This paper proposes a domain model comprising a static model, dynamic model and scenario generation method for providing a foundation for motivation-based human resource management. One of the main concerns of managers when establishing a management method in an organization, is the individual members' motivation for the method. It is, however, difficult to manage the members' motivation, because the human resource is very complicated. We therefore, propose a domain model by applying Lawler's motivation model. Using this model, we analyze an actual example of successfully establishing CCPM (Critical Chain Project Management) in a company. We discuss primarily the stability of states, motivation, understanding of individuals' roles and their relationship.