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研究生: 劉文南
研究生(外文): Luu Van Nam
論文名稱: Improvement Quality of IT Human Resource in the Department of Information and Communication of Haiphong City, Vietnam
論文名稱(外文): Improvement Quality of IT Human Resource in the Department of Information and Communication of Haiphong City, Vietnam
指導教授: 張鐸
學位類別: 碩士
校院名稱: 樹德科技大學
系所名稱: 資訊管理系碩士班
論文出版年: 100
畢業學年度: 99
語文別: 英文
論文頁數: 62
中文關鍵詞: human resource managementhuman resource strategies and planninghuman resource performance appraisal
外文關鍵詞: human resource managementhuman resource strategies and planninghuman resource performance appraisal
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Human resource management (HRM) function includes many activities, and important among them is deciding what staffing needs you have and whether to use officers and employees on these needs, recruiting and training staff and employees on the best information technology, ensuring they are high performers, dealing with performance problems, and ensuring your personnel and management practices consistent with different rules
This research is on successful factors of human resources management in the Department of Information and Communications of Haiphong city, Vietnam. The study evaluated the relationship between human resource management and performance has been generated by the high commitment or high participation models. It is proposed that future work should abandon the dominant approach of testing a single null hypothesis testing, and instead of competing models of HRM performance relationship.

Human resource management (HRM) function includes many activities, and important among them is deciding what staffing needs you have and whether to use officers and employees on these needs, recruiting and training staff and employees on the best information technology, ensuring they are high performers, dealing with performance problems, and ensuring your personnel and management practices consistent with different rules
This research is on successful factors of human resources management in the Department of Information and Communications of Haiphong city, Vietnam. The study evaluated the relationship between human resource management and performance has been generated by the high commitment or high participation models. It is proposed that future work should abandon the dominant approach of testing a single null hypothesis testing, and instead of competing models of HRM performance relationship.

ABSTRACT  i
Acknowledgments  ii
Table of Contents  iii
List of Tables  vi
List of Figures  vii
Chapter 1 Introduction  1
1.1. Research background  1
1.2. Research motivation  3
1.3. Research purpose and research question  4
1.4. Research limitations  6
Chapter 2 Literature Review  7
2.1. Human resources management  7
2.2. An integrative characterization of human resources management  7
2.2.1. Human resource selection  8
2.2.2. Human resource training and development  8
2.2.3. Human resource recruitment  9
2.2.4. Human resource compensation  9
2.3. Historical Background of human resources management  10
2.4. Current status of information technology human resources of Haiphong city  14
2.4.1. Human resources information technology in the agencies of the Haiphong city  14
2.4.2. Human resources information technology in enterprises  16
2.4.3. Human resources for industrial development of information technology  17
Chapter 3 Research Methodology  19
3.1. Research approach  19
3.2. Research design and framework  20
3.3. Research hypotheses and research questions  21
3.4. Research methods  22
3.4.1. Population and sampling  23
3.4.2. Instrument design  23
3.5. Research procedure  23
Chapter 4 Research Analysis  26
4.1. Descriptive analysis and sample demographic  26
4.2. Reliability analysis  27
4.3. T-Test  28
4.4. ANOVA Test  29
4.5. Factor analysis  30
4.6. Regression analysis  34
4.6.1. Linear regression analysis for testing hypothesis H1  34
4.6.2. Linear regression analysis for testing hypothesis H2  35
4.6.3. Linear regression analysis for testing hypothesis H3  36
4.6.4. Linear Regression Analysis for testing hypothesis H4  37
4.6.5. Linear Regression Analysis for testing hypotheses H5  38
4.6.6. Linear Regression Analysis for testing hypothesis H6  39
Chapter 5 Conclusions and Suggestions  42
5.1. Conclusions  42
5.2. Contributions and implications  45
5.3. Research limitations  45
5.4. Future research suggestions  46
References  47
APPENDIX A – Questionnaires  54

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