HRD: international perspectives on development and learning
A blend of international HRD perspectives integrating learning and work, the balance between on- and off-site training, the implications of the flattening out of organizations, the increased involvement of line managers and more.
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A Diagnostic Human Framework
Development of Management Capacity in the Public Service
Organizational Adaptation and the Role of Training
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