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Self-help & personal development
Training programmes are directed toward maintaining and improving current job performance, while development programmes seek to develop competencies for future roles. In the new millennium, the knowledge revolution has brought tremendous changes in information technology. The training inputs cannot remain constant because of the dynamic pace of change. Obsolescence will occur fast as there will be a constant gap between the job requirements and the individual's capabilities. As such there is need of greater emphasis on acquinting the trainers and HRD professionals with the emerging approaches and concepts. Trainign and developmetn activity both in terms of quanitity and quality will need to be augmented. In order to fulfil the needs of curriculum of increasing managemtn students, trainees, and trainers, this text has been attempted for Indian conditions.
About Author :
S.K.Bhatia is a professional consultant in Human Resource Management, trainer, counsellor and author. He is a corporate trainer and conducts workshops and need-based training programmes on Human Resource Development for public and private sector organisations. he is senior faculty for MBA and Post-graduate Diploma in Personnel Management in various Business Management institutions. He is "Accredited Management Teacher" by All India Management Association, New Delhi.
He has over four decades of experience as practitioner in HRM, Industrial Relations, Training, Organisation Development etc. He has been associated with the establishing of Human Resource and IR function in factories/units and has been involved in formulation, co-ordination and implementation of these policies, in senior positions as Addl. General Manager, BHEL and as Director, Personnel, Oil India Ltd.
Training and Development-Perspective
The Training Methods
Organisation Development Interventions
Emerging Developments in Training
HRM and HRD
Training Designs for Specific Areas
Glossary of Terms