The paper "Project-Based Organizations, Embeddedness, and Repositories of Knowledge by J. Sydow" is a delightful example of an article on human resources. One method of building on the information that we already have is through reviewing the works of the other practitioners in our field of study (Allen and Earl, 2010). This can be attained through the application of systematic approaches to acquiring, confirming, and developing on the information that is already contained. This allows the use of updated information when it comes to the actual field practice, for instance, when it comes to dealing with people’ s capabilities with the functional, strategic as well as project capabilities.
To attain this, it is important to engage in the application and review of the research findings related to the relevant field of study (Allen and Earl, 2010). This paper seeks to provide a critical review of people capable of project-based organizations. The aim of the critique is to develop a conceptual framework purposed to provide a body of information that increases the understanding of human resource management in organizations that are project-based. Generally, the aim of this paper is to distinguish the various types of evidence, strengths, and weaknesses of the author through the employment of appraisal tools.
The appraisal tools are deemed effective if they are evidenced by facts that justify the critique. Introduction It is apparent that the authors have provided an introduction that gives the reader an overview of people's capability reports of project-based organizations. The authors have clearly shown the objectives of the article, which are integrating project, based organizing, and human resource management. The introduction gives a comprehensive definition of the word human resource management.
A framework is also given to enhance people's develop the required knowledge about human resource management. In addition, the introduction clearly shows how the paper has been divided. It shows that the first two parts will focus on project-based organizations as a context for human resource management and address the identified challenges within the human resource management in such organizations. The second part will focus on the capabilities perspective of project-based firms while the last part will introduce a conceptual framework for the project-based organization’ s peoples’ capabilities.
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