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Macmillan Higher Education

Human Resource Development (3rd Edition)

Foundations, Process, Context

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Palgrave

Pages: 456
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Paperback - 9780230247109

15 October 2011

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Ebook - 9780230344648

04 October 2011

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Human Resource Development, 3rd edition, provides a complete and integrated introduction to the processes, practices and perspectives of HRD in the workplace from a theory and practice perspective. Various aspects of HRD at...

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Human Resource Development, 3rd edition, provides a complete and integrated introduction to the processes, practices and perspectives of HRD in the workplace from a theory and practice perspective. Various aspects of HRD at work are explored through case studies; encouraging the student to link the practicalities of HRD with academic analysis.

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Accessible introduction to the importance of HRD in organisations
Strong theoretical underpinning and integrated links to practice
Explores international HRD
Broad topic coverage of fundamental and contemporary themes

Introduction to Human Resource Development
PART I: PROCESS
HRD Needs: People, Work and Organisations
Designing for HRD: Principle and Applications
Managing Workplace HRD in Action
HRD Quality: Reviewing and Evaluating
HRD and Theory
PART II: PRACTICES
HRD Strategies: Systems, Roles and Outcomes
Development Partnerships: Coaching and Mentoring
Learning in Groups
Technology Change and HRD
HRD Provider Organisations
PART III: PERSPECTIVES
Workplace HRD and Public Policy
Knowledge Management and Communities of Practice
Diversity Themes and HRD
Strategic HRD
Looking Ahead
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STEPHEN GIBB is Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Strathclyde Business School, UK.

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STEPHEN GIBB is Senior Lecturer in Human Resource Management at the University of Strathclyde Business School, UK.

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