||With Chief Human Resources Officers in Taiwanese-based Enterprises as the study of objects, this paper applies Mr. Feng-lee Lin’s (2009) “The Perspective of the Resource-building Mechanism” as the Theoretical framework, and researching into its functional management model in China.|
The purpose of this paper is to see if this position, CHO, can bring up efficiency in areas of individual, employee, and organizational performance management, and the efficiency as a whole as well.
Key figures were interviewed, secondary data were collected, applied, analyzed to get the following conclusions:
1. The functionalities of CHO in Taiwanese-based Enterprises in Mainland China
include: People management, Things management, and Self-management.
2.The key elements of management functions are professional knowledge, communication skill, and self-concept. The three react upon each other, and have causal relationship between them.
3. Due to the complexity in environment, regulations and policies, CHOs in Taiwanese-based Enterprises in mainland China face more challenges in inter-cultural management, enterprise management staff mobility, the uncertainty in effectiveness of enterprise performance management system and quantitative mechanism.