Sage South Asia
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The field of Human Resource Development has emerged as one of the most dynamic and multifaceted areas of business and management in recent years. Yet despite the mosaic of topics, debates and approaches, existing textbooks often overlook important emerging topics within the field, and do little justice to the variety of strands involved in the study of HRD.
Human Resource Development: Theory and Practice aims to encourage students and academics out of their comfort zones by offering the first comprehensive overview that encompasses all the constituent components of HRD, allowing the reader to clearly separate concepts within the field and provide a meaningful basis for detailed discussion and debate.
This book serves as a comprehensive introductory text to the field of HRD, as well as an ideal platform for a more in-depth advanced study of the field. It is an invaluable resource for students of HRD, or any reader interested in how HRD can play a major role in oiling the gears of innovation within an organization.
Table of Contents
Foundations of Human Resource Development DAVID MCGUIRE
Assessing the Effectiveness of Training Solutions DAVID MCGUIRE
Evaluating Training Outcomes DAVID MCGUIRE
Performance Management and HRD DAVID MCGUIRE
Human Resource Accounting PETER CLEARY
Creativity and HRD ROBIN S GRENIER and DAVID MCGUIRE
Adult Learning Theories DAVID MCGUIRE
Workplace Learning and HRD ULLA TH?GERSEN and KENNETH M?LBJERG J?RGENSEN
Organizational Learning and HRD KENNETH M?LBJERG J?RGENSEN
Organizational Development and HRD LARS BO HENRIKSEN, DORTE SVEISTRUP and HANNE T ANDERSEN
Identity and HRD KENNETH M?LBJERG J?RGENSEN and LARS BO HENRIKSEN
Futures and Strategic Learning ? Strategy Narrative and Storytelling KENNETH M?LBJERG J?RGENSEN
Strategy Narrative and Storytelling
Leadership Development DAVID MCGUIRE
Diversity and HRD DAVID MCGUIRE
International HRD DAVID MCGUIRE
Reflections on HRD DAVID MCGUIRE