ISBN-10:
1118458036
ISBN-13:
9781118458037
Pub. Date:
08/18/2014
Publisher:
Wiley
Advancing Human Resource Project Management / Edition 1

Advancing Human Resource Project Management / Edition 1

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ISBN-13: 9781118458037
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 08/18/2014
Series: J-B SIOP Professional Practice Series
Pages: 592
Product dimensions: 6.40(w) x 9.10(h) x 1.90(d)

About the Author

RICHARD J. KLIMOSKI, Ph.D., holds a dual appointment asboth Professor of Psychology and Professor of Management in theSchool of Management at George Mason University. He co-authoredResearch Companion to the Dysfunctional Workplace: ManagementChallenges and Symptoms.

BEVERLY A. DUGAN, Ph.D., recently retired from the HumanResources Research Organization, where she was a Vice President andDivision Director. She is currently an independent consultant witha focus on leadership and organizational development.

CARLA MESSIKOMER, Ph.D., is Manager, Academic Resourcesat the Project Management Institute, where she directs theorganization’s sponsored research program.

FRANÇOIS CHIOCCHIO, Ph.D., is OrganisationalBehaviour and Human Resource Management professor at University ofOttawa’s Telfer School of Management. Dr. Chiocchio iscertified as a Project Management Professional.

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Table of Contents

List of Tables and Figures xiii

Foreword xvii

About the Editors xxi

About the Contributors xxiii

1 Introduction 1
Richard J. Klimoski, Beverly A. Dugan, Carla Messikomer, andFrançois Chiocchio

Section One: Case Studies: Context Matters 15

2 Redesigning Microsoft’s High Potential DevelopmentExperience 17
Shannon Wallis

3 Litigation-Driven Human Resource Management Changes 48
Suzanne Tsacoumis and Michelle Davis King

4 Project A: Five Keys to Management and Scientific Success73
Michael G. Rumsey and Paul A. Gade

5 Managing Critical Assessment and Development Components of aGlobal Leadership Development Program 105
Robin Cohen, Lisa Littrell, Seymour Adler, and LorraineStomski

Section Two: Fundamentals: Transferable Wisdom 133

6 Preparing for an HR Project 135
Ren Nygren and Scott Erker

7 Project Initiation 152
Reid Klion and Julia Bayless

8 Planning and Organizing 178
Monique Aubry

9 Effective HR Project Execution: Understanding Project, Team,and Stakeholder Issues 206
Peter A. Hausdorf, Stephen D. Risavy, and Philip E.Hunter

10 Contracts Administration for HR Practitioners 238
Macie Paynter, Kerri Ferstl, and Ryan O’Leary

11 Maintaining Security 271
Lucas Kuhlmann

Section Three: Applications: Strategic Issues 291

12 Managing in a Global Environment 293
Terry Cooke-Davies

13 The Development of Project Management Skills 313
Beverly A. Dugan

14 Leading and Managing Projects: Insights from the HR Quadriad350
Karin Bredin and Jonas Söderlund

15 Toward a Comprehensive Project Stakeholder ManagementApproach for HR Projects 383
Martina Huemann and Dagmar Zuchi

16 The Four Cs of Human Resource Project Teams: Context,Configuration, Cycles, and Challenges 425
François Chiocchio and Peter A. Hausdorf

17 Knowledge Management in the Project Context: What It Meansfor HR Projects 467
François Chiocchio, Carla Messikomer, and ChristianDagenais

18 Ethics and Governance in the Temporary Organization 489
Ralf Müller

Section Four: Conclusion 513

19 HR Project Cases, Fundamentals and Applications: LessonsLearned and Other Advancements 515
Richard J. Klimoski, Beverly A. Dugan, Carla Messikomer, andFrançois Chiocchio

Name Index 532

Subject Index 541

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