Principles of Human Resource Development

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Basic Books, 2002 - Business & Economics - 482 pages
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In this fully revised and updated edition of Principles of Human Resource Development, the authors present a rigorous and comprehensive overview of the theory and practice of HRD. They provide the building blocks of human resource development and illustrate the relationships among all the components that constitute the field. Showcasing the various roles and practices of HRD-including organizational learning, instructional design, program planning and evaluation, and internal consulting-they identify concrete ways to improve the HRD practice in order to raise its visibility and enhance its credibility within the organization. An all-in-one resource, this book will be indispensable for educators, students, and human resource professionals alike.
 

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It's a good book to read.
Give me an insight to learn about human resources development, especially about career development.
I wish I have this book completely. because, I just read part of this book on internet.
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Contents

Individual Development
27
Career Development
57
Performance Management
97
Organizational Development
137
Learning Agents Instructional Designers
163
Instructional Designers
170
Competencies of Instructional Designers
178
Conclusion
185
Instructional Design
299
Learning Acquisition
319
Learning Transfer
351
Evaluation
381
Strategic Business Partnership
407
Positioning HRD Within Organizations
439
References
465
Index
475

HRD Leaders
219
Analysis
251

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Jerry W. Gilley is an associate professor in organizational and human resource development at Iowa State University and was formerly the director of organizational and executive development for William M. Mercer, Inc. He lives in Ames, Iowa. Jerry W. Gilley is professor in human resource development at Colorado State University. Ann Maycunich is an instructor of HRD at Colorado State University. Co-authors of several books, their latest collaboration, Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change, won the Academy of Human Resource Development's book of the year award in 2000. Other books include Strategically Integrated HRD, The Performance Challenge, and Beyond the Learning Organization. They live in Fort Collins, Colorado. Steven A. Eggland is a professor of vocational education at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln. He has written several books on the field of HRD. Ann Maycunich Gilley is Vice President of Trilogy Consulting Group, a performance consulting firm, and a faculty member at Colorado State University, where she teaches courses in strategy, strategic management, consulting, and communications. She is co-author of numerous books, including The Performance Challenge, Beyond the Learning Organization and Organizational Learning, Performance, and Change. She lives in Fort Collins, Colorado.

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