Successful Applications Of Hrd-Case Studies Of Indian Organisations
In recent years concern for development of human resources in organisations has increased for two compelling business reasons. One, involvement of employees is essential for improving the quality of the product and the reduction in cost. These considerations are necessary for an organisation to survive in a competitive market situation. Two, upgradation of technology needs continuous improvement in skills of people and this aspect again requires voluntary cooperation of employees. In India some organisations have succeeded in their HRD initiatives, and some have derived limited, if any, benefit from such initiatives. Five well recognised researchers in the area of human development have studied in detail how organisations that are recognised and rewarded for their HRD initiative have succeeded. How do they conceptualise HRD, how do they operationalise ideas into policy, programmes and practices, how do they assess and develop initiatives and how do their employees react to their HRD approaches. The book contains detailed case studies of five organisations and generalisations from these cases that could be useful for other organisations which feel the need to take HRD initiatives, or review their programmes. The book would be useful for practicing managers, teachers and students of managements.
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