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Employee development / Rosemary Harrison.

By: Harrison, Rosemary.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: People and organisations: Publisher: London: Hyperion Books, 1997Description: 488 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 085292657X; 9780852926574.Subject(s): Personnel & human resources management | Employees | Human Resources & Personnel ManagementDDC classification: 658.3124 Online resources: Amazon.com | Amazon customer reviews Summary: Written by the author of "Employee Development", this text examines the role of HRD and its direction into the next century. After setting vocational education and training in its national and international context, it examines the organizational context and the new challenges facing ED. The book provides students with a framework for undersanding how HRD professionals: formulate and implement an ED strategy; identify learning needs; gain the commitment of top management; design and deliver training; evaluate outcomes; respond to the needs of special groups and develop managerial capability; and achieve individual and organizational growth through careful career development planning. The text is reinforced with topical case studies and self-checks which should help students develop their analytical and diagnostic skills.
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Books The MUA Library South C campus
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HF 5549.2 .F37 1997 (Browse shelf) 1 Available 1998-0230
Books The MUA Library South C campus
- Open Collection
HF 5549.2 .F37 1997 (Browse shelf) 2 Available 1998-0231

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Written by the author of "Employee Development", this text examines the role of HRD and its direction into the next century. After setting vocational education and training in its national and international context, it examines the organizational context and the new challenges facing ED. The book provides students with a framework for undersanding how HRD professionals: formulate and implement an ED strategy; identify learning needs; gain the commitment of top management; design and deliver training; evaluate outcomes; respond to the needs of special groups and develop managerial capability; and achieve individual and organizational growth through careful career development planning. The text is reinforced with topical case studies and self-checks which should help students develop their analytical and diagnostic skills.

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