Global Human Resource Development

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Prentice Hall, 1993 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
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Providing an overview of global human resource development as well as specific information about its various areas of concern, this new text outlines the latest competencies, practices, programs, and opportunities in this growing field. It looks at the foundations for global hrd, hrd practices and programs around the world, career opportunities in global hrd, and the future of global hrd. For human resources professionals.

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MICHAEL J. MARQUARDT is Professor of Human Resource Development and Program Director of Overseas Programs at George Washington University. A consultant and training specialist, he is also President of Global Learning Associates and Director of the Global Institute of Action Learning. One of the pioneers of "action learning" in the United States and around the world, he is an award-winning author of over 80 articles and 15 books in the fields of leadership, learning, globalization, and organizational change, including Building the Learning Organization (Academy of HRD book of the year), Action Learning in Action, Global Teams, and, with Peter Loan, HRD in the Age of Globalization.

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