The Changing Patterns of Human Resource Development: Case Studies from the Developing World (Hardback)Farhad Analoui (editor)
Hardback Published: 11/04/2002
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Human Resource Development (HRD) arguably constitutes the most important aspect of managing resources at work. In this context, HRD has form some time played a significant role in Western business management. This volume focuses on the changing role of human resource management on an international spectrum and its implication for the role that HRD plays within organizations in developed and developing economies. Critically assessing HRD in the context of public and private organizations and NGOs based in SE Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Eastern Europe, the volume focuses on the role of managers as both influenced and influencing change agents who determine the future of HRD. It examines changing patterns of HRD in terms of orientation, initiatives, policies and practices, and explores the possibility of a more flexible and constructive approach to "gender" as women increasingly occupy more managerial and executive positions.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Weight: 541 g
Dimensions: 156 x 223 mm
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