, one would reasonably expect this process to influence and resonate throughout all the dimensions of an organisation.


Project management; efficiency; Econometric modelling


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