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Human Resource Development : HRD-IR Interface Approach

Sanjeev Kumar Singh

Published by Atlantic, New Delhi, 2008
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Contents Foreword. Acknowledgement. 1. Human Resource Development climate interventions and challenges. 2. Human Resource Development and liberalisation of Indian economy. 3. HRM and HRD interventions and achievements in select Indian companies. 4. Quality management and HRD. 5. Human Resource Development for workers. 6. Human resource planning. 7. Human resource development and management of stress. 8. Training and development. 9. Managing change. 10. HRD climate and OCTAPACE culture. 11. Building your subordinates. 12. Human relations in organizations. 13. Assessment of men. 14. Behaviour of the leader. 15. Changing attitudes. 16. Conference leadership. 17. Industrial relations. 18. Trade union and collective bargaining. 19. Labour welfare. 20. Workers participation in management. 21. Disciplinary proceedings domestic inquiries and grievance procedure. 22. Industrial Disputes Act 1947. 23. The Trade Unions Act 1926. 24. The Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1946. Appendices i. Notice under the Industrial Disputes Act 1947. ii. Notice under the Trade Unions Act 1926. iii. Notice under the Industrial Employment (Standing Orders) Act 1946. iv. Notice under the Mines Act 1952. Bibliography. Index. Human Resource Development is the result of several years of pioneering research on the subject with a mission to providing the reader with comprehensive understanding of Human Resource Development (HRD). It aims at apprising the readers of HRD's conceptual framework including interpretations interventions climate strategies achievements research parameters etc. so that they fully comprehend the multifaceted dimensions of HRD as well as the emerging patterns of HRD IR interface in its true spirit. It analyses the problems faced by different organizations in developing their human resources and provides effective solutions. It also reflects the depth of understanding of human beings as individuals as well as members of a group assigned with certain tasks to be performed. The book would be of immense value to the modern corporate world which believes in the basic philosophy of achieving good results and effecting the desired changes through trained and motivated human resources. In addition it will cater to the needs of personnel and industrial relations managers training managers HRD professionals line managers of industries management consultants entrepreneurs industrialists and research scholars. 234 pp. Bookseller Inventory # 67699

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Title: Human Resource Development : HRD-IR ...

Publisher: Atlantic, New Delhi

Publication Date: 2008

Binding: Hardbound

Book Condition:As New

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