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Approche stratégique de formation du personnel local au sein des ONG internationales dans un contexte incertain : cas du Burundi
Hakizumukama, Alexis mailto [Université de Liège > HEC-Ecole de gestion : UER > Gestion des ressources hum. et management des organisations >]
Actes des Rencontres Internationales sur la Diversité
12èmes Rencontres Internationales sur la Diversité
29 et 30 Septembre 2016
Groupe Sup Co
La Rochelle
[fr] formation, stratégie de GRH ; régulation sociale, ONG ; contexte incertain
[en] The human resources management issues is a major challenge for the current and future international organizations, especially those of the non merchant sector, as the environmental context in which they operate is changing more and more quickly. Thus, beyond the mobilization and the gradual professionalization of volunteers to adapt their contribution to the missions of NGOs, these organizations are also experiencing a real need for personnel able to adapt without too much difficulty, the complexity of the local context whose evolution often proves unpredictable. But this labor, multiple and high skills, is often scarce on the local labor market. This finding essentially explains the presence of expatriates who work daily alongside local employees who may be employees and volunteers, and whose management requires a sufficiently coherent strategy with organizational goals and interests of these stakeholders.
HRM strategy implementation within the subsidiaries shall submit their leaders to multiple challenges brought by a set of actors focused on different and even divergent interests. The model and HRM practices in any organization, reflect the dominant HRM strategy. During our research, we pay special attention to the evolution of HRM models (Pichault and Nizet, 2013) and strategy implemented in the training of local personnel by subsidiaries studied by relying on the theory of social regulation (Reynaud, 1997, 1999). The conclusions of our work indicate that the development of HRM strategy following a joint regulatory process appears best suited to international NGOs working in uncertain environment.
Etudes sur le Genre et la Diversité en Gestion - EgiD
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