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  • Author(s)Uday Kumar Haldar
  • Edition
  • Published26th March 2009
  • PublisherOxford University Press India
  • ISBN9780195698718
  • University course codes
Human Resource Development is a comprehensive syllabus oriented textbook designed to meet the requirements of MBA/ PGDM students. Written in a student friendly style, it focuses on theoretical fundamentals, mechanisms and instruments and applications of HRD based on industry experience and academic research by the author. The book opens with an introduction to organization and people, leadership, vision, performance and develops the
concept of human resource development. It explains topics such as competency mapping and Professional development (Coaching, Mentoring, Training and Counseling). The book elaborates training and development,
which is one of the most important components of HRD, and reward and renewal systems. Contemporary topics such as HRD audit, knowledge management, technology in HRD are explored. There is a discussion on the qualitative implications of HRD and its linkage with quality of work life. The book closes with an elucidation of HR research. The book would also serve as a handy reference book for HR practitioners to achieve excellence in organizations through human resource
development
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