The Introduction of HR Knowledge Exchange System and Expert Network In Hungarian Civil Service To Support The Reorganisation of Personnel Management

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Published Jul 15, 2020
Zoltán Hazafi Nikolett Pintér

Abstract

The development of the Hungarian Public Administration’s personnel management has been deeply impacted by the on-going global reinterpretation of the general role and significance of HR in government departments, and by the simultaneous paradigm shift in civil service.

Meaning, that on the one hand Human Resources Management has become a strategic partner to leadership in human-oriented organisational development. It is able to aid the interpretation of challenges and the aim of policy reforms, planning, execution and evaluation of changes, impact assessment and reporting.

On the other hand, organisational decision-making has been gaining significance, while at the same time, the centralized legal regulation has become less relevant in HRM does questions due to the deregulation of human resources management in civil service.. This tendency puts a higher emphasis on HR Knowledge Exchange Systems and knowledge-sharing methods.

The HR Knowledge Exchange System and Expert Network plans with the aim of providing online and offline support to HR professionals in public administration in order to improve their HR knowledge and competencies of both offline (project-based events) and online (via Online Forum) professional communities.

Combined, the HR Knowledge Exchange System and Expert Network provides support to HR professionals primarily through granting access to an online academic research database with upto- date content, forum discussions as well as face-to-face counselling in a way that fits the requirements of the current tendencies of the reorganisation process of HR functions. It also contributes to the implementation of the ‘Healthy Organisation Model’ in practice.

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Hazafi, Zoltán, and Nikolett Pintér. 2020. “The Introduction of HR Knowledge Exchange System and Expert Network In Hungarian Civil Service To Support The Reorganisation of Personnel Management”. Central and Eastern European EDem and EGov Days 338 (July):67-79. https://doi.org/10.24989/ocg.v.338.5.

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